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That's pretty restrained; the jacket's right patch pocket isn't even contrasting. [/sarcasm]
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BB calls this "fun". LOL

Well... we're having fun with it right now, so...
post #54693 of 78724
Bit of flannel and knit tie action today.





Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt Cottonwork
Tie: Henry Carter Black knit
Shoes: Meermin
PS: Henry Carter White Irish linen
post #54694 of 78724
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BB calls this "f@cking stupid looking". LOL

muuuuuch better.
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excellent look, HC.
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Asked to visit a school near the coast to do some teaching on a hot summer's day...

 

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... means there's the opportunity to slope off to a local beach at the end of the day, losing the jacket & tie for a very British seaside paddle...

 

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All that's missing is a knotted handkerchief on my head. laugh.gif

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Hard to get good fotos with my cam under artificial light


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Don, a lot of people with wider frames don't try to practice dressing well due to them thinking they don't look good due to the shilouette. That's what I've come to believe. Way to prove them wrong, very wrong.

 

Hope that's taken as a compliment, as it's meant to be.

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BB calls this "fun". LOL

BB? As in Brooks Brothers?

Is this real?
post #54699 of 78724
It's probably Brooks Brothers Black Fleece, which I believe is designed by Thom Browne.
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It's probably Brooks Brothers Black Fleece, which I believe is designed by Thom Browne.


I had never heard of Black Fleece.

Went to their web site. There is some truly awful stuff there:



post #54701 of 78724
Lighten up.

BB calls it fun because it references their "fun shirts" which were patched together from a bunch of different fabrics. You guys sound like no fun.
post #54702 of 78724
I AM LOTS OF FUN, BABY!!!

and im all for fun shirts, but those suits are purty turrble, shoremeister.
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how do they run sizing wise?

Uniqlo doesn't sell them anymore.  They are regular fit as opposed to Uniqlo's slim fit.  They still sell a vintage chino in regular fit, but I find that these are more refined than the vintage chino.  

 

The sizing is even and odd waist sizes with inseams that are usually 34 and over.  They do free hemming, but I took mine to my tailor because Uniqlo doesn't do cuffs surprisingly.  

 

I find their slim fit pants too slim.  The slim fit also have spandex in them which I despise.  The colors are nice though.  

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BB calls this "fun". LOL

I'm not going to pretend that I don't love this.  I do.  I'm 95% sure I would never wear this as a suit, but as separates I might fool with this.  Cost too much anyway.  

post #54705 of 78724
this suit has the potential to be one of the best lookin examples of zegna I've seen--

to my eye, if you were to shorten sleeves slightly to expose 1/4" of shirt, slim sleeves ever so slightly/ fingertip pinch, and slim pantlegs a touch, you've got a f*cking winner here.
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Today's outfit.

Suit - Zegna
Shirt - Eton
Tie - Rosen (decidedly not SF-approved, I know)
PS - Zegna
Shoes - Santoni


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