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Suit: Bespoke

Shirt: Eton

Tie: EG Cappelli

Shoes: Gaziano & Girling

Watch: Rolex submariner

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^ Hampton: love it and up-thumbing it. Details may be picked apart by others but this is, overall, a look I aspire to. I will post my own paltry attempt at a vaguely similar fit (worn yesterday) when I have access to wire connector dongle thingies.

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hampton that's prob a rocking suit, but not a great shot, gotta say.  The GGs are inlove.gif and could def go a close up.

 

Hi guise

giving Kent Wang a shot-  lite weight gold Summer suit

Linen tie n square

Kent comes across as a pretty efficient and reliable guy.  Fast. Curt (lol). 

Good detailing. phenomenal amt/ hand-stitching for online MTM.

Wish he had a bigger range of cloth weights.  If he CMTs I'm in for another.

 

 

 

Deets

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Vass London 3 eye

 

 


Edited by Pliny - 8/13/13 at 7:06am
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^ looks great, agree with everything you said about Kent smile.gif He does do CMT as well. I haven't tried it yet (2 suits with him so far and a navy blazer on the way, all with cloth from his books), but prices are pretty reasonable.
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Well done. Please share the composition of the jacket and what type of belt or braces you are wearing. 

 

Thanks. 

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Samuelsohn MTM suit, Brioni tie, Vass double monks.






Another winner, Roger.
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Suit: Bespoke
Shirt: Eton
Tie: EG Cappelli
Shoes: Gaziano & Girling
Watch: Rolex submariner



Looking like a million bucks, but hopefully you did not have to pay that much.
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Love the color combo Pliny. Definitely my cuppa.

 

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Today:

Suit - MTM, Thomas Mahon/English cut.

Shirt - White poplin, slim fit, CT.

Tie - Grenadine, Turnbull & Asser.

PS - Kent Wang.

Braces - Albert Thurston.

Skoes - Sued, semibrogues, CT.
Galoshes - Swims.

 

 

 

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On the way to the haircutter.

 

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I llike this combo better than the one you had yesterday. But the trousers are too short - or too wide. Slim them, or make them longer.

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^ Hampton: love it and up-thumbing it. Details may be picked apart by others but this is, overall, a look I aspire to. I will post my own paltry attempt at a vaguely similar fit (worn yesterday) when I have access to wire connector dongle thingies.

Thanks bro.

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Looking like a million bucks, but hopefully you did not have to pay that much.

If I had a million buck I wouldn't be on sf now happy.gif ... but wait I probably would, love this place!

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hampton that's prob a rocking suit, but not a great shot, gotta say.  The GGs are inlove.gif and could def go a close up.

 

Thanks pliny. You know pictures is not my strong side (even when I take them myself) 

 

Anyhow love your outfit, cool socks aswell :)!

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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Just imo, your fits would be great if you slimed your trousers

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Seriously though, those trousers are pretty damn slim already. Compare the left leg to the right: the left is bent and so you can see the outline of my leg underneath; the right is pressed against the back of the chair, so you can see the maximum amount of extra fabric present (obviously, there's less visible when standing normally). Even with this maximum visible difference, you can see that the difference isn't huge. I couldn't go slimmer without it being damn close to the skin in many areas, a look & feel I personally think is neither comfortable nor attractive. As Frankie says, this is a ymmv thing. Compared to how I used to wear my trousers, those are actually much slimmer!

 

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Btw, I'm fairly certain that not being a fan of pencil stripe shirts is some kind of sin, if only a minor one ;-)

 

I love blue striped shirts generally, but find there's a gap in my love between really fine hairline and standard bengal stripe widths. :)

 

Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Cold and grey today. Flannel, knit, denim, tweed etc etc.

 

Best implementation of that shirt I've seen you do. Great look all round.

 

Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Suit: Bespoke

Shirt: Eton

Tie: EG Cappelli

Shoes: Gaziano & Girling

Watch: Rolex submariner

 

Items are all very nice but I feel that the shoes are too dark for the shirt/tie combo. I think if you wanted to keep those shoes with the suit, a darker tie (and possibly a blue or other shirt), might work better. Alternatively, a lighter-coloured brown for the shoes.

 

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I think that's the nicest overall KW suit I've seen. I do think that his suit proportions would benefit from some shoulder padding.

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Bring on the tie hate! stirpot.gif

 

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I consider any tie that isn't pink and tied into a triple windsor on an Englishman to be a victory! biggrin.gif

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