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Tweed, dammit. It's just on the edge of being too warm at midday, but I can no longer be denied.



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AAS, This look is fantastic. I would wear it! It's different yet crisp/clean.
 
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Summer's making a comeback.  Going out with a bang.  

 

 

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Tweed, dammit. It's just on the edge of being too warm at midday, but I can no longer be denied.




Tweed in SF? That's #menswear dedication.
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Non alcohol stained casual Friday fit...

Ebonyman, I think that RLBL is too tight/short on you. I see the lapels buckling at the chest
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Tweed, dammit. It's just on the edge of being too warm at midday, but I can no longer be denied.


 

 

Hahaha, I feel ya - here we are reaching 30ºC (86F) at midday, but I'm at the office (with air conditioning) by that time. When I'm on my commute, we barely reach 13ºC (55F), so autumnal stuff is already wearable (thank God, cause my summer fits were utterly tasteless).

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can someone post some pics - preferably in classic menswear

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There is plenty of classic menswear in that link. For example:

 

(insert Labelking joke here)

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I have never seen so many shiny suits per square inch of pavement real estate as I did in Seoul.

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It is, thankfully, a trend that has fallen hard on the wayside. One of the interesting aspects of living in a country with such a collectivist mindset is that every trend is turned up to 11 until it reaches some saturation point and then just disappears. When I moved here in 2009, they were everywhere. Within two years, I was seeing them maybe 1 in 20 suits. Now I go entire weeks without seeing one. Shiny suits have been replaced by short jackets with skinny lapels. I'm half convinced that Asia is the origin of this trend.

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Went to school with blazer and bow tie... 

 

 

 

Went casual in the afternoon...

 

 

Bow tie is unlined silk from Berg & Berg - awesome stuff!

 

The quality of the pictures could have been better... sorry about that.

 - Morten

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Sneak peek of my new Tom Ford suit. I got it for a hefty discount but it still nearly bankrupted me.

 

Will be having the sleeves shortened a little and the pants waist taken in. Also I have to lose a couple of kilos myself.

 

Just threw on a random shirt and tie for this snap. Once the alterations are done I'll try to post a proper fit.

 

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Went to school with blazer and bow tie... 

 

 

 

Went casual in the afternoon...

 

 

Bow tie is unlined silk from Berg & Berg - awesome stuff!

 

The quality of the pictures could have been better... sorry about that.

 - Morten

 

I like it, and I think the colours are nice, but there is too many patterns (jacket, shirt, tie and PS) and that makes it a bit busy. A plain shirt would be better.

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^^

 

I think considering Morten's youth and demeanor it's a perfectly appropriate and fun bit of eccentricity.  If only more students took such trouble.  Sure, it's a bit too bright even for me, but then I've just passed forty and he doesn't want to look like the other guys' dad. :)

 

 

(Diaz, Butch, nice to see those autumnal textures again.  I think along with Pingson, your styles are my favourites in this thread.  But he does have the advantage of living in the Arctic.  Still 38C/100F here, just went for a walk at lunch time and got sunburned...might manage flannel in a month or two.  On which note, nice soot, Coxaca*)

 

 

*How is one supposed to pronounce your name?  When I say it, it sounds rather a lot like "cocksucker".  Shurely shome mishtake?

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Shurely no mishtake. It's a joke handle I first used to log in to IMDB, then shanghaiexpat.com, and now this hear forum. Highly regrettable it is. You may laugh at me.

 

 

p.s. I had that Ian Hislop in the back of the cab once.

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I am reassured of your intelligence if not your good taste :lol:

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