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Oh man, reminds me of that time I found out people don't really wear onions around their necks in France...

Or berets!

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@Pliny

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Bit embarrassing judging by you lot! Suave mo'fo's...

Hard to see much in terms of colours and fit since the lighting is rather poor, but I would suggest a wider tie (to match lapels on the jacket) and a shirt collar where the points are longer so that they extend under said lapels......
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The first working day of a four-day week, and 4-6" of snow are predicted to fall by tomorrow morning, accompanied by much colder temperatures. Today's attire reflects this - raincoat, and beater shoes (with rubber overshoes packed for later).

For the record, I'll be moving, temporarily, to another weather pattern in about a week - will be in central London from the 30th of January through February 2nd, then five nights in Marrakesh - a whole new adventure.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Lewin
Tie - BB
Cufflinks - Turnbull & Asser
PS - PRL
Braces - Lewin
Shoes - Mezlan
Raincoat - Burberry
Scarf - Johnstons
Hat - Weatherproof


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I don't know why my firm decided to open today when even the feds are closed due to the Polar Vortex snow storm...pix when I get in the office.
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I don't know why my firm decided to open today when even the feds are closed due to the Polar Vortex snow storm...pix when I get in the office.

 

The feds close if there's even a chance of the weather sneezing at them. And up here in the northern climes, we laugh at how adorable it is when DC has 'weather'.

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You really have to go outside the cities to see folk wearing aran sweaters and the like - and for the most part they are farmers so their clothes are dirty and worn out.

 

In Dublin the only ones wearing flat caps and aran sweaters are tourists thinking they are fitting in! :rotflmao: 

Will have to remember this when I visit! Gawd....hollister has made it to Ireland?

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It's always nice to blend in when travelling.  ETB is right, the Irish never wear big woolly jumpers.  Authentic paddywear is far more CM actually, as ETB demonstrates every day: here's another example of the street styles you might wish to emulate.  No, don't thank me.  I consider it a basic courtesy to share my insights and wisdom with a brother man.

 

 

I'm going to Jordan tomorrow for a couple of days.  Just need to pop out and buy a fez and some curly slippers...make sure I slide under the radar, eh?

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The first working day of a four-day week, and 4-6" of snow are predicted to fall by tomorrow morning, accompanied by much colder temperatures. Today's attire reflects this - raincoat, and beater shoes (with rubber overshoes packed for later).

For the record, I'll be moving, temporarily, to another weather pattern in about a week - will be in central London from the 30th of January through February 2nd, then five nights in Marrakesh - a whole new adventure.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Lewin
Tie - BB
Cufflinks - Turnbull & Asser
PS - PRL
Braces - Lewin
Shoes - Mezlan
Raincoat - Burberry
Scarf - Johnstons
Hat - Weatherproof


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I'm at the coast of Morocco at the moment, going back to Marrakesh in a couple of days. It's truly an amazing city! I would recommend wearing clothing and footwear that you don't mind getting dirty, and pack a sweater or jacket for the evenings. For example, I'm wearing a linen shirt, navy chinos and loafers at the moment.

Do try the food stalls on the central square, and make a reservation at GastroMK in advance if you're looking for something nicer!
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This is generally what happens on Irish farms:

 

 

and yes, Hollister is here. Depressingly so. Popular amongst a certain group of youngsters known as "D4" or South Dublin types (ie. posh rich kids).

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Stitch are you hitting the sauce again?
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i was feelin good last night.
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Hard to see much in terms of colours and fit since the lighting is rather poor, but I would suggest a wider tie (to match lapels on the jacket) and a shirt collar where the points are longer so that they extend under said lapels......

this

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mimo thank you for not wearing that shirt in the FC.

pliny that is superb.
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Cold here in Holland good use for my LP Martingala, bought last week.

 

 

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

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Wrong tie and knot issues today, that aside:

 

 

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It's good, jungleroller, but make it more classic -- argyle socks, a more pronouced repp, and if those are a poplin shirt and worsted trousers, then go for oxford cloth and flannel or cord/moleskin.

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I don't know why my firm decided to open today when even the feds are closed [...]

 

Perhaps your firm needs to transact some business that is best done when the feds are closed?

Perhaps they're not telling you something.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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