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Looks great, cox, but unbutton your coat when sitting.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

I feel like I should have gone with a grossa rather than a fina. Live and learn. This morning it was overcast and cool, so I said fuck it, tweed and flannel. Now, if I go outside, the tweed is off and I'm seriously regretting flannel. Clothing induced climatic myopia.

 

 

I love the jacket and the colour combination here, even if it was completely wrong for the temperature! And you might be right about the tie texture but it's still good from a colour perspective.

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Hi guise-

Some nice fits lately.

Clags that's a beautiful jacket, and snap on the tie.  fina or  gossa still looks great, and the fina will probably last longer :fistbump:

 

 

 

Italian-Oxfords in Antic Cognac

 

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bring on the Madder -  what square is that Diaz?

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RDiaz, that is an excellent outfit.

 

Only suggestion for improvement I'd give is a non-striped shirt. Gorgeous collar on that one though.

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Back from vacation in the Pacific Northwest. Any resemblance to a fully conscious human being is totally coincidental.

Suit and boots - Paul Stuart
Shirt - Harvie & Hudson
Tie & braces - PRL
Cufflinks - Vancouver Art Gallery (handcrafted by a First Nations artist)


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the wool/silk's a sweet blend am I rite?  if only Malford hadda bunch of Drakes madders..

 

Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post
 

drake's silk+wool

 

http://www.malfordoflondon.com/en/drakes-pocket-squares/5219-drake-s-hand-rolled-green-light-brown-paisley-wool-silk-pocket-square.html

 

probably most versatile hank I own :)

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I'm loving the Radiomir... 232? Where's the tie from?

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Thank you very much. I believe it's a 232 but I can't remember...

The tie is Charvet smile.gif

love the rad! however thats a 210. the 232 is a special edition 47mm with gold hands and a tobacco dial.... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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love the rad! however thats a 210. the 232 is a special edition 47mm with gold hands and a tobacco dial.... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Very nice. I can barely remember what I ate for breakfast, hence the confusion.
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Back from vacation in the Pacific Northwest. Any resemblance to a fully conscious human being is totally coincidental.
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good to have ya back crusty!
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Very nice. I can barely remember what I ate for breakfast, hence the confusion.

as a father of a 1 month old, i completely understand lol8[1].gif
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2nd date with the new Conrad Wu tie. And the lapel pin specifically for southernstyle. Suck it. wink.gif

Suit by Isaia, Borrelli shirt, Conrad Wu tie, McNairy "fuck off" square, and JLobb Westminsters
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Pliny, some of the madders offered by Drake's are available at Cappelli for less $$$$ , and you can choose width (Drake's 8 cm standard width is a bit of a let down)

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