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• All Epaulet Everything •

 

Navy herringbone sport coat

Ashland shirt (Gitman collab)

Grey Regimental Twill trousers

Double Monks (Carmina)

 

I really like the shirt.  Makes the whole outfit.  Sweet shoes too!

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I went out and saw Chicago tonight, the show was great

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@Clags - Suit is awesome and I don't mind the width of the leg opening or that there are no cuffs. Rock on Sir. 

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Brown is for farmer

 

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Edit: X-post from the tweed thread:

Some more fotos of the Tweed DB coat:

 


 

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Edited by DonCologne - 9/29/13 at 6:21am
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Been a long time, but special occasion as I got my Yellow Hook tie last week.  Beautiful piece of cloth it is too - glad I got the last "summer plum".  I should mention also that Rob is a thoroughly nice guy to deal with.  I've bought bits and pieces from a few SF affiliates lately and it's definitely the way to go.

 

 

 

Full frontal; details (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Jacket: Canali

Shirt: Tyrwhitt

Tie: Yellow Hook

Trousers and square: generic flannel and cotton respectively

Socks: Mazarin OTC

Shoes: AE shell

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That is way too in focus to be you.

 

(Edit: I saw the spoilered picture. Mimoninity confirmed)

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Originally Posted by DonCologne View Post
 

Some more fotos of the Tweed DB coat:

 

Is it that cold where you are already? Yikes. Anyway, the coat is really nice, but the fit seems a little off unless you're standing a bit awkwardly. Looks as if the balance is a bit off, perhaps?

 

 

 

Surprisingly Busy Sunday:

 

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The trousers look a bit wide in the pics, but are actually one of my slimmer pairs... they don't fall as cleanly as they should though, which is why they never look great, esp. in static photos. One day I'll get a properly fitting pair of light brown flannels but for now, they'll do.

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top half looks great, mimo. hard to tell about the rest.
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Is it that cold where you are already? Yikes. Anyway, the coat is really nice, but the fit seems a little off unless you're standing a bit awkwardly. Looks as if the balance is a bit off, perhaps?

No the fit is realy good. It´s hard for me to stand relaxed when I make the photos. It´s not that cold, but I get some PMs with questions about the coat and today is with 15°C the coldest day in the week. And I want to try the new tweed/deer leather gloves and the shawl I get this week. For the 5 minutes of photoshooting it was ok and after without the gloves/shawl and only with a shirt under the coat I sweat not much.

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Please burn the lunchbox. ;) 

 

On a less snarky note, heavily branded pieces--as in, the brand was made deliberately obvious--are not well received here. Tacky and gauche. If you are really set on owning LV briefcases, might I suggest something along the lines of:

 


Edited by Claghorn - 9/29/13 at 9:06am
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Mr, that lunchbox is born for hating on. :devil: 

 

Heavily branded items like that scream "hey, look what I can afford" and suggest that the owner purchased it for that purpose rather than for reasons related to aesthetic or quality. That may not be the case with you, but that's the vibe it gives off.

 

If the goal is to look expensive--and there isn't anything wrong with that as a goal--I'd posit that the most elegant form of that goal would be: look expensive while also appearing not to care how expensive one looks.

 

Edit: props for being a good sport about it


Edited by Claghorn - 9/29/13 at 9:25am
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G44
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Sunday off to an exciting start!
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

Mr, that lunchbox is born for hating on. :devil: 

 

Heavily branded items like that scream "hey, look what I can afford" and suggest that the owner purchased it for that purpose rather than for reasons related to aesthetic or quality. That may not be the case with you, but that's the vibe it gives off.

 

If the goal is to look expensive--and there isn't anything wrong with that as a goal--I'd posit that the most elegant form of that goal would be: look expensive while also appearing not to care how expensive one looks.

 

Edit: props for being a good sport about it

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