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Love the coat stitchy.

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Love the coat stitchy.


thanks, roger!
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17 or 18 SC; 5 suits (1 is a tuxedo); 20 odd trousers...not enough pocket squares

 

Here's my favorite sport coat - Paul Stuart by Samuelsohn wool/cashmere

 

 

 

full length - ish! (Click to show)
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As someone who virtually never wears BD shirts with ties, you consistently make one of the best arguments I've seen for them being aesthetically acceptable. This is high praise indeed from me, considering my intrinsic bias. biggrin.gif



Light now appears to be thing of the past until next year, so the choice is either grainy photos or weird colour balance. Having said that, these snaps from Saturday & today demonstrate a bit of both... laugh.gif
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I don't think I'll ever share your taste in ties (maybe I have a more typically Swedish taste for simpler patterns/colours). Other than that I really like these outfits.
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DB coat out of Smith Woollens Blue Riband
W Bill Cream linen trousers
Light blue POW-style checked shirt with a dark blue over check
6 year old RL tie


bbigboysdontcryy...I love the db coat, great fit.  richard10

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Yeah, cord jackets are great, if they have a nice cut rather than just being massive. I got this one for a bargain basement price a few years ago at Aquascutum, and have been very pleasantly surprised at how versatile it's proven to be.

 

 

Yup, just steer clear of any tie that looks like it belongs with a suit, and you should be good to go. They're casual beasts.

 

 

Hey, it's been a rather weird week!

 

Though I have to admit that I fairly routlnely get day or date wrong. I don't have any particular reason to remember them (my days are fairly similar), so tend to be absent-minded about them. You know, there's a quick quiz we do to check whether people are disorientated or suffering memory difficulties, and day/date are a couple of the questions we ask. I always have to double-check their answers and once or twice, I've nodded wisely at an answer of the wrong day, because I had it wrong too...  :D

 

Mind you, you'd think I'd remember what day it was today, as I had to collect a new car this afternoon. First car I've owned that actually required me to read the instruction manual to understand half of the settings. When did cars become this complicated? My former car was about a decade old. When I got it, it was pretty much top of its model range and the computer was pretty much intuitive. The new car is today's incarnation of the same model and has easily 20-30 times the complexity in terms of settings and customisability. And from what I hear in the news, in another 10 years time, when I next get round to upgrading, we'll probably all have self-driving cars.

 

 

Whole fit is great. :slayer:

 

 I rented a car this weekend cause I went on a long trip to go fishing at Cape Cod, Mass. I slept when I got back and the car was parked outside my window. At about 4:30 in the morning I hear some car's horn blaring and see lights flashing in the window. I thought to myself "I hope whoever owns that car turns those things off". After a minute I sit up and look out the window and see that it's the car I rented doing that. The key with the alarm button is sitting on a night table next to my bed. I was alone and asleep up until then.

 

 The car quit doing that by itself a few seconds later.

 

:uhoh:

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I got 99 problems but pics in a stairwell ain't one.

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Lovely socks Stitch and a nice combo Cousin. Here's my monday. I really want/need a nice navy grenadine for this suit, but I hope I can find one in Rome. Am going for the first time on wednesday. I hope I will have some time for shopping. If not I will settle for pizza and vino rosso smile.gif
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Thanks for the flowers guys. I just keep going, though never mind the crappy phonepics which I hate myself :\

deets and trying to grab some colour (Click to show)

 

 

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Busy day. Can't stay and chat. Teaching tonight; the "perfect game" continues (0 suit repeat). Feeling bold today.

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HF
Barba
Sciunnach
Unknown silk, hand rolled
Allen Edmonds (belt)
Panthy
C&J

Edit: thanks for the love last week, guize!
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Busy day. Can't stay and chat. Teaching tonight; the "perfect game" continues (0 suit repeat). Feeling bold today.

photo IMG_6324_zps4d110b14.jpgWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
photo IMG_6325_zps16c9c8cb.jpgphoto IMG_6326_zps0ca207f8.jpg
HF
Barba
Sciunnach
Unknown silk, hand rolled
Allen Edmonds (belt)
Panthy
C&J

Edit: thanks for the love last week, guize!

Nice outfit overall, but that jacket is quite long for you, no? (And I'm not one who prefers short jackets.)
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deets and trying to grab some colour (Click to show)
Thanks for the flowers guys. I just keep going, though never mind the crappy phonepics which I hate myself :\

deets and trying to grab some colour (Click to show)






This could be improved quite a bit with some variation in scale between the patterns in the tie and hank. Let's just not talk about the socks... smile.gif
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Busy day. Can't stay and chat. Teaching tonight; the "perfect game" continues (0 suit repeat). Feeling bold today.

photo IMG_6324_zps4d110b14.jpgWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
photo IMG_6325_zps16c9c8cb.jpgphoto IMG_6326_zps0ca207f8.jpg
HF
Barba
Sciunnach
Unknown silk, hand rolled
Allen Edmonds (belt)
Panthy
C&J

Edit: thanks for the love last week, guize!

Loving the texture on that tie.

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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Nice outfit overall, but that jacket is quite long for you, no? (And I'm not one who prefers short jackets.)

Edit: A fair comment. Appreciate the feedback.
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thanks, steffenbp11! great looking suit. would love to see a full pic.
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