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I have never seen a pocket square edging quite like this. Unique!


@Tirailleur1 sells quite a few of them. One of them is on its way to me as we speak.

 

http://postimperial.net/


Edited by Claghorn - 12/28/13 at 6:20am
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Enjoying the sunshine with a cuppa on a Saturday morning.
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Crusty, CP, Butch and RTC: thanks for inspiring the experiment: picked this up at G+H; definitely the best neckwear at the service station Burger King...smile.gif
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Hello everyone, this is my first post here.

Been lurking the forum for quite some time now and have found it to be extremely helpful in many ways.

 

I hope you like it.

 

 

Trousers are charcoal POW with burgundy overcheck.

The jacket is actually navy blue in colour and not charcoal.

The boots are oxblood, they work well with the burgundy in the trousers.

 

Feel free to critique or ask...

 

AppleMark

 

 

AppleMark

 

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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post


I have never seen a pocket square edging quite like this. Unique!


@Tirailleur1 sells quite a few of them. One of them is on its way to me as we speak.

 

http://postimperial.net/

 

I like the look of a fringed edge; it's a bit different and I can imagine it working well in some looks. But in those cases, I'd quite like it in a puff rather than a fold, and I've never found a cotton square that takes a good puff. I'd be interested to hear whether T1's stuff is fine/soft enough to manage this well.

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Crusty, CP, Butch and RTC: thanks for inspiring the experiment: picked this up at G+H; definitely the best neckwear at the service station Burger King...smile.gif

 

I'll be showing off a few more soon!
 

 

 

Picked up the bow ties and PS above recently.

(Well the shoes and regular tie too, but the shoes don't fit :/)

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Great shoes! Model# if you don't mind? Or are they MTO (deets)?

http://www.shop.carminashoemaker.com/articulo.asp?idarticulo=3640213
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Crusty, CP, Butch and RTC: thanks for inspiring the experiment: picked this up at G+H; definitely the best neckwear at the service station Burger King...smile.gif

Just so we can see what we're dealing with here.
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Crusty, CP, Butch and RTC: thanks for inspiring the experiment: picked this up at G+H; definitely the best neckwear at the service station Burger King...smile.gif

Snazzy!!!!
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I know that this picture is from awhile ago. Who is the maker of this suit? SuitSupply?
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I know that this picture is from awhile ago. Who is the maker of this suit? SuitSupply?

 

Hello! It's from suitsupply, bought at an outlet store last year. Napoli model, lightweight flannel with pinstriping.

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Roycru added the poll for this week's Friday Challenge. He picked a rather obscure subject, so very few entrees. Which means you guys have no excuse not to vote.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/373293/friday-challenge-do-something-that-doctor-who-does/15#post_6822963

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Thanks for all the comments and thumbs on the last fit.

 

Here's today:

 

 

Of course, feedback is invited.


Edited by YRR92 - 12/28/13 at 8:33pm
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British Modernist Style

Bespoke Wilkinson fedora in Bluish-Grey colour handmade in England this year.
Custom JT. Taylor of New York & Chicago "English Drape Style" navy double breasted suit with grey pinstripes. (Dated 1940)
Luigi Borrelli white jacquard shirt in English point collar.
Ralph Lauren Polo "Brigade of Guards" necktie
Ralph Lauren Polo grey wool socks.
Black Church's cap-toe shoes.

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British Modernist Style

Bespoke Wilkinson fedora in Bluish-Grey colour handmade in England this year.
Custom JT. Taylor of New York & Chicago "English Drape Style" navy double breasted suit with grey pinstripes. (Dated 1940)
Luigi Borrelli white jacquard shirt in English point collar.
Ralph Lauren Polo "Brigade of Guards" necktie
Ralph Lauren Polo grey wool socks.
Black Church's cap-toe shoes.

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