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DC, I feel that the stripes ont he shirt are clashing with the stripes on the suit. Not enough difference in scale and density between the two for it to look harmonious.

 

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After a afternoon nap I change the clothes to my working outfit

 

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Lots of great fits today, Pliny, Pingson, etc. Clags, that is some suit. Very nice indeed.

Bit of a countrified look for me:
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Wow!
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Edited by An Acute Style - 10/29/13 at 4:51pm
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Isaia corduroy patch jacket (part of a suit)
Borrelli butcher stripe shirt
Charvet (ca. 1950s) cashmere scarf (thanks to Reginald Jerome de Mans)
Bergdorf Goodman ancient madder square
Creed Neroli Sauvage
J. Crew Bowery
Gaziano & Girling
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Spoo, love it! You are a genius at color/pattern matching.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

welp, you have to buy what you like, so i cant fault you but i think there is more than enough roon in a wardrobe for both plain blue and more "interesting" patterns. you gotta be you tho.
thanks, mang!!

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not really MC WAYWRN, but i love this new coat and am inclined to triple x post it. please indulge me and forgive my intrusion.
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Looks cozy Stitchy! Unfortunately for me though it's getting warmer everyday as we head towards summer (my favourite time of the year, just not for dressing in tailored clothes), so I'm thinking linen and cotton instead of tweed and flannel.
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This is true. Simple combinations with an agressive fit can be bold. Im more of a "bold" type but I cant wear the bright stuff at work. I do understand this look/fit is not for everyone.

 

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Is that a suitsupply washington half? How is the fit compared to the normal washington? Btw, are those suitsupply trousers as well?

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Thanks for the thumbs and comments yesterday.

Clags, I think you should get larger and lower hip patch pockets for your next commission, but I still like that suit.

AAS, a solid shirt would do wonders for that fit.

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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Looks cozy Stitchy! Unfortunately for me though it's getting warmer everyday as we head towards summer (my favourite time of the year, just not for dressing in tailored clothes), so I'm thinking linen and cotton instead of tweed and flannel.

oh its cozy all right!

brunello 100% cashmere. THANKS SPOO!!!!!!

good luck with teh summer wardrobe. smile.gif
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Epaulet suit

moderntailor shirt

McNairy tie

Loake shoes

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sounds interesting..  had an American lecturer in music 101 at uni and his enthusiasm for the classics was infectious.

Also dig your jacket.

 

 

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Grabbing a quick cuppa before heading out to give a talk at a music society luncheon.

 

 

 

thx man-  and thanks to all for the likes.  

 

really love this jacket rite here

 

Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post
 

Lots of great fits today, Pliny, Pingson, etc. Clags, that is some suit. Very nice indeed.

 

Bit of a countrified look for me:

 

 

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very nice SVB   great fit.  

Reclining on an unmade bed next to a louche beauty would be nice also. 

 

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Epaulet suit

moderntailor shirt

McNairy tie

Loake shoes

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^Thanks, Pliny. I can say the same for yours!

 

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Epaulet suit

moderntailor shirt

McNairy tie

Loake shoes

 

SVB - I think that suit fits and looks the best of what you have posted here in the past days/weeks (I'm assuming the trouser billowing is just downtown LA rooftop wind and not excess material).

 

Looks good!

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He's carrying too much shit in his front pockets again, which is throwing off the hang of the strides. I told him about that last time. If possible, carrying phone and or wallet in jacket pockets will help with this. I prefer not to have something that gives off radiation right next to my nut purse, but horses for courses eh?
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Stitchy I do agree with your comments. It is almost impossible to do any further alterations which sucks but I just need to wear it as best as I can. I am constantly moving around so I dont mind my clothes being a little full but in the future I need to get smaller stuff as I have it all made for me. That was a 44R and now I am going to move to a 42R for a closer fit
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Stitchy I do agree with your comments. It is almost impossible to do any further alterations which sucks but I just need to wear it as best as I can. I am constantly moving around so I dont mind my clothes being a little full but in the future I need to get smaller stuff as I have it all made for me. That was a 44R and now I am going to move to a 42R for a closer fit

ZOMG I ALSO MOVED FROM A 44 TO A 42!!!!


sucks having to re-up on clothing, but worth looking better and being more healthy.
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