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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

toosday with big peaks and extra pockets
hows the length of the jacket look?

Who makes this jacket?
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Happy long Labor Day Weekend, y'all.

Boglioli
Borrelli
Drakes
Turnbull & Asser
Martin Dingman
Panta
Alden
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Nice tie, Spoo!!

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Great fit, B.

Nice pants, Spoo.
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Thanks for the nice feedback on today's look fellas; much appreciated!

 

 

Beware, the RM Williams are a bit more sturdy a last than you might want for more streamlined outfits. They work best with decidedly casual fabrics rather than anything approaching formality. If you want a smarter chelsea, say to wear with slim worsted suits or the like, I would recommend something sleek from EG or Lobb rather than RM Williams. The RM Williams are insanely durable, however. I've had this pair for 6-8 yrs and worn them in torrential rain, snow and hot weather and they power through it all. Superb value; just bear in mind that they're a more casual chelsea boot than some others on the market.

 

Re: etymology of rig - thanks for the explanation. I appreciate that fit can sound a bit awkward, but it feels more natural to me than rig. Each to their own, etc, etc.

 

 

Thanks. My Australian relatives swear by RM Williams, but even at their dressiest, they look like a dressed-up work boot (sort of the inverse of how countryish Lobb shoes still look like dress shoes). I'm considering a sleeker pair, because I'd like to dress them up a bit -- though they're likely to end up with moleskin and denim more often than anything else. Slightly off-topic, but how do you feel about dealer boots/brogued chelseas?

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Originally Posted by DonCologne View Post

That´s the normal service in our hotel for the ladies.

 

You really need to see "The Night Porter".

 

After that, you might regret the above comment...

 

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Happy long Labor Day Weekend, y'all.

Boglioli
Borrelli
Drakes
Turnbull & Asser
Martin Dingman
Panta
Alden


Killer, as always!!!!


DC, the best fit and most comfortable you've ever looked in this thread.
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Today's details.  No full shot because the trouser fit is so off it would have resulted in burned retinas.   They were medium grey but would look better turned to charcoal.

Bass weejuns on the feet to compliment the super trad scottie dog tie.  Double FIH too much?

 

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Very nice colours Spoo, it shows confidense. But I'm not happy with the jacket. I don't like the contrast buttons, and something is wrong in the neck and the sleeveheads. The fit is not that good there.

 

I noticed you prefere the tie very tight and high, showing a lot of collarband. Some men do, but to me that makes a messy impression.

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Back to work.

 

 

 

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Thanks... the patches are stylistically wrong with a structured English shoulder and heavy navy flannel

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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

Jacket and tie looks a bit long, no? Other than that, it looks like a rather nice ensemble. May I ask what you regret with the patch pockets? Is it the pairing with a flannel suit? I'm having thoughts about purchasing a grey flannel suit with 2 patch pockets and would very much appreciate your input and expertise. Other are of course also welcome with inputs.
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I think flannel takes patch pockets, Pliny. It just makes the suit slightly more rustic and should be accesorized as such. Shoulder structure is just a matter of what's flattering on you smile.gif

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Back to work.

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Blue shirt and you'd have crushed it, nice suit.

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This salmon colored tie is a winner. It provides the perfect foil to this smartly striped light gray suit. Molto bene!
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Originally Posted by YRR92 View Post

Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Beware, the RM Williams are a bit more sturdy a last than you might want for more streamlined outfits. They work best with decidedly casual fabrics rather than anything approaching formality. If you want a smarter chelsea, say to wear with slim worsted suits or the like, I would recommend something sleek from EG or Lobb rather than RM Williams. The RM Williams are insanely durable, however. I've had this pair for 6-8 yrs and worn them in torrential rain, snow and hot weather and they power through it all. Superb value; just bear in mind that they're a more casual chelsea boot than some others on the market...

Thanks. My Australian relatives swear by RM Williams, but even at their dressiest, they look like a dressed-up work boot (sort of the inverse of how countryish Lobb shoes still look like dress shoes). I'm considering a sleeker pair, because I'd like to dress them up a bit -- though they're likely to end up with moleskin and denim more often than anything else. Slightly off-topic, but how do you feel about dealer boots/brogued chelseas?

 

Not a fan, personally. Perhaps I've seen too many cheap/bad examples, and that's coloured my perception of the style. But I feel's there's something mish-mashy about the style. Brogued lace-up boots, sure; can look fantastic. But brogued chelseas... eh, just not for me. I didn't realise "dealer boot" was the name for this style; I thought it was just another synonym for chelseas generally. Learn something new every day!

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