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Those are better than what I thought. With that suit you need some wingtip derbies, or split toe norwegians, even some derby boots. It is a bit of a casual suit that calls for such shoes.

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Also those socks gotta go.

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YES!

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Well, most people don't. That's the fun of this forum, a space to think about such things. FWIW, I think I know a lot about dressing, but I am an authority on nothing. Just one man's perspective.

this.

also agree with pB about the spectators.
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style forum.

I am sorry, but I don't understand. Could you explain?
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Slightly more interesting up close.

 

Tie is, oddly enough, Unipair's house brand, made somewhere in Italy. Wool silk blend, partially lined with hand-rolled edges.

 

SF Family:

Unipair (tie)

 

 

 

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A challenging SF debut. I laud you pulling off a tough shirt to work with.


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Slightly more interesting up close.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Tie is, oddly enough, Unipair's house brand, made somewhere in Italy. Wool silk blend, partially lined with hand-rolled edges.

 

SF Family:

Unipair (tie)

 

 

That´s an absolutely winner!

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X-mas holidays are over and this is my outfit for the nightshift this night.

 

 

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what I wore for christmas. jacket due to global warming omitted.

 

clan aran turtle neck cable knit

luxire flannel odd pents

crockett & jones islay in scotch grain

 

 

 

 

 

luxire trouser deets:

 

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Edited by clapeyron - 12/29/13 at 5:35am
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Nice DonC. I like both fit and colours.

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Cleav- do u know anything about this tweed?  make a nice coat IMO.  go the suede BTW

Plny, thanks and sorry for the tardy reply.

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I got it a couple of years ago and had it altered accordingly, only thing i wrestle with is the width of lapels. Also, interestingly the tickets came with it, stashed in the breast pocket. Nice bit of provenance.

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A challenging SF debut. I laud you pulling off a tough shirt to work with.

I was impressed as well.

Nice fit today, btw.
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Sorry about the slippers, but they're more comfy when walking about in the apartment (just imagine a pair of brogues).

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what I wore for christmas. jacket due to global warming omitted.

clan aran turtle neck cable knit
luxire flannel odd pents
crockett & jones islay in scotch grain Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










luxire trouser deets:


trouser deets (Click to show)





























Ok, I'm getting some Luxire pants done.
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Two hastily taken pictures upon returning home from church.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Slightly more interesting up close. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Tie is, oddly enough, Unipair's house brand, made somewhere in Italy. Wool silk blend, partially lined with hand-rolled edges.

SF Family:
Unipair
(tie)


A challenging SF debut. I laud you pulling off a tough shirt to work with.

As always, Clag demonstrates that simple details and good tailoring make for good taste and style.

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X-mas holidays are over and this is my outfit for the nightshift this night.
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One of your best posts, Don C. Everything is well coordinated, and the fit is superb.


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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

what I wore for christmas. jacket due to global warming omitted.

clan aran turtle neck cable knit
luxire flannel odd pents
crockett & jones islay in scotch grain
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




luxire trouser deets:

Words are inadequate to describe or to offer praise. The details, the imagination, and the tailoring make this "casual" outfit magnificent. These trousers are amazing. Certainly, 2013 will be known as the year that Luxire trousers were discovered. The C & J Isaly boots are to covet. I had a chance to see these boots when I was in Chicago. They are absolutely beautiful. Alas, they did not have my size. It's just as well; I really did want to pay my bills in December. Even the slippers are cool. Clapey never fails to deliver the goods.
Edited by clarinetplayer - 12/29/13 at 7:49pm
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Sorry about the slippers, but they're more comfy when walking about in the apartment (just imagine a pair of brogues). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Cool slippers!
Nice tie and shirt combination! Love the tweed.
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