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+100.  This suit belongs on an exemplary fit thread.  Perfect choice of tie (Drake's navy grenadine with a white double bar stripe).  Is the suit fabric a navy fresco?

 

You might be interested to hear that Dirnelli posted a very positive review of Pal Zileri: http://dirnelli.tumblr.com/post/49814477662/review-of-tailors-and-suits-ive-owned  

 

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So, case in point about being lucky, look what I thrifted today! A slightly lighter than navy Pal Zileri Abito Privato suit, I believe that's their MTM line. It was made for a certain Sebastian, and not only does he have the same taste as I do, he also has the exact same body as I do, as the suit fits me very well, all it needs is a good pressing. Uncanny much? The fabric is a gorgeous S130's Guabello weave, with a very intricate pattern, the sleeves have working button holes, and the buttons themselves are navy, a nice detail.

 

The trousers are slightly wider than I'm used to, but I think it works well here, what do you guys think?

 

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post #56927 of 78717
It is getting really hot in Poland. Decided to give bermuda shorts a try smile.gif



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X-poast, shot for a "modern", colorful look today. Highwater pents included.

 

 

 

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Jacket: Purificación García, unstructured cotton-linen

Shirt: PRL

Tie: Lester

Hank: Put This On

Trousers: MTM Holland & Sherry CrispAire

Shoes: Yanko

Hat: Panamania, via El Corte Inglés (Madrid)

Braces: Dustin, via El Corte Inglés

post #56929 of 78717
I'm a bit unsure about the red braces, but they seem to work well. Props for the hat, it's really nice. smile.gif
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James approves of wearing all blue.  Who's the suit maker, by the way?  I like the moderate width of the shoulders and the shaping through the waist.

 

 

 

 

 

Sean Connery's suits were made (bespoke) by Anthony Sinclair.

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Diaz that's real Summery- not often u see Cerulean, Aqua & Powder blues  in the one fit

+ Canary

 

Szarmat and NOBD rocking it

 

same ol form me,

 

 Bitter Choc Grenadine (Panta) +  sky blue one of fav color combos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pliny, shirt is green smile.gif

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Pliny, shirt is green smile.gif

 

my bad-  what square is that- absolutely love it

post #56935 of 78717

it's vintage madras from put this on (http://www.etsy.com/es/shop/putthison?page=1), looks like it's no longer available.. confused.gif

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Boring is a just another name for timeless, classic, and beautiful.

 

Why is CM obsessed with these words? 

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Why is CM obsessed with these words? 

 

Perhaps a better question might be 'Why is it a problem?'

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Perhaps a better question might be 'Why is it a problem?'

The problem is the illusion that there is clothing or a form of dressing that is "timeless" and "classic"

post #56939 of 78717
Pliny, Choc and NOBD very nice fits!!!

Here's my fit from yesterday. The shirt is a light blue with very fine darker blue stripes. This tie is a blend of wool and silk. Suit is by Cerruti 1881.

post #56940 of 78717
From a couple of days ago. Shirt is light blue.

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