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^ nice monks!
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p.s. any German folk here an idea why Stilmagazin has closed?

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Its not longer closed
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p.s. any German folk here an idea
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p.s. any German folk here an idea why Stilmagazin has closed?
Hitzefrei. biggrin.gif Discussions got a bit overheated and out of hand a couple of days ago, so I think Andreas wanted everyone to cool down a bit. Not healthy wearing 3 piece suits in 37℃ with no AC.
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lel
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I would absolutely be thrilled if WAYWRN begins poaching posters from other style forums. I'll mention it to a few posters on the Korean SF....but quite a few like their jackets short (not because it's trendy...they are self-conscious about having short legs)

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I would absolutely be thrilled if WAYWRN begins poaching posters from other style forums. I'll mention it to a few posters on the Korean SF....but quite a few like their jackets short (not because it's trendy...they are self-conscious about having short legs)
link to the Korean SF?
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p.s. any German folk here an idea why Stilmagazin has closed?


Nice Collar, who made the shirt?

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Paul Rosen Heritage, 170s cloth by Monti

Own label of the German retailer Peek und Cloppenburg, but you probably know that ;) 

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Crusty special thanx-  sitting in the uni library, hit yo link and 'Springtime for Hitler' came out at eleven shog[1].gif

 

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AppleMark

first time wearing this tie but liking it more than I expected to...

 

KN nice job with the DFIH,. I  never get mine anything like that- always come out like a silk sausage.  Not that I get a lot of opportunity with a 16.5" neck.

 

 

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Trying for a more SF-friendly look today.

 

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Suit: Lab Pal Zileri

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Shirt: Oxford

Tie: Rhodes & Beckett

Shoes: GG

 

 

Don't see a lot of mauve? on pink,or DMs with a suit here, but def more WAYWN

 

 

 

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Nice Collar, who made the shirt?

 

+1-   Zebanker excuse my generalization, but is that typical German CBD, or typical Stilmagazin?

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No that's me ;) 

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No that's me ;) 


well nice job-  reminds me of NOBD.  Suede with suit is more a European thing

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Today's attire is not my finest work - the trousers are old, the shoes are new, and I'm not entirely happy with either. The trousers need to be tapered and shortened (more work for my alterations tailor, who is off for this week and next - arghhh), and the shoes need a muting of the rather excessive patination to which they've been treated. Oh, well, the natives of Manhattan have been exposed to worse fashion offenses (as have the readers of this thread, I daresay) . . . .

Blazer, trousers, tie, cufflinks - BB
Shirt - Lewin
PS - Alain Figaret
Shoes - Magnanni for Bergdorf Goodman


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wednesday feeling like monday
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Thanks to all who approved/commented on the fit; I appreciate it.
I have come back around to db suits. They do flatter my wider shoulders and minimize the beer gut I worked so hard on in college. I'm less of a fan when they are unbuttoned, but such are the saccrifices we make in life.
Butch, I'm curious: what turns you off about the tie? i will admit the stripes are a bit busy, but to my eye they are small enought to remail reasonably subtle, while also making the tie as a whole more versatile.

^^ edit: Derek: do like; fit of the jacket is superb.
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