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Back after years of absence.... Still with spectacularly crappy photos:

 

 

 

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Very nice indeed, apart from the watch over the cuff. And don't tell me that Gianni Agnelli did it... it looked silly on him too. smile.gif

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Eliod: very nice, love the shirt in particular.
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Very nice! With the exception of the watch over the shirt cuff + cuff button undone on jacket (imho, that is).
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Very nice! With the exception of the watch over the shirt cuff + cuff button undone on jacket (imho, that is).

 

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Very nice indeed, apart from the watch over the cuff. And don't tell me that Gianni Agnelli did it... it looked silly on him too. smile.gif

 

Haha, point taken! :) Actually, I was trying a bit of a Sr. Barbera impersonation today. He's quite fond of wearing his watch over the cuff as well. For me it will probably remain a one time only experiment, it feels a bit awkward and contrived, not to mention all those stares at my wrist...

 

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Cross-post from the Australian Members' thread - it's winter Down Under at present:

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Here are a few shots of today's outfit. It's getting cool in Brisbane, so I decided to rug up a bit.

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The jacket is by Isaia and is made from a very thick, thornproof tweed. It's an amazing jacket and it feels like I'm wearing body armour when I put it on, but I must have been suffering from a temporary fit of madness when I bought it as it's only cold enough to wear it here for about a month every year.

Other details:
Shirt - Made-to-order by Deer Style.
Tie - Forest green, wool tie by Drake's.
Trousers - Brown, wide-wale corduroy by Charles Tyrwhitt.
Socks - Uniqlo.
Pocket square - Herringbone Sydney.
Shoes - Vintage Florsheim Royal Imperials with suicidal, v-cleat heel still intact.
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Today's attire illustrates the dangers of having not worn something for a long time. I've not worn today's trousers for quite a while, and, in the interim, my legs appear to have shrunk - the trousers are a bit too long. Yet another task for my tailor . . .

Blazer, shirt, tie, and trousers - BB
PS - PRL
Shoes - Paul Stuart


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Very nice indeed, apart from the watch over the cuff. And don't tell me that Gianni Agnelli did it... it looked silly on him too. smile.gif

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Very nice! With the exception of the watch over the shirt cuff + cuff button undone on jacket (imho, that is).

+1 to this. Fantastic fit, aside from the watch smile.gif
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clap, very nice fit, and really cool surroundings. is that your baller office? or sitting room?

 


I wish....

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My navy outfit 2013

 

 

 

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^ That's a better cut for you, DC.
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Cross-post from the Australian Members' thread - it's winter Down Under at present:
Amazing jacket for sure. Journeyman, been noticing your posts for a while now and you have great taste, great fits. but .... your pics! Letting you down badly. surprising for one of SFs most senior members. The further away the camera the better, to avoid all that distortion. otherwise u rok
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I wish....

Seriously, that is a nice setup you've got there. Loved the chairs... And that staircase? inlove.gif
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^ That's a better cut for you, DC.


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That's the most flattering cut I've seen on you so far. Whatever you had your tailor do, have him do it on as many other jackets as possible.

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