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Back to work after three weeks of vacation wearing almost exclusively T-shirts and shorts.


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More like what were we wearing yesterday:

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Hi Gents, A couple of recent fits and my new boots smile.gif

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^^^ Boots are gorgeous - who made 'em?

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Herring Shoes with £100 off in the sale wink.gif
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@ Pingson - Way to make a return to work, very elegant!

@ Sander - You two gentlemen of Shibumi looks classy as always!

@ Lilac - I like that first outfit, the top part of the second one needs a little color IMHO.
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It will be hot (though happily not humid) today in NYC, and I find myself needing to be in a suit (albeit seersucker), for the annual Garden Party at the Frick Collection, a fund raiser which people attend to see and to be seen, and, with luck, photographed by Bill Cunningham of the New York Times. (However I am dressed, there is no danger that I will make the Style section of the Sunday NY Times - only recognized members of society, or patrons of the Frick much higher on the food chain than myself show up there.)

But, as a dress extra in this evening's comedy, I guess I'll pass.

Suit & tie - BB
Shirt -Tyrwhitt
Cufflinks - New & Lingwood
Shoes - C & J
Hat - Christy's, via Thomas Farthing, London


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Very nice shirt and shoes and I love the socks! I prefer "hat off" but that's just me.

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Great contributions from Shibumi guys to StyFo - both the product and pictures.
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Herring Shoes with £100 off in the sale wink.gif

Nice - congrats!

Pingson, that is a terrific look - I might shorten the trousers a smidgen, but that is picking nits.

Crusty - love the look - way to bring the south up north.
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Herring Shoes with £100 off in the sale wink.gif

Nice - congrats!

Pingson, that is a terrific look - I might shorten the trousers a smidgen, but that is picking nits.

Crusty - love the look - way to bring the south up north.
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Does something give you the impression that it isn't?
The fact that I remember you saying POW odd jackets aren't that bad (or maybe it wasn't you) tounge.gif


But it's also grey and suitish, so I think I made a dumb question indeed shog[1].gif

I have said something similar in the past. I don't subscribe to the categorical orthodoxy re gray and/or POW odd jackets.
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I have said something similar in the past. I don't subscribe to the categorical orthodoxy re gray and/or POW odd jackets.

 

That's good. I think grey herringbones and donegals work pretty well.

 

And I have no problems with POW odd jackets as long as the checks are bold enough. They were not on your pic, so I wondered... smile.gif

 

BTW, it isn't an odd jacket, right? lookaround.gif

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More like what were we wearing yesterday:


Nice. Do you do something for a living other than sell Shibumi goods?
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Forced back in to flannel today. Almost all my winter suits and coats are either at the tailors, cleaners or my daughter has slobbered on them and they'll be going to the cleaners!
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Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt: Kamakura
Tie: Henry Carter 9cm 7 fold repp
Shoes: Carmina
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For being forced into a combination, it's a very nice one. It took me a lot longer than I'd like to admit to realise that I need to remove my jacket before playing with or feeding my daughter. Entirely too many trips to the cleaners.
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Alright, yesterday's fit involved a poor choice in tie (thanks JB, HF). I wasn't sure; something felt off, but I figured it was because I was wearing an orphaned suit jacket. I wanted if it could see if it was workable since it had a broad pattern and patch pockets.

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Clag, I like the colours and overall combination. The collar seems to be a bit big though, based on the overlap at the knot. Could just be me though.
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That's a new Richard James tie that I'm quite pleased with. Bought in Dublin, Ireland (which is where I live). 


That's a very strong start.
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Back to work after three weeks of vacation wearing almost exclusively T-shirts and shorts.


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I really like this, Pingson. Very nicely combined, and I like the pocket square's colour, close, but not too matchy or clashing. Do you have a photo of the entire square? I'd like to see the rest of it, not just the puff.
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It will be hot (though happily not humid) today in NYC, and I find myself needing to be in a suit (albeit seersucker), for the annual Garden Party at the Frick Collection, a fund raiser which people attend to see and to be seen, and, with luck, photographed by Bill Cunningham of the New York Times. (However I am dressed, there is no danger that I will make the Style section of the Sunday NY Times - only recognized members of society, or patrons of the Frick much higher on the food chain than myself show up there.)

But, as a dress extra in this evening's comedy, I guess I'll pass.

Suit & tie - BB
Shirt -Tyrwhitt
Cufflinks - New & Lingwood
Shoes - C & J
Hat - Christy's, via Thomas Farthing, London












Really liking the seersucker, Crusty.
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