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Just easier to maintain. I need to focus on important stuff (ties)
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great combos timo and conrad. but y no full fit pics?
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Start of a fun week 

My private label tan striped shantung - saw something similar from last night's Boardwalk Empire :eh: 

 

Great! Now I can't wait to have mine!

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Gitman Bros OCBD

Fisherman out of Ireland

Knot Now Houndstooth Bowtie

Citizen Eco Drive

RL Herringbone

Roots Camp Socks

Allen Edmonds Chocolate Suede Wingtips

 

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Great! Now I can't wait to have mine!

That tie is beautiful, I think I know what I'll be asking for christmas!

Do you take Paypal?

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Reprising a favorite fit from last year.
Vintage BB sack
BBGF shirt
Rubinacci tie
BB Milano trousers
LHS
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The jacket looks big in the shoulders or am I wrong?

 

Andreas

 

I'm biased, but I took a big time during my fittings to ensure that the shoulders weren't too big, as the coat have extended shoulders (2cm on each side).

What I believe you're seeing is the right side (the left in the photo), which is not a good indication as I'm putting my hand in my trouser's pocket resulting the "divots", and a good deal of camera distortion (the area where the shoulder are suffers the most from the iPhone camera distortion). Take a look at the left shoulder (right in the photograph), it falls uninterruptedly, almost making a 90º angle with the sleeves. So, yes, the shoulders are extended, but not too big, and the effect is attenuated in real life.

Also, the whole silhouette is not accurately portrayed in that photograph, it has soft and balanced lines. The following photograph portraits the silhouette in a more accurate way.

 

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Reprising a favorite fit from last year.
Vintage BB sack
BBGF shirt
Rubinacci tie
BB Milano trousers
LHS

You always pull together great looks! Beautiful use of colour!

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Good news everybody. I've just commissioned (is there a better word for that? it feels so pretentious) another navy blazer.

You can't have too many navy blazers. A girl asked how many I had a couple months ago, after a minute or two of thought, I replied that I was pretty sure I had fewer than twenty.

J
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Crusty, that hat is great, the real you!

J
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Crusty, that hat is great, the real you!

J

With the weather cooling down in NYC, you'll be seeing a lot more hats in the coming weeks and months. I'm glad that someone out there appreciates satisfied.gif .
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Monday, monday...

 


 

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Jacket, waistcoat and trousers - MTM, Thomas Mahon.

Shirt - MTM , Harvie and Hudson.

Tie - Turnbull and Asser.

PS - Charles Tyrwhitt.

Shoes - Herring.

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Originally Posted by Victor Elfo View Post
 

 

I'm biased, but I took a big time during my fittings to ensure that the shoulders weren't too big, as the coat have extended shoulders (2cm on each side).

What I believe you're seeing is the right side (the left in the photo), which is not a good indication as I'm putting my hand in my trouser's pocket resulting the "divots", and a good deal of camera distortion (the area where the shoulder are suffers the most from the iPhone camera distortion). Take a look at the left shoulder (right in the photograph), it falls uninterruptedly, almost making a 90º angle with the sleeves. So, yes, the shoulders are extended, but not too big, and the effect is attenuated in real life.

Also, the whole silhouette is not accurately portrayed in that photograph, it has soft and balanced lines. The following photograph portraits the silhouette in a more accurate way.

 

 

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I like the extended shoulders on your coats, Victor. Without the sleeves on, it looks very similar to the amount I like for myself. And the silhouette is very "liverano-esque" overall (minus the front darts), pretty nice. You have a good tailor.

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I know there is no love for red ties in this threak, but this 3 piecer just seems made for something really aggressive.

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Turnbull
Cappelli
Unknown square, links
Paul Stuart braces
Panthy
Loake (?) for CT
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Taken quickly this morning before running for my train to Germany!

 

Anderson & Sheppard

Courtot

Drakes

Anderson & Sheppard PS

 

 

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