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Braddock, this is perfect. And it is an object lesson in when and how to wear a colourful pocket square.

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Tie is a bit tough to make out

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Tie is a bit tough to make out

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And what has been seen cannot be unseen.  :eek:  Thanks for ruining the mystery.  I was quite happy believing you had a pumpkin for a head and chicken feet.  The tie is lovely by the way.  

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AWESOME all around. In addition to everything else, shoes look great- throat of the shoe laced up and closed, as it should be. Seems like with all the recent Carmina craze lately, there are a lot of shoes posted with the throat portion pulled open lookin sloppy. Well done on all fronts, sir!
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Tie is a bit tough to make out

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Wait Clags has feet? 

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Tira by JJ Evans?  All jokes aside, very nice.  

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Tira by JJ Evans?  All jokes aside, very nice.  

 

Dy

No

Mite?

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best fit pic ever.
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very nice clags. thanks for the shoe inclusion. bout damn time.
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Fudge. You ruined for me. I thought you looked something like the dude in your profile pic. Lol
Superb look all around but I must caution you to not stand so closely to the wall there since drunkards may have piss on the wall there. And that writing on the brick wall distracted me...still trying to make out what it says.
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상봉중(학교). The wall is of the school; it's right across the street from our new apartment. In the morning, I hear kids chattering on the way to school. It's pleasant (low enough to hear them, high enough so they aren't loud).

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germany
I like the fit of everything here. Being on the huskier side myself, I never wear sweaters underneath my jackets as I feel they tend to add more bulk to an already larger frame. Same with tweed or heavy looking fabrics. Just my opinion, but everything does fit well including the pants. Guys with fuller legs should never wear slim fitting pants, regardless of whatever anybody else says.

+1. Anyone that's not stick skinny should not wear slim fit flood pants.

p.s., DonC I think you really need to go for unstructured jackets to soften your upper frame. And sweater under jacket looks really bad on you, accentuating your girth. Maybe a solid and inconspicuous one will serve you better.
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This jacket has always been a bit tight, it's one of the remnants of my old RTW stuff... a weekend of too much drinking also contributes.

 

 

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Jacket - Royal man's wear. Cloth: Holland & Sherry.

Shirt, tie and lapelknot - Harvie & Hudson.

PS - Metropolitan museum of art.

Cufflinks - Random.

Trousers - MTM; Tomas Mahon.

Braces - Albert Thurston.

Shoes - Herring.

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The beginning of another work week, with mild temperatures, such that I can be comfortable and suited at the same time.

Suit & shirt - BB
Tie - Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - Michael Cepress via Seattle Art Museum
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC


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And to prove that I can function without French cuff shirts, a picture from my recent visit to Vancouver - more specifically, from the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
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