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Patterned pants

 

 

What color are those pants? They look like a grey-ish tan. I like it.

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Rainy and gloomy Sunday morning in DC. This is unchartered territory for me with these new ties. I am good with all my fit hence only the close up shots. Looking for feedback on tie-shirt-suit combo. Thanks!

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What color are those pants? They look like a grey-ish tan. I like it.


mini puppytooth with black and brown.

 

Rudals, you've got to have more contrast between your tie and your jacket.

 

A deft hand I am not at the shop:

 

 

 


Edited by Claghorn - 8/18/13 at 10:03am
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Rudals - looks quite nice to me. some more contrast would be nice, as clags said, but i think it works as a somber, somewhat monochromatic, fit.
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Belvest fresco suit
Mercer "buttonless button-down" unlined collar oxford
Rubinacci tie
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Donning a suit under the most unfortunate of circumstances

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Originally Posted by Roy Al View Post

Today:


Jacket, waistcoat & trousers - MTM, Thomas Mahon/English cut.
Shirt - MTM, Turnbull & Asser.
Tie - Dehaviland.
PS - Turnbull & Asser.
Shoes - AE, Strand.

Since it's not quite winter yet, I dropped the waistcoat after lunch.


I'm not happy with the trousers, and have returned them to Tom for alternation once. Still not satisfied. To baggy, and the rise feels wrong. Any suggestions how to fix them?















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Lightish gray fresco and dark brown WTB below.

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Off to church. Jacket is linen by Faconnable, cotton trou by Incotex, shirt A. Basile. These loafers are of the absolute softest leather I've ever felt on a shoe. LOVE THEM (Bruno Magli)!

The jacket is a medium blue herringbone with a muted red plaid.

Nice color scheme!
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Originally Posted by TobiasM View Post

I have forgotten to add the Outtake Picture:

This is a great picture, especially with the upcoming fall season. The olive green sits really well against the light pink tie, and the fact that it is knitted adds an extra element of contrast.  Anytime you can contrast both colors and fabrics, you are doing a great job.

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Originally Posted by rudals1281 View Post

Rainy and gloomy Sunday morning in DC. This is unchartered territory for me with these new ties. I am good with all my fit hence only the close up shots. Looking for feedback on tie-shirt-suit combo. Thanks!

I like this look.  While it is monochromatic, it does look very elegant.  However, since we are approaching fall season, and especially if you go out on a rainy day, a burgundy or olive green tie would top off that suit beautifully.  Pattern wise this is a great combination as you have a plaid tie with a solid shirt and a solid suit!  I like the look overall!

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Donning a suit under the most unfortunate of circumstances

While I love the look, but if the circumstances are unfortunate, I hope you are ok.  Looks are secondary.

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While I love the look, but if the circumstances are unfortunate, I hope you are ok.  Looks are secondary.

+1 to all of this. Hope you're alright. 

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Originally Posted by The_Foxx View Post

Interesting, don! To my eye, this suit with trimmer, shorter jacket and slightly slimmer trouser has a huge advantage over other suits I've seen ya post-- I like this one and double breasted best so far!

 

I like this look a lot.  The suit fits well, the shirt sleeves are slightly longer than the jacket sleeves which are a must.  The four-in-hand knot works really well because the collar spread isn't extra wide, and the tie quality seems extremely high!  Great look!

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Originally Posted by RCAsia View Post

This is a great picture, especially with the upcoming fall season. The olive green sits really well against the light pink tie, and the fact that it is knitted adds an extra element of contrast.  Anytime you can contrast both colors and fabrics, you are doing a great job.

Light pink tie? The shirt is white and the tie green, you can see some more pics here:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/234255/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iii/57915#post_6539931

and in the spoiler

 

But anyway thanks for the kind words

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Patterned pants

 

That olive green tie sits very well against the plain white shirt, navy blue jacket and beige pants.  Very elegant look indeed!

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Cantarelli wool/linen/silk jacket
Polo shirt
Brooks Black Fleece cream linen trousers
Paul Stuart knit, olive with blue dot
Suede AE Graysons

That is a great look, and the knitted tie fabric / color combination with the hint of blue works perfectly with this ensemble! Love it!

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