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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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As I was the one who first commented on Don's trouser width, may I just point out that all I said was that I couldn't help but feel that sometimes they were cut too wide.

 

A couple of weeks back, Don posted one particular fit where the trousers were cut just a little slimmer, and to me this improved his silhouette.

 

It was just a gut feeling I had. I'm no expert on menswear, but I have to judge and advise on human proportions on a daily basis in my job, and I have a certain level of confidence in my gut feeling. I have no idea whether my observation contradicted any particular rule.

 

Don responded quickly, stating that he has a couple of pairs of trousers at the tailor now. It will be really interesting to see the results. I might be proven completely wrong, but either way, I really respect the effort Don puts into his dressing and I hope one day to be able to get to a similar level. Keep up the good work, buddy.

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I'm always going back and forth on my pants length. I think for now I'm going to stick with this length. And yeah I usually would have had some sort of pocket square, but rushing and watching the game while getting ready it completely slipped my mind.



But thanks for the inputs!

 



I was the same way at first then I came to the conclusion that a half break with 8.5" taper works best for me. I used to do an 8" taper but was too narrow and my pants wouldn't even fully go over my shoe
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The week starts with my favorit suit from Oxxford clothes. I am very satisfied with the fit of the trousers.

 

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The week starts with my favorit suit from Oxxford clothes. I am very satisfied with the fit of the trousers.

 

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Very nice suit and over all it, and the trousers fit you in a superb way.

I'm not so sure about the shoes with this suit. To me they are too causual.

The suit, tie and PS-combo is a nice colourmatch.

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@Roy Al
Jacket, pants, and shoes work. That shirt is not meant for a tie (the width of the stripes being too close to the width of a tie). Pocket clashes with the jacket (smooth to its rough, cool to its warm). Jacket sleeve is too long.
 
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Not sure about that shirt.....eh.gif



Yo.
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It´s definitely autumn in germany

 

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Hey Don...that guy standing next to you looks just like you, didn't know you had a twin brother.  Great looking outfit my friend.  richard10

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@Roy Al
Jacket, pants, and shoes work. That shirt is not meant for a tie (the width of the stripes being too close to the width of a tie). Pocket clashes with the jacket (smooth to its rough, cool to its warm). Jacket sleeve is too long.
 

this. trade that for a solid shirt and your in business.

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clags, i meant to say, that background is pretty damn cool.
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too tired for a tie monday. A fussy baby and a sick wife made my night miserable.
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too tired for a tie monday. A fussy baby and a sick wife made my night miserable.

Pants?
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WHO NEEDS PANTS!!!!


nice combo derk, hope the home life gets back to normal.
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Braddock, this is perfect. And it is an object lesson in when and how to wear a colourful pocket square.

Amen!!!

ps Derek, I feel your pain. I'm so happy those days are loooong behind me. Hang in there, you'll make it.
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