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This cuff phenomenon I am learning about is baffling. I have two pair of trousers that fit but because they do not have enough material left to re-alter and add a cuff, I want to toss them and start all over. What a dilemma CM has caused!

FWIW I think the whole ensemble looks great, Claghorn. Nice backdrop



Dear Gettoasty
Please don't crawl into the CM hole.

Best regards,
T1
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I fully expect mixed/negative reaction, but it's what I'm wearing today. smile.gif
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It's a nice look...better than 99.999% of casual Friday fits you see.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Brown. Is. For. Farmer.
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DO. WANT.

Great look.

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In other news, this week's POAL IS UP. VOAT NOW!

http://www.styleforum.net/t/363552/friday-challenge-9-27-13-brown-is-for-farmer/0_100
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
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Details on the shirt, please, esp. the fabric, should it be custom.

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Details on the shirt, please, esp. the fabric, should it be custom.

I believe it's a pinpoint oxford fabric from an Australian mill. Great weight to it. I remember being thrilled to find an oxford tattersall. If I ever stumble across any similar fabrics, rest assured, I will be purchasing some more shirts in them.

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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post

Perfect fit. Hope you got the job ..as an older guy, I would have worn black cap toes and a plain square, but you pull it off.
Thanks! Unfortunately the only black shoes I have are a half size too big on me, the heel flops every time I wear them. Bought them off ebay so can't return them either frown.gif


Looks great! I'll be treating myself to one of your suits come graduation in December
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Lovely shirt Braddock, who makes?


Thanks! Shirt is Moderntailor MTM.

Today:

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Originally Posted by Braddock View Post


Thanks! Shirt is Moderntailor MTM.


Today:


Is this one moderntailor as well? Love the collar
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Don, I would have liked a slightly lighter colored sport coat, but that's just me. Looks great. I would definitely wear something like that.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

Brown. Is. For. Farmer.

 

 

 

A++

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That Clags fit seriously is great. Just well done on every front. Suit, shirt, tie, square, shoes... Great all around. Superbly done.
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clags, the leg opening a bit wide for my personal tastes, but it seems to be working for you. beautiful fit.
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Thanks for all the thumbs guys. Both Friday and Saturday.

re: Leg Opening. I'm not a huge fan of the narrow openings; my hips are a bit wide and so I like the extra cloth at the bottom. Also not a fan of no break (which looks great posed, but not as good as a half or full when walking or sitting).

If I had narrow hips and no ass, I'd probably be more inclined to go with the narrow opening. And if I had an awesome sock collection, I'd occasionally sacrifice the break to show it off.
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fair enough. though i think there is a lot of middle ground between between narrow and what you are rocking. but, like i said, i cant do it but it seems to work for you. smile.gif
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