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Don, looking good. I much prefer the more formal business style to your more "country gentleman"-look. The latter sometimes looks just a little contrived.
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gmledbetter (I don't think I have that right, but too lazy to go back...): I think you need broader lapels so that the width is more proportionate to the length. Looking good, though.

mimo, I don't have a religious objection to the larger tie knots (yours looks windsor-y today), but you gotta cinch it up so that it doesn't collapse on top like that. That's too nice a tie to be tied so poorly.

DonC, that works.
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Spoo:

Well done, Sir!

Nothing screams elegant taste like a Tri-Compax.

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Happy birthday, Clags! Nice-looking fit too.

crusty and aportnoy - great-looking combinations there. very well done.
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What I'm wearing...

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

gmledbetter (I don't think I have that right, but too lazy to go back...): I think you need broader lapels so that the width is more proportionate to the length. Looking good, though.

 

Ha, kinda weird that you got my actual last name. Thanks for the feedback, going to wider lapels will definitely be something I look for in my next jacket.

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Feliz cumpleaños, Clags!

 

And thanks for all the thumbs-up and comments from yesterday's fit!

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Terrific look! Can you tell us about the jacket and waistcoat?
Edes, Im sure.

 

 

Yup. Both are Ede & Ravenscroft bespoke, bought quite a long time ago. I'm pretty certain that the jacket is P&H Glorious Twelfth and the waistcoat might be Fox Flannel I think.

 

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Holdfast, That jacket is terrific, but I'm not sure of the combo with waistcoat which I think is too formal.
Agreed, I don't like mis-matched three piece ensembles, but two of Holdfast's possessions which are outstanding are that blue checked jacket and his navy peak lapel gangster suit with purple tramline stripes!

 

Thanks. For various reasons, I got the waistcoat for a steal (in absolute terms and especially so relative to today's prices) but it's tricky to know how to pair it. The colour is fairly formal, but the material is quite informal, and it's an odd waistcoat after all too.

 

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A good example of a look where I think a multi-point fold works better than a square one would. A puffed silk (different colour/pattern) could work also, mind.

 

 

 

 

I can't keep away from turtlenecks this time of year. They're so easy, and keep me warm without the need for a scarf or coat.

 

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Good Morn' Fellas...
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(The trou are not near as blue as my iPhone thinks)
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A frosty morning in the land of eternal night and aurora borealis.

 

 

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Overcoat, shirt, scarf and PS - CT

Jacket - Royal men's wear, Oslo

Trousers - MTM; Thomas Mahon

Suspenders - Thurston

Shoes - AE

Gloves - Sermoneta, Rome

Hat - Random, Rome

 

 

 

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Good afternoon

 

 

 

 

Cappelli challis once again, end-on-end Mercer shirt, lightweight flannel trousers and cream silk

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Murlsquirl, owen, roy and diaz, looking good.

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day late to the neat tie brigade.








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RDiaz: really great colours/patterns. I still think a fraction more jacket length would suit you (literally only 0.25-0.5" more max), but I promise you that's the last time I suggest it. :)

 

stitchy: nice stuff. By the way, do you do cords? Just asking because that jacket is crying out for them (with a diff. tie obv.)

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