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One week without working starts this evening in some street cafes and beergardens with this outfit:
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Looking good, with two exceptions - I don't feel the PS and I also think it would look better if you didn't stick the flaps into the pockets. Hiding the flaps to get fake jetted pockets only works if you don't have a ticket pocket on the jacket.....
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Perfect outfit -- I wouldn't change a thing.  I love the classic style.

 

 

You are wearing your clothes, and "your clothes aren't wearing you " as so many wind up doing.

This is the way that Ralph Lauren would dress, and that will tell you everything.

Perfection via simplicity is always within reach with Classic dressing.

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I like that kind of flamboyance sometimes too. It can indeed be lots of fun. But if you're going to do this modern-retro look, I think a geometric patterned tie and/or square would work better in the
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Yeah, that would work! I only have one yellow tie, and I do think yellow works best with this suit, seen as the stripes are yellow too. A nicely patterned yellow tie is hard to find though.
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Finally! The weather plays along and allows me to bring out linen again. About frickin' time if you ask me, it's July for chrissake...



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Be happy it hasn't been too hot in your neck of the woods...

That looks great though, well done.
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Be happy it hasn't been too hot in your neck of the woods...

That looks great though, well done.

+1 to both.
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Originally Posted by Mica View Post

 

You are wearing your clothes, and "your clothes aren't wearing you " as so many wind up doing.

This is the way that Ralph Lauren would dress, and that will tell you everything.

Perfection via simplicity is always within reach with Classic dressing.

 

 

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Originally Posted by CrimsonSox View Post

Perfect outfit -- I wouldn't change a thing.  I love the classic style.

 


Thanks guys..I find myself being more of a simpler dresser.. I dont have any loud pattern shirts and very few loud pattern ties in my wardrobe..no crazy striped suits and very busy plaid patterns either..with my size I like the simplicity and cut to do the talking..but then I see some guys on here like Spoo, Tirallieur, Holdfast, Crusty among some others that master it well.. and then I re-assess.. at the end of the day I always tend to navigate back to the simpler things..can't help it.. thanks for the thumbs up guys! Totally appreciate it!

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This has been quoted and re-posted already multiple times, but it needs to be seen again.

This is masterclass.

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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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Nothing too special here. Just my "Blue Monday" fit.

Suit: Hugo Boss Black
Shirt: Daffy's refugee
Tie: Tom Ford
Shoes: Saks 5th Ave. brand. (Supposedly made in Italy) They really are polished although it doesn't look like it in the picture.

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Originally Posted by DonCologne View Post

One week without working starts this evening in some street cafes and beergardens with this outfit:


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I agree with the previous response regarding the pocket "flaps". I also think that a darker and/or dressier pant would have improved the overall look of this fit.
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Hot Monday; even the tie is radiating sunshine. sly.gif

 

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Either you're wearing a very small pork-pie hat in that first shot, or you've recently been sanctified.

 

Loe the tie. PS a bit matchy, but still works.

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I agree with the previous response regarding the pocket "flaps". I also think that a darker and/or dressier pant would have improved the overall look of this fit.

I felt the exact same way when I saw this fit. No tie, and those burgundy pants worn last week would look awesome...IMO.
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@Pliny: Great outfit! I really want a jacket like that. 
Thanks- its the only cashmere jacket I have and I gotta say it has a really soft casual feel to it even tho visually it seems to pair best with more formal white shirts, dark ties, linen PSs.

^^^^^ Pocketsquareguy fantastic

DerekS dont think its boring- really nice

Pingson- consistently great fits, another one today
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Isaia silk linen SC
Borrelli FC
Panta shantung grenadine
RLPL linen hank
Hierbas de Ibiza
J. Crew
G&G
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Got caned on the "whnay.'s good taste thread". So here goes on this thread instead.

 

Today's fit:

 

 

 

 

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Jacket and pants: Canali

Shirt: Baubridge & Kay
Tie: random silk knit
PS: TM Lewin
Watch: Omega Planet Ocean
Shoes: C&J
Links: Opal/brushed gold, vintage 60s

 

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