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Great fit icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Are you sure that you are not Vox's long-lost Latino twin? The resemblance is uncanny......

 

Haha thanks! But I guess Vox is a bit older than I am :lol:

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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.

 

Thanks, RDiaz, we (my tailor and I) have experimented a bit with the shoulder width and after the donegal we settled with that particular width. I've had a similar comment on my tumblr and I agree, the coat does have rounded and soft lines resembling the L&L's silhouette, which is a result of both my tailor's style and my own preferences, which leans towards the L&L silhouette.  I'll pass the compliments to him, he'll appreciate it.

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When I got dressed I was a little concerned that tie and socks match (typical #menswear fretting) and it was not until iI was looking at the pics that I realised both also match the over-check on the jacket. Doh! facepalm.gif

 

And the pocket square. :rotflmao: 

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Big birthday bash for a family friend over the weekend. Photo with one of the kids (and spouse) of said party's honoree.

Jeans and suede brogues on bottom.

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Thanks for the thumbs and the feedback. Truth be told, I'm not entirely satisfied with how this vest drapes, buttoned or unbuttoned. But I very rarely wear the full 3 pieces, so it's not worth getting tailored.
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Thanks for the thumbs yesterday guys.





Coat: Herringbone Sydney Hopsack
Shirt: Kamakura
Tie: Henry Carter "Batlow" Repp
PS: Random
Trousers: Henry Carter 4 season prototype
Shoes: Meermin
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I wanted to wear something simple today.  I ended up wearing this.  The pants had a nice line to them this morning.  I was thinking of using these pants for a mtm pair.  After sitting down, the knees got all baggy and bunchy.  Not sure if I should blame the fit or the fabric.  

 

 

 


 

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HC is the kamakura spokesman!
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Monday and the pocket whale.

Panta custom SC
Mattabisch by Kiton shirt
Kiton 100% cashmere reversible tie
Seaward & Stern wool silk PS (thanks pocketsquareguy)
Hierbas de Ibiza
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Ha! It looks like I have stain on the tie that I didn't notice...
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Dat tie, Sugarbutch! Who makes it?

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HC is the kamakura spokesman!

Actually I'm the Henry Carter spokesman smile.gif, but I do love their shirts. Just got 3 more yesterday, 1 x classic white, 1 x knit shirt and 1 x linen shirt for the coming summer.
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I'm on board with your obsession (minus the AE PAs) and I'm slowly building a closet full of gray trousers and navy blazers. Can't get enough of them...ultimate versatility.

Certainly understand the "ultimate versatility" aspect, but why so many? Subtly different shades and textures?
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