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^^^ I agree, but I always make sure to wear white undies. lol

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Re Claghorns outfit: Please clarify for me?

 

Is it that you  do not like the tie and recommend he choose another one to wear with this outfit?

or

Is it that you like the tie but think he should not be wearing a tie with his outfit.?

 

The color is fine...I am just a not a fan of stiped ties thats all
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The tie is navy, lighting sucks.

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hi guise-
Clags, elegant
Nathan Lane, sorry, it's you DC, nice fit smile.gif

Pingson- that's a great jacket-  2 great jackets really, and a fantastic tie- so subtle, so dry

Would appreciate opinions on which is better below?-  with the blue linen, or same fit, brown escorial tie.
Cream poplin shirt, white linen PS
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Deets..
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Escorial wool tie from Panta




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The solid blue is the winner!
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The tie is navy, lighting sucks.

I like this.  I think the jacket would benefit from a lower button stance.  I like the wide peak lapels and think they are more suited for a causal look like this.  

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Hey, guys.  I posted some pics of the pants I want to have altered.  I'm looking for alteration advice and am hoping to use some of them as a model to get a mtm pair made.  Any help would be much appreciated.  Thanks.  

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/265924/the-tailors-thread-fit-feedback-and-alteration-suggestions/3780#post_6552207

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crusty and pingson, very nice.

pliny, DEFO like the second pic more. a lot more.

clags - not to beat the dead horse, but yeah, i dont see the boots with that fit. even if they were shoes i dont see that working. i dont blame you for cropping them out. time to go on a shoe shopping spree. : )
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Nice look.  Simple and straightforward.  I think a darker pair of socks would look better.  Navy or Charcoal.  

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Nice look.  Simple and straightforward.  I think a darker pair of socks would look better.  Navy or Charcoal.  

 

Yeah, you're absolutely right. On looking at it again I agree with you.

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imo, socks generally look better in a fit when they are lighter than the trou. i dont always adhere to that, but i think it is usually the case. as matter of fact, the socks/pants/shoes are my favorite part of his fit.
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imo, socks generally look better in a fit when they are lighter than the trou. i dont always adhere to that, but i think it is usually the case. as matter of fact, the socks/pants/shoes are my favorite part of his fit.

 

I would say it is better for socks to be lighter rather than darker than the trousers. But I do think the socks are TOO light in this case.

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Frankie. i like the peaks
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Bah, I have the picture framed so I don't crop (the tripod is probably placed within centimeters of each previous position). Perhaps I should pull the camera back so the masses can behold my awesome sock collection (solid browns, navies, tans and blacks).

But if it makes the masses feel better, I went home and changed into the walnut cliftons before going to dinner. It was looking like rain and I've not put rubber on the boots yet...probably just an excuse to cave under the sheet weight of dead horse beatings.
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I'm 100% with the no-boot club. Partially because I don't like boots and mostly because it didn't make sense. Good switch.

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