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Everything is great but the boots are fantastic!
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Returned from five days off - back to work today. Feh.

Note that cufflinks are not part of the final ensemble - today's shirt was filed in the wrong pile (I separate my double-cuffed shirts from my button-cuffed ones - not always perfectly).

Suit - BBGF
Shirt, tie, & overcoat - BB
PS - Robert Talbott
Vintage watch chain
Hat - Selentino
Boots & scarf - Paul Stuart

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The shirt collar is pretty lame on its own (the points are too short to roll properly), but what about the jacket makes it worse? Is it the distance between the points and the jacket, or something else?

It looks like your shirt collar is sitting on top of the jacket collar
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i can see it even without the quote.

did you accidentally uncheck the import images box before?
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I reposted.

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Monday morning.

CP, I think this looks fabulous and goes up there in terms of my CP favourites posts.

You are certainly pushing me ever closer to the bow-tie edge!
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@clarinetplayer with the churchill dot bowtie! Awesome!

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A detail that I missed when I first saw this picture are the pleats. I like the way in which they lie so flat and neat. I guess that I was distracted by those nifty slippers!

 



They seem to be gaping open to my eye. I'd say those trousers need to be roomier overall, with such a trim fit I'd have gone without pleats.
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No tie today, trying out a new tweed. Wish it was .5"-1" longer.

 

 

 

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BB

BB

ConradWu

Hickey Freeman

BB

 
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Woah, the no break on those pants is awesome!

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Originally Posted by anginaprinzmetal View Post

Looks good HannibalB. Although the jacket sleeves are a bit long, I'd like to see a little shirt cuff.
I would get rid of the hat though.
Just my $.02
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Thanks for the reply. I feel you on the sleeves, it's something that I will fix later.

As for the hat, it was cold outside and I wear my hair pretty short so I thought it might be alright to wear outside.
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interesting Permanent Style post on color coordination today

http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2013/12/how-to-wear-colour.html#.UsHujLTcP3U

 

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I had 3 horn buttons crack, too but Luxire was more than glad to send me replacements. In my opinion that's the trade off you agree to when choosing natural horn over synthetic polyester. There's no affordable NDT for buttons and sometimes one wash cycle is all it takes.

Really clap?  .. really?  I've not had any other horn buttons break.,  + broken at dispatch is not  a button problem, its QC.

 

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shawl collar.:satisfied:  nice fit

 

 

Originally Posted by DonCologne View Post
 

Next business outfit

 

 

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You're really putting it out there lately DC.  This is a bridge too far tho IMO - 2 houndstooths.

 

 

 

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Monday morning.

 

 

 

plain herringbone looks great CP

 

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No tie today, trying out a new tweed. Wish it was .5"-1" longer.

 

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re: length -  patchy = casual, so the shorter length is fine IMO CD.  go great sans tie with say grey flannels + cordo bluchers.

beautiful jacket

 

 

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Plny, thanks and sorry for the tardy reply.
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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lol Tweed to a recital?  love the cloth

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I was just gonna proclaim you winner, but I guess that works too.

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SF Family
Sam Hober (tie)

I like the combo, Clag.
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A little holiday garb:
RLBL suit & shirt
BB tie
Drakes PS
Ballantyne waistcoat
EG Claverton


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Trying it with a green tie:
RLBL tie and BB ps
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on the $s if u going for an Xmas look.

What a nice paisley tie too.  They're hard to pull off IMO, but the subdued mix of colors is :satisfied:

 

 

Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post

A little holiday garb:
RLBL suit & shirt
BB tie
Drakes PS
Ballantyne waistcoat
EG Claverton

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@jhcam8, is that a zoomed out lens in your hand or are you just happy to see me?

 

Lookin' gooddddd :)

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