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Today (sorry about the crummy cellphone photos):

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Suit: Amy Yang MTM
Shirt: Tailorstore MTM.
Socks: Pantherella.
Shoes: Shanghai Tianzi MTM.
Watch: Tudor Prince Date.
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always fun to see someone visit this great store-- I had a blast there, and they finished alterations/ handstitched functional buttonholes on a GREAT fitting jacket overnight.
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Not really a WAYWRN picture, but...


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Nice fit, EPIC pose!!! lol8[1].gif

 

Thanks.  Gearing up for the EPIC heat tomorrow.  I'm fearful of the subways.  

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always fun to see someone visit this great store-- I had a blast there, and they finished alterations/ handstitched functional buttonholes on a GREAT fitting jacket overnight.

 

+1 It was a great experience getting to meet Gianpaolo and Lino when I visited. Both gentlemen were extremely humble and charming!

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Thanks for the comments on the jacket yesterday everyone. It is one of my favorites. It, however, does need to be altered as I have lost a touch of weight and it could use some slimming in the upper body and waist area. Thanks!

It was 97 in Detroit today. Light colors and light fabrics were in order. Oxford cloth pants, cotton jacket, and I wore navy bucks at the bottom.



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Loud Tie Day today.

 

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SC - RL Polo (made in Italy ... Corneliani?)

Shirt - Oxford

Tie - Ascot of Germany

PS - TM Lewin

Watch - Grönefeld One Hertz

Belt, trousers - Canali

Shoes - Carmina

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+1 It was a great experience getting to meet Gianpaolo and Lino when I visited. Both gentlemen were extremely humble and charming!

 

We had the chance to speak with Lino for about 1.5 hours and it was a real pleasure. He's truly passionate about what he does, he loves it and you can feel it from the very moment you start talking to him.

 

Since somebody asked about the 7 tie, 7 is his favourite number, so he begun to insert it in his ties. Many people liked the idea and asked him to insert the 7s on the ties that they were buying from him. So, after many requests, he just started to produce them. On an unrelated note, all the ties are made with the same fabrics as the suits, and they feel amazing. I'd honestly buy them without the 7 though. Anyway, if you come to Milan, Al Bazar is definitely a place to go, IMHO.

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Matching tie and shoes.
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DC your fits r just getting better and better. and BTW the English competence of Germans never ceases to amaze me- figures i guess given u kind of inveneted it way back rite?.

 

last fit from me for a while, going into the jungle.

BB SC, Kama BD, Drakes wool-silk, Carter 7 fold, Vass suede

 

Deet

 

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London 5-eyes

 

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killer tie
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collar is messed up in close-up

 

 

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This would be such a great outfit had you just held back a little on the socks. Too matchy-matchy by far. I would even consider substituting discreet black or dark brown shoes for the suedes.
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Diaz I'll swap u that tie n square for my check jacket.:sly:   love that damn tie 

 

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collar is messed up in close-up

 

 

 

 

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This would be such a great outfit had you just held back a little on the socks. Too matchy-matchy by far. I would even consider substituting discreet black or dark brown shoes for the suedes.

 

agree the socks r not rite-   black shoe'd be a def no-no tho :uhoh:-  the fit has casual elements- OCBD, brown tie, puffed square, blazer that aren't compatible with the formality of black shoes. suede's rite here IMO but with blue socks.


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Pliny - order it from Cappelli before he runs out of the silk! :tounge:

 

Hanky is Vanda's "autumnal blooms", I believe they still sell it.

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My favorite place in Deutschland would have to be Munich. Das issen, das trinken, alles ist ser gut (assuming one likes German food, which I do). Frankfurt I could never see again and not feel bad about it.

 

 

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Munich is pretty fantastic. Every now and then I fantasize about trying to move there.

I spent the better part of a year studying in Tuebingen, just south of Stuttgart, and so have a soft spot for that part of the country as well.

 

 I was stationed at Darmstadt for two years. I had a blast the whole time (except for some Army stuff). I went all over Europe whenever I had a chance and learned skiing. I skiid the Swiss and Austrian Alps but my favorite place was the Garmish resort in southern Germany (think that's what it was called). I liked Frankfurt with the cool music clubs and Christmas market in December. Only went to Munich once but just drove through.

 I also liked going to the French and Spanish Riviera in the summer.

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