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Thanks for all the thumbs up on my previous posts! Linen jacket, linen shirt, linen square and cotton tie, perfect for the heatwave!

AppleMark

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Originally Posted by Ebonyman View Post

Various shades of grey, different patterns and expertly blended textures along with impeccable fit..... I don't see anything not to love. If this is a miss, the rest of us are doomed!

 

I'm not saying it's a miss, I'm saying I don't like it. Especially for summer, I just wasn't feeling all that gray. Besides that, I wouldn't say it was various shades of gray. It was two shades. So I stand by my assessment, even if I stand alone. I will say this though, the fit of all the pieces was very nice.

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Last business outfit for one week


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@conradwu:

About your tie: I like it, It is elegant, not perfect. I also happen to think a DFIH can look pretty good too as in detail..

About your braces: I think much wider and not spotted would look a lot better.

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X-post from Challenge:

Steven Hitchcock SB, Harrison Saltire Cashmere windowpane & Ambrosi trousers in Minnis 300 flannel. Turnbull & Asser shirt with detached collar from Budd, Rubinacci tie, John Lobb St James's nubuck bigstar[1].gif:





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Outrageous. Butler is always on point. Christ.

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Anyone remember that shirt from hell I was trying to find a use for? Well, I think I did. 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

 

Huge fan of that PS with the jacket. I'm liking all of it actually. Pick stitching looks nice, who made that SC?

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Originally Posted by Ernie View Post

Huge fan of that PS with the jacket. I'm liking all of it actually. Pick stitching looks nice, who made that SC?

 

Want to know a secret? I got it on clearance from J.C. Penny. It's an el cheapo Haggar cotton SC. lol

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Well I'm thrilled, something that looks good and is in my reach. fistbump.gif Nicely put together fit though man.

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Thanks brah.fing02[1].gif

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it just doesn't get any better than that-- inspiring. I find it interesting that the fits you post are classic, yet nothing less than modern somehow. what a great trouser, too.

Don Cologne, notice how your legs look wider and stubbier in your suit pix, compared with the red pants posted the other day/ longer and leaner. I have a similar issue, and have no choice but to slim the legs of my trousers with most makes as a result. I think it makes all the difference (Stitch seems to have reached a similar conclusion while back, fits have been spot on)
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X-post from Challenge:

Steven Hitchcock SB, Harrison Saltire Cashmere windowpane & Ambrosi trousers in Minnis 300 flannel. Turnbull & Asser shirt with detached collar from Budd, Rubinacci tie, John Lobb St James's nubuck bigstar[1].gif:





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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

But that's not the point, is it? I'm sure the guys over at SC & D don't give a fuck either, but they still look bad.

um, no they dont. there is equal amount of crap and great fits on both sides of the forum.

either way, lol that spoos fit caused any discussion at all. it was rather obvious he was enjoying a fun outfit for a night out on vacation.

and dont feed me the old line, "if you dont want feedback why post." he was posting just to share some of his vacation fun, not to ask if he looked alright for a day at the office.

try adding a little perspective to things guys, just a little.
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conradwu - your fits have been really great. any chance we can get a full length fit?
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Ditched the button down for a t (oh the horror the horror). WIll likely get crushed for this but thought the T worked ok with the linen jacket showcased based on the 90+ temps in NYC today.

Worn with some white linen trousers and KW loafers.

 

 

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^^^ +100! (except maybe the kissy part, LOL)

I haven't posted fits very much, but thought I'd post this outfit I'm wearing today in order to attend my wife's graduation ceremony. She's receiving her second masters in education today. Since it's going to be 1,000 degrees, I broke out the seersucker!

I apologize in advance that the pics are of poor quality. The shoes are tan double monks.

 

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Ballantyne SC

Tindari by Zegna shirt

Vintage Japanese themed links

Tom Ford pocket square

Trafalgar belt

Ralph Lauren Purple Label pants

Gaziano & Girling St. Tropez shoes

Creed virgin island water

 

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the default monogram on all my shirts.

 

based on the greatest Wu-Tang Solo album of all time.

 

1000

you gents all have one thing in common ... a certain cool factor that i hope im getting myself. All these fits are awesome well done!

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Next time maybe try to take out some of the pictures when you do that, mp.

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Originally Posted by Dewi View Post

You're just showing off now.

Hehe... maybe.
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Sander, great pics and I love that db blue jacket!

Thanks!
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