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A wet and warm Monday, due to dry out and get much colder. What to wear, what to wear . . .

Suit, shirt, tie, collar pin - BB
PS - Robert Talbott
Shoes - AE Seven
Raincoat - Burberry
Scarf - Zegna
Hat - Weatherproof


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Have to lose some Christmas fat...

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Great outfit arglist. Tie deets?
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Looks nice and toasty for a day like today...
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Haven't been wearing ties much lately, for no particular reason.

 

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The suit is new too, is TM Lewin, quite happy with it

I'm surprised you got a Lewin both long enough and big enough in the shoulders. What size? What drop? What model? Did you have to have it altered at the waist? If you don't mind me asking.
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I'm surprised you got a Lewin both long enough and big enough in the shoulders. What size? What drop? What model? Did you have to have it altered at the waist? If you don't mind me asking.

 

Not at all. Its a 42 long. The fit is "Bogart" and no I didn't need to make any adjustments to the jacket actually - it was a slightly slim fit and was OK off the peg. I might do a little work with it but for now its OK, fits on the shoulders and is certainly long enough.

 

Trousers were fine too, just let them out a little, altered length etc, the usual stuff.

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London Lounge Mistral hopsack.
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Another Tweed/Cord combo

 

 

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Great outfit arglist. Tie deets?

 

Thanks! Conrad Wu. It's a very light weight fabric, difficult to tie for me. But I love the pattern.

 

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Looks nice and toasty for a day like today...

 

I'm in Switzerland, not as cold as in US at the moment. Still chilly enough to wear a three piece suit.

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Got bored with the lean, went for a new casual pose today (besides, I wore two buttons fastened today, and nobody wants to see that).

 

 

SF Family:
Howard Yount (pants)

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Another Tweed/Cord combo

 

 

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Those are very festive colors but ever since someone pointed out your tie knots I can't help but chime in constructively:

 

You need to learn some of the basic knots and master them because even with your amazing fits, the ties sometimes kill them.

 

I personally started learning how to tie knots watching youtube tutorials and that seemed to work just fine.

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From New Years:

 

 

SF Family:

Sam Hober (tie)

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Those are very festive colors but ever since someone pointed out your tie knots I can't help but chime in constructively:

 

You need to learn some of the basic knots and master them because even with your amazing fits, the ties sometimes kill them.

 

I personally started learning how to tie knots watching youtube tutorials and that seemed to work just fine.

 

I agree, they are about 80% of the way there and then just fall down at the last hurdle. If you get a basic four in the hand knot, and get it looking right, that's a good place to start.

 

Unless its the type of ties you favour, ie the knit?

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SF Family:

Sam Hober (tie)

 

Is there a list of all the SF Family approved brands anywhere?

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