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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

That fit is soooooo AAS, little t.

Have i mentioned that I shot 69 on a par 74 course today? I shot 70 before numerous times but today i finally broke the barrier. Eiswein for everyone on me!


Really? how so?
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AAS by the numbers. Every detail, multi colour tie blades, wacky shirt, unstructured jacket...oh and is that a timex?

This is an unweighted statement.
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Thanks all for all the love, thumbs, comments etc yesterday.

Bit fuzzier today, buckets of rain down under.





Suit: Herringbone
Shirt: Kamakura
Tie: Henry Carter chocolate cashmere knit
Cardi: Navy Zara
Shoes: Carmina
post #56899 of 78717
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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

Took a page out of Shugz book.  Minty.  New Kamakura shirt.  I washed it twice and the sleeves are still too long in my opinion, but are right by SF standards.  I'm not use to that much sleeve poking out.  The sleeve button is right on the edge of the cuff.  I'll probably move it in some for a snugger fit.  
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That's just the right length, SF or not. I've always thought your fits are let down by the amount of bare wrist showing under your jackets, this is much better. Please don't touch them!
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Pictures from my nightshift

 

 

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Edited by DonCologne - 8/7/13 at 4:50pm
post #56901 of 78717
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

AAS by the numbers. Every detail, multi colour tie blades, wacky shirt, unstructured jacket...oh and is that a timex?

This is an unweighted statement.

no sire.

this is my watch
http://www.watchismo.com/projects-sometimes-brass.aspx
post #56902 of 78717
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Originally Posted by black_umbrella View Post


But i think you mean NASA.

My dad's a solar physicist. He generally wears black, gold toed socks with birkenstocks to work.

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Originally Posted by black_umbrella View Post

But i think you mean NASA.
My dad's a solar physicist. He generally wears black, gold toed socks with birkenstocks to work.

You have my condolences.
post #56904 of 78717
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


I like those Hermes knit ties.
post #56905 of 78717
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


Really? how so?

I do have that tie though.  I wore it on my last vacation.  Note: The wind did that to my tie.  I was standing next to a waterfall.  

 

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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post


That's just the right length, SF or not. I've always thought your fits are let down by the amount of bare wrist showing under your jackets, this is much better. Please don't touch them!

I actually pushed the sleeves back up into the jacket for the photo.  I just measured and there's about 1.25 inches of cuff showing IRL.  A bit much no?  I'd prefer no more than a 1/2 inch.  Someone mentioned that the sleeves on my jacket were too short.  What do you think?  

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

I actually pushed the sleeves back up into the jacket for the photo.  I just measured and there's about 1.25 inches of cuff showing IRL.  A bit much no?  I'd prefer no more than a 1/2 inch.  Someone mentioned that the sleeves on my jacket were too short.  What do you think?  
Possibly sleeves are a bit short, which could be partly attributed to your fondness for cotton jackets which wrinkle more in the sleeves (and don't tend to drop wrinkles easy) and then get a bit shorter. So generally cotton and linen coats need to be a bit longer in the sleeves to account for that.

In saying that the Kamakura NY slim fit are very long in the sleeves even for me at 6 foot 2, the solution is just get them taken up a bit (or move the button like you are thinking). We take trousers up all the time to get to the right length, and shirt sleeves shouldn't be any different for off the rack shirts.
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Originally Posted by chocsosa View Post


haha, nope! I actually work for one of the bigger financial services companies in the U.S.. I think he had his girl friend come over to get him ready for the tough meeting we have later on today, lmao

I've been trying to persuade you to smile in your pictures for months Choc. At least now we know what it takes to make this happen. biggrin.gif
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Crushing it per uze. Love the frames.

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More lunch pictures from me here..weird thing happened at lunch today though.. while getting my co worker to help me out with pictures..I saw one of my colleagues, getting fellatio (head) from a long legged brunette behind one of the building's under the shade..I was shocked at first, then I laughed my ass off..my co worker (who happens to be a woman) asked me what I was laughing at but Im no snitch.. told her I saw someone fall on their ass.. anyways, lol

 

At this point I notice my colleague getting head and the expression you see is humorous shock, lol

 

 

Then of course I had to congratulate him..but caution him that he needs to be more discreet.. if I could see him, somebody else might have..cut him out of the picture though, lol

 

 

 

 

 

Suit: Zegna (Milano fit)

 

Shirt: Canali

 

Tie: Robert Talbot

 

Watch: Vintage Swiss Army

 

Shoes: Santoni

 

Glasses: Ray Ban

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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post


I've been trying to persuade you to smile in your pictures for months Choc. At least now we know what it takes to make this happen. biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Crushing it per uze. Love the frames.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post


I've been trying to persuade you to smile in your pictures for months Choc. At least now we know what it takes to make this happen. biggrin.gif

Thanks guys..you know I try laniceman..but the moment was just hilarious to me.. I work in one of the more conservative working districts in the most conservative city in Cali.. so to see that brought a tear to my eye, lol..the meeting went well..just got out of it.. and while it did get serious, I caught him a few times just out there not being in the room.. it made me chuckle a few times in the meeting, lol

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