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post #64921 of 75894
I'd rather people in our community get our money. That most are affiliate vendors is moot to me, hence also shouting out to Hober, Wolf vs Goat, Panta, and Post-Imperial when they get worn.

There's nothing wrong with promoting companies you like owned by people you know.

As far as the front page goes: not all AV's get, or can afford, that kind of treatment.
post #64922 of 75894
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Don't they get enough publicity with their affiliate threads? The front page of MC often is choc a bloc with affiliate threads...

By all means do you what you like, however.

I feel if you are happy with their service and products, why not mention them. After all, they are supporting the forum. Just my $.02...
post #64923 of 75894

I am 5' 11" and find the two inch cuffs to be a delightful revelation for me.  Maybe it's my enormous square head, or preference for much higher waistlines than the GQ-mangina trend, but the proportions make me very happy.

 

Today I am wearing a Post Imperial square, in all its ostentatiously-frayed glory, with a tie from Yellow Hook that is probably my favourite.  I love those guys.  I just wish they'd get on with making some more ties - they sell out too quick when I've spent all my money  :)

post #64924 of 75894

Morning gentlemen- lotta win last few pages: Clags, CD, Spooky, Butch, AAS (nice jacket), Fred

 

Grenadine 

Challis

Oxford cloth 

Saxxon wool 

Flannel

Bluchers

 

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post #64925 of 75894
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
 

Morning gentlemen- lotta win last few pages: Clags, CD, Spooky, Butch, AAS (nice jacket), Fred

 

Grenadine 

Challis

Oxford cloth 

Saxxon wool 

Flannel

Bluchers

 

deet (Click to show)

Like the outfit, but not a fan of those socks with it

post #64926 of 75894

Gorgeous, Pliny.  Jacket, tie, PS especially.

 

Further to my comment above, some quick phone snaps of the Pimperial and Yellow Hook on the hoof:

 

 

post #64927 of 75894

The lapels lie flush - it's just my holding the phone out in front of me making it bow slightly, especially in the second picture.  Also, although I suppose a DB looks more formal automatically to some, the four-into-two (as opposed to six), contrasting mid-brown horn buttons and patch pockets were very deliberate choices to keep it a bit more relaxed - only the tiniest scrape of padding in the shoulders too for a more natural look.  That and being an odd jacket, of course.  Anyway, each to his own.

 

What makes you say the sleeves are too wide?  It hadn't occurred to me, but I'm always happy to be enlightened...


Edited by mimo - 11/21/13 at 3:07am
post #64928 of 75894
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post



ill agree with SB here. i think you need to hit 6 feet for it to be optimal. for us shorter and stockier fellows, it does not always work.
ill assume i get lumped in here and say, thanks!

I feel like the hobbit at the prancing pony when I see 2" cuffs.

"They come in pints?"

Also, Spoo, that tie is amazing.

J
Edited by J011yroger - 11/21/13 at 3:15am
post #64929 of 75894
Fit for an evening wedding reception. Shoes are Jeffrey West, not ideal but only black shoes I have at the moment.


post #64930 of 75894
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

The lapels lie flush - it's just my holding the phone out in front of me making it bow slightly, especially in the second picture.  Also, although I suppose a DB looks more formal automatically to some, the four-into-two (as opposed to six), contrasting mid-brown horn buttons and patch pockets were very deliberate choices to keep it a bit more relaxed - only the tiniest scrape of padding in the shoulders too for a more natural look.  That and being an odd jacket, of course.  Anyway, each to his own.

What makes you say the sleeves are too wide?  It hadn't occurred to me, but I'm always happy to be enlightened...
Thanks!
Sleeves are fine IMO. Any narrower and they would throw out the balance with the width of the jacket.
post #64931 of 75894

Caruso SP, New&Lingwood, BB, TTC, C&J.

 

post #64932 of 75894
Carlo Barebra for Lesser tweed saxony by Raphael
Ecru broadcloth shirt by Geneva shirt makers
Rubinacci LH wool tie
Drakes wool/silk square
Vass F last scotch grain whole cuts






post #64933 of 75894

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Originally Posted by tcbrgs View Post
 

Like the outfit, but not a fan of those socks with it

 

I always have that feeling about Pliny's socks. Everything is usually great, and then I get to the socks, and I just think 'why do you do that? It could have been perfect...'

 

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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post


Vass F last scotch grain whole cuts

 

This is all excellent, but those shoes are just amazing...

post #64934 of 75894
Yo.

Edited by CousinDonuts - 11/21/13 at 8:19am
post #64935 of 75894
@ portnoy whatre the odds? same dk brown scotch grains. Mine r on P2:fistbump:

@FM thanks. Ill take that as a compliment. FWIW socks arent as saturated IRL
Edited by Pliny - 11/21/13 at 6:22am
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