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I've nothing particularly significant to say about this outfit. Although I did break out my burgundy Grensons, which I haven't worn since the summer.

 

 

 

 

 

Shirt is Lewin. Tie is Dalvey. Links are Paul Smith. Canali belt. Grenson shoes. Plain white PS (I figured there was enough going on).

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Doin it wit da shoos Clags smile.gif
Is Hober an affiliate? Hober challis square, loving the challis rite now
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Hober isn't an affiliate, but he's definitely SF family. Same with Panta and Post-Imperial. Figured the habit would be a nice gesture, encourage keeping the money in house, etc.

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Minnis mid-grey flannel suit
Fray light blue twill shirt
Kamakura wool tie

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All the pretty little single monks.

 

Claghorn, that jacket cries out for different buttons. Like most of what you post, it's impeccable, but right now, the only things setting it apart from a suit jacket are the pockets.

 

Eviltimeban, I like that more than I normally like gingham shirts with suits. I think it's because your whole look is more Jermyn St. than J. Crew Men's Shop. I might like the whole thing a tiny bit better with Claghorn's tie.

 

AMProf, I like that, though I think the cardigan vest would be slightly more at home with a BD collar and a more-relaxed navy blazer. This is an interesting high/low thing you have going on, and though I like it, it is swimming upstream a little bit.

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Eviltimeban, I like that more than I normally like gingham shirts with suits. I think it's because your whole look is more Jermyn St. than J. Crew Men's Shop. I might like the whole thing a tiny bit better with Claghorn's tie.

 

 

Thanks, I really like Claghorn's tie as well - I agree, a tie with no detail would make the whole thing less "busy".

 

I love Aportnoy's tie as well.

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Thanks, I really like Claghorn's tie as well - I agree, a tie with no detail would make the whole thing less "busy".

 

I love Aportnoy's tie as well.

Not so much a detail issue, as an issue of your tie having a little pattern and very little texture -- and I'm often a fan of items with more texture than pattern (Claghorn's tie), especially when you're balancing something boldly-patterned.

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Taking the new Kamakura shirt and HY trousers for a spin. Also, stripe on stripe. Deal with it.

 

 


 

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Cross post from The Apparel Arts Re-enactment Thread:

This is an old idea of mine, so get out you cameras and get going, gentlemen!
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Rubinacci cashmere coat/yellow trousers by Steven 1Hitchcock, NSM DB ivory linen suit, Loob St James's Nubucks
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aportnoy - looks great, as usual.
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Hober isn't an affiliate, but he's definitely SF family. Same with Panta and Post-Imperial. Figured the habit would be a nice gesture, encourage keeping the money in house, etc.

nice looking fit, and very cool of you to shout out the AVs.

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holy canoli, thanks for all the likes yesterday, gents.
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Poor quality pic taken at work. Pretty "boring" outfit anyway.

 

 

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Horrible light here nowadays, the sun barely makes it above the horizon and for only a few hours to boot. I censored.gif hate living at this latitude this time of the year


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