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First day of autumn and also the first day with flannel trousers - good timing! It is also with some dismay that I notice that the trousers appear to have shrunken a size or so in my closet over the summer. They are bordering on uncomfortably tight over my thighs right now. angry.gif



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I like that Sprezziano  +  Pings that jacket's great n some would say those trews r just rite

 

Hi guys-

 

Grenadine Hober

Kamakura

BB + linen square

 

Kamakura shirts plus-  Tokyo Slim fit fractionally slimmer than BB Extra Slim, nice stitching

Minus- collars a little stiff; the Kent collor (pictured) could be a little wider and longer at the points IMO

Neutral- cottons are very lite e.g. the broadcloth is so sheer it's see-thru, 

 

 

 


Edited by Pliny - 9/2/13 at 4:57am
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

I like that Sprezziano  +  Pings that jacket's great n some would say those trews r just rite

Hi guys-

Grenadine Hober
Kamakura
BB + linen square

Kamakura shirts plus-  Tokyo Slim fit fractionally slimmer than BB Extra Slim, nice stitching
Minus- collars a little stiff; the Kent collor (pictured) could be a little wider and longer at the points IMO

Neutral- cottons are very lite e.g. the broadcloth is so sheer it's see-thru, 
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One of the best knit ties I've ever seen. Really liking this.
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Back from a bit of a break.



Shirt: Kamakura

The fit is, per ush, something of a masterclass on how to do the classics really, really well.

But I feel like that BD needs a bit more roll. If you moved the buttons up ever so slightly, I think it might be even better.
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But I feel like that BD needs a bit more roll. If you moved the buttons up ever so slightly, I think it might be even better.

Im actually surprised at how *little* roll there is in this picture--that's a Kamakura shirt, and my Kamakura rolls very well. I'm wondering if it's just the picture, or if the collar got pressed weird in the laundry or something.
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If it's hot, why not?
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In the countryside today. Linen/silk/wool jacket, linen shirt, linen tie and tropical wool trousers.

 

AppleMark

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Does Anybody wear their seersucker suit after Labor Day?

 

Its Gonna be in the high 90's where I am for another week and with few cotton and linen suits I think the Style Gods shall forgive me.

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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

I like that Sprezziano  +  Pings that jacket's great n some would say those trews r just rite

 

Hi guys-

 

Grenadine Hober

Kamakura

BB + linen square

 

Kamakura shirts plus-  Tokyo Slim fit fractionally slimmer than BB Extra Slim, nice stitching

Minus- collars a little stiff; the Kent collor (pictured) could be a little wider and longer at the points IMO

Neutral- cottons are very lite e.g. the broadcloth is so sheer it's see-thru, 

 

 

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I like the pattern and texture combination. 

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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

In the countryside today. Linen/silk/wool jacket, linen shirt, linen tie and tropical wool trousers.

 

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AppleMark

 

I like this a lot, mainly because it does an excellent "shoulder season" job. It's slowly moving towards autumn, but it's still quite hot & sunny and way too early to think about heavier materials. The colours in this outfit neatly hint at the season to come but are all in light, temperature-appropriate materials. Very well done.

 

 

 

 

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Pingson - nice. very nice. i wish it was cool enough for flanel here. its about 90 out. barf.


plus one on wanting more roll on HCs shirt, but the fit was great, and i didnt feel like i wanted to take away from it.
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I like this a lot, mainly because it does an excellent "shoulder season" job. It's slowly moving towards autumn, but it's still quite hot & sunny and way too early to think about heavier materials. The colours in this outfit neatly hint at the season to come but are all in light, temperature-appropriate materials. Very well done.

 

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Thanks, HF. I find autumn to be one of the more difficult seasons when it comes to dressing. You want to dress in more wintery colours, but it's often too warm for heavy wools, flannels and tweeds, especially when the temperature is still over 20C. Wearing linen in more muted colours is a good solution for this problem, and I guess it can also be used in those awkward late winter/early spring months. Anyway, you can put it much more eloquently then I can.

 

Your orange tie is especially festive, and although this square goes very will with it, I can't help but feeling the tie is a little alone right now in your outfit. It could use a friend or two that hint at festiveness as well. Perhaps a less dark/businessy suit would've helped?

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