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Very nice suit, what fabric is it?

Thanks

 

Its bespoked and fabric is from Drapers Golden Selection. Bespoked here is quite cheap, USD500 for a fully canvassed suit (excluding fabric).

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I don't know how he will top this one. He might as well come back with a different user name

 

Thanks guys for the comments; I actually have a similar one in light grey which I think is nicer =)

 

@DerekS, you are right.The PS is Tom Ford while shoes (if anyone wants to know) is EG Asquith. Bag is from Wood & Faulk

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Its bespoked and fabric is from Drapers Golden Selection. Bespoked here is quite cheap, USD500 for a fully canvassed suit (excluding fabric).

 

Thanks guys for the comments; I actually have a similar one in light grey which I think is nicer =)

 

@DerekS, you are right.The PS is Tom Ford while shoes (if anyone wants to know) is EG Asquith. Bag is from Wood & Faulk

 

Gods, I had heard bad things about Malaysian tailors, but 500 for a suit that nice is truly impressive. How was the bespoke process?

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I might well be and certainly I like a bit of pink myself, but that is not a good tie (and also not well tied), and it may be just the lighting in your photograph, but there's something about the overall impression of the colours you've used that adds up to a feeling of somewhere between beige and puce, which makes me feel a little queasy. I think the shirt is the main reason, but the cobalt / turquoise overstripe in the jacket and the brown pants plus the shirt and tie just doesn't work. I would have worn a different coloured shirt, not something related-to-but-not-quite-pink, if you really wanted to wear than tie, or a different tie with that shirt (but ideally neither, together or apart). :)

 

Thanks for the feedback. The tie is indeed a bit on the bright side. But how is it not well-tied? Curious to know.
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I know some may say the pattern on the tie is too close in scale to the pattern on the shirt, but I really like this combination.

That's indeed precisely what I was about to write, hehe.
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Gods, I had heard bad things about Malaysian tailors, but 500 for a suit that nice is truly impressive. How was the bespoke process?

 

The process was great since Ive made some suits with him before. It takes approximately 3 months for a fully canvassed suit including fittings.There are only 2 tailors worth trying in Malaysia to me who will not rip you off and I have had the pleasure of making suits with both. 

 
They ,upon request, will shape canvass according to your shoulder line, and not use ready made shoulder pads. If interested, I can show you a picture of the shoulder line minus shoulder pads 

 

Next project is a royal blue H Lesser Lumbs Golden Bale and a light brown (almost grey) DB from Harrisons Conquest =)

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Out to dinner this evening, then drinks with friends from out of town.

Suit - BB
Shirt - BB MTM
Tie - Paul Stuart
Collar pin - unknown origin
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations, NYC
Braces - New & Lingwood
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand


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Nice Jacket!

Deets on the jacket?
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In my opinion, this was done extremely well. I am curious about what color you went with on the pants.

thanks!! trous are almost the exact same brown as spoo is wearing here.....
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This is a very casual napoli inspired 3/2 triple patch pocket shirt sleeve cashmere/silk blend jacket that I usually dress down. Curious how it plays with this cut away collar, formal Hober tie and silk square.



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On tonight's outfit: I just got a suit back from the tailor today and thought I would give the "Friday Challenge" style a shot! I tried to keep in mind the great advice I recently received! Hated to wear the same shoes again but I thought they filled the casual suit role well.

 

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Excellent outfit Sir Well done.

 

Nitpicks: Pocket Square missing.

Thoughts: Tie could be 10mm shorter. Jacket lapel gorge is low but that is a style option. Collar and tie knot fit is awesome. Jacket and Trouser fit is also really good.

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Photographed by Khalil Musa at Gieves & Hawkes' launch party for Rose Callahan & 'Natty' Adams' new book 'I am Dandy: The Return of the Elegant Gentleman'. ( others from the event can be found on the Gieves facebook page, Rose's Flickr acount & various blogs around the web...)
-TTO
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This is a great monochromatic look!  And the use of different textures and patterns is fantastic!

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Excellent outfit Sir Well done.

Nitpicks: Pocket Square missing.

thats part of the friday challenge...no pocket square can be worn. My nitpick is the gorge seems a bit low.
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This is a great monochromatic look!  And the use of different textures and patterns is fantastic!

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