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Autumn in Shanghai.

Probably should have entered this series in the "scarf" comp.
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Nice put together, Cox.
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Almost robo-posing today....



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Beautiful!
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I get it, even though I'm the one wearing one! It depends on the tie I guess, and what its worn with. You might just blanket hate yellow ties. I quite like this one as I like the detail and the blue colour spots in it. I wear it very infrequently however. In fact I don't think I've worn it for six months.

P.S. I'm 1.5 years away from being 40 - maybe I get a concession? smile.gif  
I may hate yellow ties like I hate the Dallas Cowboys,however, if you can pull it off well then thats all that matters. There are things here that I would never wear but some members here do a masterful job of incorporating whatever they want and look great. I am still trying to break away from solid white shirts and white PS.

 

I agree with you - I notice a lot of posters here wear SCs and trousers - I never have in my life, and certainly in the working world where I'm from it would be extremely uncommon to wear a SC in the office. Its suits all the way.

 

However, I do admire the SCs that are on view here, for the most part!

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This shirt. Will not give me much love in here.

 

 

 

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at least you covered up most of it. tongue.gif

i dont think its all that bad in the context of your fit, even though such a saturated blue does tend to be a difficult shade to pull off with a jacket and tie. ime that is.
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My first patterned shirt as I try to branch out of solid shirts and be more creative in keeping up with Clag's teachings. Feel free to chime in 'cus I'll need to know if this works or if I did this right. Appreciate it all.

 

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Coffee is Italian.:)

 

Trust me, it isn't. :D

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Not right now, but not long ago:

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Trust me, it isn't. :D

 

Whilst I won't doubt your Milan-based coffee opportunities, this particular place is owned and run by Italians and they import the coffee directly from Italy. They even play Italian radio stations. I guess its about as close to Italian coffee as I'll get here in Dublin town!

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rudals, i dont love the double stripe of the check up close, but that is personal thing. the combo looks great. really well done.
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Not right now, but not long ago:
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I think this could have been a killer look with a navy (preferably solid) tie. It would also have worked better with the square
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My first patterned shirt as I try to branch out of solid shirts and be more creative in keeping up with Clag's teachings. Feel free to chime in 'cus I'll need to know if this works or if I did this right. Appreciate it all. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)









I would suggest striped shirts if you want to incorporate patterns, candy striped if you are less adventurous and butcher striped if you feel a little more daring. Graph check shirts can be pretty hard to to get right (although your example looks OK to me). I have a graph check shirt myself and I almost never wear it, striped shirts however, I wear a few days every week....
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Have this blazer I really really dig, but had no idea what to pair it with. Got some help from some great folks (hat tip gents in the ask a question thread) but I think it worked out pretty well.

 

 

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You lookin' at me, punk?

 

Texture/tie area close up. And yes I know I know, I need PS'. I'm workin' on it!

 

 

Break shot. (they don't crease like that when walking)

 

Socks are boring today.

 

 

 

 

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This entire getup was around the blazer because I think it's awesome. It's a wool Strathmore blazer by Anderson Little, which means it's probably mid range-ish. Fine with me. Black was the safe choice so I went with it for shoes and pants. The blazer is loud enough as is.

Pants aren't notable, but they're volcom. I think they look good though. After wearing these, I think I'm going to start buying longer pants because I like the way it looks when the pants kiss the top of the shoes. They flow better that way. I like showing my socks and shoes with less length. Anyway, all my chino's/khaki's might be a little shorter, but I'll definitely go the right length for slacks.

Shoes: Made in USA JM's. They're really comfortable.
Paul Frederick Tie. Express slim fit shirt. I like the collar.
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I think this could have been a killer look with a navy (preferably solid) tie. It would also have worked better with the square
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I badly need to add a solid navy and solid burgundy. Pretty basic, I know, but presently lacking as my solid navy was lost to a coffee spill and the burgundy I just no gots.
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Did a quick DTO (at least of the pose) of one of the four classiest posters here (upr_crust, clarinetplayer, Holdfast, and of course you, dear reader)

 

Pants are Wolf vs Goat. @Mauro has done a couple of pairs that are very MC friendly and obscenely well made.

 

 

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A good deal of handwork, canvassed waistband. Just really, really good pants. I cannot recommend these enough.

 

 

http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/collections/bottoms

 

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