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What do you mean, "that time of the year?" We figured that is the way you dress for dinner every night, except on Casual Friday, where you merely wear a dinner jacket.

Me thinks you have me confused with Lord Grantham....
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No...even he has given up White Tie except on the most special occasions.
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No...even he has given up White Tie except on the most special occasions.

Sad, isn't it?
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It's those kind of attitudes that put a lot of valets out of work!
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Outfit for tonight
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Comments welcome.

To pile on, do you really want feedback? My guess is that following feedback here will likely require you to give away or sell everything in that picture.

You might be able to keep the suit. Goldish ties with jaquardy patterns don't get much love here. The shoes look like a womens'-wear interpretation of mens shoes.
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To pile on, do you really want feedback? My guess is that following feedback here will likely require you to give away or sell everything in that picture.

You might be able to keep the suit. Goldish ties with jaquardy patterns don't get much love here. The shoes look like a womens'-wear interpretation of mens shoes.


Save it for a wedding.

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I love waistcoats with lapels. This fits perfectly with the patch pockets. May I ask who makes this suit?

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It may be a moot point for practical reasons (and I hope I'm not out of line for saying so), but it looks like your tailcoat could fit better. The sleeves could be narrower, and the chest seems just a little loose fitting for the formality of that type of coat. Very handsome all the same though. What's the occasion? Nice to see some white-tie in the thread. As an orchestral musician, full evening dress is my CBD :bigstar:

 

Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

It's that time of the year again....
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zeBanker

 

It local bespoke (Moscow) 

Fabrics - H&S

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Taught Physics today.  The cardigan is black watch too.  

 


 

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I love quantum physics! biggrin.gif
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AAS, there's a lot going on in that fit but I think you pulled it off very well (except maybe the fun socks...LOL)
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I love quantum physics! biggrin.gif

 

I think my style is like quantum physics sometimes.  Super weird and incompatible with classical ideals.  :revolve:

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AAS, there's a lot going on in that fit but I think you pulled it off very well (except maybe the fun socks...LOL)
 
Thanks.  I think so too.  If I had to do it again, I'd change the socks.  
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Originally Posted by zeBanker View Post

I love waistcoats with lapels. This fits perfectly with the patch pockets. May I ask who makes this suit?

yes me too. when has Victor ever not looked completely badass?
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The second time I am trying out this jacket in this thread. Feedback - positive or negative - is welcome as always.

 

Pants are navy needlecords, tie is dark grey wool.

 

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Me likey velly much, except maybe for the pocket square, which despite being beautifully arranged, seems to have no apparent link to any other element of the outfit - well, maybe there's a textural link.

 

If it had just been a bit darker, as in burgundy or maroon, I think it would have worked better. As it is, just too bright and distracting. But a minor quibble.

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