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Thank you! The colors are: Cream jacket, white shirt, white square, navy blue cotton trousers, grey/green canvas-over-leather boots. For me, exceedingly formal.
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Thank you! The colors are: Cream jacket, white shirt, white square, navy blue cotton trousers, grey/green canvas-over-leather boots. For me, exceedingly formal.

that sounds very cool. wish i could see it. frown.gif
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beautiful combinations and fantastic double-breasted ... congratulations

Many thanks.
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Quite a warm day for November 1st here in NY.  Feeling a little springy.  

 

 

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After the last working outfits, now some autumnal outfits

 

 

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I love the shirt, tie, sweater, jacket combo.  I would have gone with a different pocket square though.  I think something more solid would look better.  

 

 

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Not really a fan of a suit on Friday!
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This is a decent stripe on stripe look.  I think the tie knot could use some work though.  I'm not a fan of windsor knots, but can appreciate them.  The double dimple looks a bit sloppy.  

 

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Interesting scarf knot.  Looks almost like a tie knot.  It seems like there's a lot of fabric in the pants cuff.  I think it would look better if there was less material.  

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Today's ensemble.

 

I appreciate any feedback you have to give, good or bad. After all, thats the main reason I started posting in this thread - to learn. But so far I haven't gotten more than maybe one or two comments in either direction. Thumbs up are very nice to get and all, but not very educating (not meaning you should stop with the thumbs up!!) I am haunted by the comment someone gave the_villain or mikael some pages back, that "most bad fits are just ignored"...

 

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I like your fit.  The collar seems to curve outward oddly.  I would recommend collar stays.  The pocket square is a bit overexposed.  Push it in some more.  Besides that looks good. 

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quote name="An Acute Style" url="/t/234255/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iii/63580_20#post_6700719"]Quite a warm day for November 1st here in NY.  Feeling a little springy.  



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You almost made me eat yesterday's words with this one. Jacket, tie (don't do that, you know better), belt, strides and shoes all look good. Shirt, square and socks took it over the edge. You don't have to fully abide by 'red and green should never be seen', but there's a reason why these cliches get started and the green tie clashes with the reds and there are too many patterns with the shirt, square and socks. Maybe a navy tie would have brought this all together?
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At Louvre.
 

 

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You almost made me eat yesterday's words with this one. Jacket, tie (don't do that, you know better), belt, strides and shoes all look good. Shirt, square and socks took it over the edge. You don't have to fully abide by 'red and green should never be seen', but there's a reason why these cliches get started and the green tie clashes with the reds and there are too many patterns with the shirt, square and socks. Maybe a navy tie would have brought this all together?

 

I like AAS "took it over the edge" outfits a lot. It´s his style and it´s unique. It´s much more interesting than the constantly recurring monochromatic navy odd sports coat/grey flanell trouser outfits (which I post from time to time too, because it´s a little bit boring but still a good and classic look). I think with his outfits he express a little bit of his more extrovert personality and maybe he do not want to dress "boring"?

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You don't have to fully abide by 'red and green should never be seen', but there's a reason why these cliches get started...

but it's almost Christmas!! I know because I heard the music in a store this afternoon happy.gif
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Hey everyone hope you had a great friday

 

here's todays outfit

 

 

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Jacket: Brooks Brother

Pants: Brooks Brothers

Shirt: Creery Custom Shirtmaker

Tie: Samuelsohn

PS: Renoir

Shoes: Allen Edmonds Dalton

 

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At Louvre.
 

 

Braddock - I usually find very little to fault in your outfits, but if I am going to quibble at all with this one, it is to say the same thing that was said to me a few months back - that your box tie seems proportionally just a little too big here. But it's a small issue. Otherwise, excellent as always.

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A recent effort:

 

 

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Got rid of the walnut bike toes for walnut pennies instead! (don't know why I love this color)
Square probably too matchy
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Advice/Comments/Recommendations/Any feedback always welcome :)

 

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At Louvre.

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I find the cool/warm mixes here jarring. The socks are especially incongruous and despite how much you love the color those shoes are working against the pants. I don't have a problem with the square, but that tie puts me off.
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I find the cool/warm mixes here jarring. The socks are especially incongruous and despite how much you love the color those shoes are working against the pants. I don't have a problem with the square, but that tie puts me off.

 

Wow, that much huh? Feels like I'm just shooting in the dark sometimes, and it probably looks like that to you guys every time I post. Figured I would pick something up by lurking a bit more. I thought pairing cool/warm balanced one another? Probably just too stark of a difference here then? I figured the tie was more bold so I tried to aim for safer solids with the rest. Also why I chose such a matchy square to avoid competing. Looking at it again, the shoes were probably a bit much. I swear I actually try to think and work at putting it together and it just falls apart evidently.

 

Regardless, GREATLY appreciate the feedback. Hope I can eventually refine my eye a bit more. Back to the drawing board. Thanks!!

 

P.S. I feel like these clothes fit me well, so I suppose that's an improvement! :P

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With every fit your'e looking more and more like some kind of charicature. I look at your pics each day and hope that THIS will be the day when you tone it down and really put together a great outfit, but instead I think youre going in the opposite direction. If matching a tie and pocket square is frowned upon by ... well, everyone, I'm not sure how you continue to get away with all this. The jacket is daring of course but looks good and fits well. Paired with those khakis and/or gray trousers and other more demure stuff it would be a striking but elegant focal point, but when it competes with hat, gloves, socks, etc. it's just waaaaay too much matchy matchy and mish mash. I'm confident that I'm far from being alone in thinking this, but I imagine you're not getting much critique any more because a) you've improved on the peewee Herman sizing recently and b) people just accept that this matchy-matchy bollocks is 'your thing'. So the question now is, are you here to find the sweet spot between your own personal style and yet still take on board criticism to improve, or do you think you just look maaahvellous every day in your daily Black Watch Supervillain costumes and can't resist sharing it all with us?

I like the outfit, but we need him to burn the gloves and the hat (along with his 90's era pleated mom-jeans). 

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