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

 

 

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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

 

Absolutely love these two.

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I'll post a full shot later, but here's the close up!
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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 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


looks great. im also having a really hard time with the lighting here. before 8AM its too overcast/dark and past 8:30AM the sun is glaring in my spot. frown.gif

that being said, i had to move to a different, less optimal, location in my front yard for this, and i could not get a full pic that did not muddle the SC and tie...

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Nice textures Stitchy! I love the tie!icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Killer shoes, too.
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That jacket. Pushed me over the edge. The next jacket I get will be rust-brown. I'll be in the minority here, but I prefer today's fit far more than yesterdays. Not even close, actually.

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Your fall game is crazy stitchy! Sadly we have no fall and very little of a winter season here in central ca, so I had to give away a lot of my fall gear..killing it mayne! lol

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I'm a little late to this part of the conversation, but I'll just add that you showed examples of well known celebrities. 2 in particular - Clooney and Ford - have adopted a "look" that they keep pretty consistent. Seeing as they are frequent purveyors of late night activities and red carpets, a black suit works. If you also find yourself frequenting these occasions then by all means go forth with your D&G black suit. But for we non-celebs in a regular office environment, black is a no go if you are over the age of college.
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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.

That's a good point; thanks for the input.
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