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Nice to meet you...both

Multi-quote. Use it.

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Noodles: I am thinking Butch might be right (as he usually is) that you might use a little less waist suppression to make your lapels sit more naturally.  Also, bigger spread on the collar, and in this instance either a stronger tie (burgundy?) or PS.  Or both.  But I like it: blue shirt is warmer, and on its own I rather like the tie.  Edit: Clags is right; a pattern somewhere: even just a pin dot tie if you want to stay super-conservative.  

I get it. I think I am just getting fat.

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Vintage blazer
Ralph Lauren shirt
CT jumper
Riess wool PS
M&S Jeans
Loake shoes
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I can't decide whether I think this worked. Seems like too many right angles. I originally thought to wear a solid grey wool tie, but it was too close in color to the pants. I also considered switching the colors of the tie and square, but a brown tie seemed too matchy. Suggestions appreciated.

 

Plaid on plaid is pretty much always bad.

 

Knits. Emblematics. Repps. Big paisleys. Not plaids or neats. Wool solids would be okay, but gray is a bit boring.

 

Also, is that a gray shirt? That would be an issue.

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Getting a ton of use this past week out of the new sweater:

 

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Rudals, looks good. You have really been stepping up your game.

HF - nice!
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Ok, here's my first look on SF:

 

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The shirt, I do not like.

Suit seems to fit well from what I can tell based on that limited photo.
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Getting a ton of use this past week out of the new sweater:

 

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I thrifted a similar coat in tan.  Nice look.

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Very nice, clean, causal look.  I love the blazer.  I have a similar version. Are the slacks pleated?

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Get two new MTO shirts and one I wear today:

 

 

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As usual two thumbs up.

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Perfect day in Sydney for my favourite summer suit...

 

Brioni s180 light grey suit (with subtle white and pink pinstripes)  

Thomas Mason fabric white/lavender striped french cuff shirt

Kiton seven fold light lavender tie

Charvet paisley pocket square

Di Mella wholecut oxfords and matching belt

 

 

 

 

I like the clean, professional look.  I would have gone with a darker color of the the tie.  Beyond that you have the James Bond look down.

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Just received my new "business" suit from Anthony Hewitt in London.

I live in Irving, TX.  Can you let me know the next time there's an event like this one will be in town.,

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Ok, here's my first look on SF:



Welcome, and we have certainly had far less-auspicious debuts here. It's a little tricky to get a read on the fit of the suit itself because of the way you are positioned and how tight the shot is. In my book, you always get extra points for having the balls to go full-throttle three-piece. I think the power of the suit and the style of the collar both call for a bigger presence for the tie...whether that be a thicker tie, or just trying a bigger knot (I'd start with a Half Windsor and go from there). I like the white pocket square, you might do better with a straight fold as the fit already has a lot of flash to it.


Whatever people tell you (including me) you are still better-dressed today than 97% of men walking the streets. And I am just going to assume that you are not wearing sneakers or flip-flops.
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