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Butch,

 

I kind of like it, but I agree - these PS's can do more.  I'm swimming around in old suits, even after adjustment, so waiting for some new clothes, specifically odd jackets that I think will look better with the ostentatious foldage you have in mind.

post #64202 of 78719
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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post
 

Nice jacket,pants and shoes. The shirt, tie and PS I don't like tho.A different color PS and shirt(i think that white) would have helped.

The shirt is white.  Although I probably should of worn a darker tie.

 

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Why have you buttoned your jacket the women's way?

 

 

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I was this close to lecturing you about mirrors and shit when I realised that the pocketsquare pocket would still be on the wrong side even if it were mirrored.

 

Which brings us back to the question: Why have you buttoned your jacket the women's way??

 

The picture was taken at the end of a long night of drinking at my cousins wedding.  I didn't even realize I had it buttoned the wrong way until you guys pointed it out.  Good eye.

post #64203 of 78719
New shirt.
post #64204 of 78719
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post

Why have you buttoned your jacket the women's way?

I'm confused....what's the difference between the women way and the man way?
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Edited by Flyswatter - 11/13/13 at 1:43pm
post #64206 of 78719

hi guise- thanks for the recent likes.  Timo, that collar rox.  Compare it to my BB here :eh:

 

Henry Carter 7-fold repp- :satisfied:

 

 

 

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Vass 3-eye bluchers

Edited by Pliny - 11/12/13 at 4:59am
post #64207 of 78719

 

Hackett shirt.

Richard James tie.

Keeping it British today. ;-)

post #64208 of 78719
That is a thing of beauty.

J
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Just got this jacket delivered in the mail yesterday, and I'm trying it out today to determine if I need to alter it in any way. So far I'm pretty pleased with it, but comments are most welcome nod[1].gif

I thrifted the jacket from our own Dirnelli. It is bespoke by French tailors Cifonell and judging from the marking inside it was made in December 1984 - I find it pretty awesome to wear a jacket that it almost 30 years old.


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post #64210 of 78719

Sunny but very cold weather here in southern Germany. So I decide to wear a pullover under the sports coat.

 

 

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post #64211 of 78719
Something a bit grand to start what will be a very short week - off to London & Florence on Thursday night, for two weeks vacation.

Meanwhile, this evening will be dinner at Villard Michel Richard at the New York Palace Hotel. I believe that I shall pass muster with the maitre d'.

Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Charvet
PS - no name brand
Cufflinks - DVVS, NYC
Braces - Paul Stuart (Trafalgar)
Boots - Paul Stuart house brand (Grenson Masterpiece)
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center
Overcoat - BB
Scarf - New & Lingwood, London


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post #64212 of 78719
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

New shirt.

Very nice, I've wondered for a while if I could get away with that type of collar and tie... maybe I should try.

post #64213 of 78719
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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Just got this jacket delivered in the mail yesterday, and I'm trying it out today to determine if I need to alter it in any way. So far I'm pretty pleased with it, but comments are most welcome nod[1].gif

I thrifted the jacket from our own Dirnelli. It is bespoke by French tailors Cifonell and judging from the marking inside it was made in December 1984 - I find it pretty awesome to wear a jacket that it almost 30 years old.

Looks pretty sharp, length is good, sleeves too...you could get it taken in at the waist a bit if you wanted it more clingy, but it certainly doesn't need it.

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Originally Posted by eviltimeban View Post
 

Looks pretty sharp, length is good, sleeves too...you could get it taken in at the waist a bit if you wanted it more clingy, but it certainly doesn't need it.

I say leave it as is and wear with pride.

post #64215 of 78719
@Pings id let it out if anything. Jacket like that should b loose, casual IMO nice tho
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