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GMMcL, is that Stitchy's jacket?

Jungle, I'm not generally keen on teal, so I'm not the right person to ask.
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AAS, who you calling short?

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GMMcL, is that Stitchy's jacket?

Jungle, I'm not generally keen on teal, so I'm not the right person to ask.

Its entirely possible, since I think it was found secondhand not far from his demesne.

Why do I detect a tone of disapproval?
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Thank you very much, CD. I like those browns, but I think you could use a little less waist suppression there.

 

Thanks, I'm currently working on reducing the waist portion underneath the jacket to avoid tailoring fees. 

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No disapproval at all. It's just a distinctive piece.
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Only one pattern today.  icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

It was super cold today in NYC.  Had to layer up.  

I also got some new pants from Uniqlo.  Both are tweedy grey 80% wool.  Not bad for $50.  I was hoping the top pair would be lighter, but I don't have many heavyweight pants so I'll keep them.  I have to get these to the tailor along with a few other items.  
New pants. (Click to show)





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Pants, cardigan, and sport coat from Uniqlo.  

Trying for the right descriptor - too many come to mind.

Very quitely classic, Acute. Well done.
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Yesterday at Pitti ... with quite a lot of colors I wear .... but I like ... I choose everything according to my instincts ... and everything is made ​​in bespoke Pirozzi.

 

Obviously vintage tie and pocket square me-I have made​​. Then made ​​in Passaggio Cravatte

 

Gianni, in my view, this would have been perfect if it had been a grey flannel suit (like the jacket). The yellow trousers, while they are beautiful in themselves and would work in a summer outfit or with a different colour coat, are just too reminscent of Ronald McDonald with the (also lovely) red coat.

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Clags: Should I be insulted that you’ve not invited me to discuss shit civilly? I mean, I’m trying not to be insulted, but…
 

I didn't think you were capable of having a civil conversation when it comes to cuffing pants. I'm sure after the second sentence you'd be ranting about how the Cuffless killed Jesus.

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AAS, who you calling short?
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I thought you were 5'9" too.  No?  Also, I said you look short not that you are short.  Important distinction.  

 

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Trying for the right descriptor - too many come to mind.

Very quitely classic, Acute. Well done.

Thanks.  

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Glad to hear it.  N.B. NOBD looks good today.  Just sayin' :smarmy:

My friend, NOBD looks good EVERY day...the bastid.  

 

Just sayin.

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AAS, who you calling short?

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I thought you were 5'9" too.  No?  Also, I said you look short not that you are short.  Important distinction.  

I'm 5'8" you giant! No need to lord it over those of smaller stature... smile.gif

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Clags: Should I be insulted that you’ve not invited me to discuss shit civilly? I mean, I’m trying not to be insulted, but…

 
I didn't think you were capable of having a civil conversation when it comes to cuffing pants. I'm sure after the second sentence you'd be ranting about how the Cuffless killed Jesus.

Sir. I do not rant. And I think cuffless pants are completely appropriate in some situations. So, I now know that I should be insulted.


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Yesterday at Pitti ... with quite a lot of colors I wear .... but I like ... I choose everything according to my instincts ... and everything is made ​​in bespoke Pirozzi.

Obviously vintage tie and pocket square me-I have made​​. Then made ​​in Passaggio Cravatte

I like bold and colourful, but all I can think of when I see this is condiments.
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Yesterday at Pitti ... with quite a lot of colors I wear .... but I like ... I choose everything according to my instincts ... and everything is made ​​in bespoke Pirozzi.

Obviously vintage tie and pocket square me-I have made​​. Then made ​​in Passaggio Cravatte

Let's revive this thread.
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What I wore today for work:
 
- G.abo Napoli jacket
- Morris Heritage shirt, tie and sleeveless cardigan
- Rubinacci Pochette
- Oscar Jacobson Trouser
- DèPio socks
- Cleverley Tassels


Too poor to afford a nice watch, so let us just all imagine there's a Vacheron Constantin on that wrist.
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There certainly are quite a few well dressed Swedes posting here. thumbs-up.gif
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Beautiful photos but especially beautiful tie

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