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Diggin the shoes CD!  I've got my Merlot AE's on today.  :fonz:

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Noodles, that combo, I like!

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CD, square is this one.
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Today, short lived as my time in the office was due to weather.


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PRL USA, vintage
Zegna
Sciunnach
Drake's
PRL embossed calf belt
Kilgour
Panthy
Magnani
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^ dem boots! Nice, G.
Jacket looks a little short against the pants (but fine against your thumb).
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Thanks, Stitchie. I was thinking about wearing a really dark navy tie (Sam Hober Grenade) but this was the best that I got. People either just hate or love this suit. I don't understand why Zegna would sell such an unconventional suit. Peak lapels but narrow. 
What do you mean "a head on angle?"

im not sure the exact number, but zegna makes about a bazillion suits a year, so inevitably you will find all kinds of different cuts and affectations. from the skinny peak lapel appealing more towards the GQ-eque look of today (no hate to your suit) to ultra formal CDB cuts.

as noted before, by "head on," i meant the camera being level and right chest level, as opposed to the almost upskirt angle you have. more level angles capture the fit better ime. for troo pr0n tho, your angle would be best, but that is neither here nor there.
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At the end of a long, grueling day.
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@clarinetplayer

Wow...if you look like that at the end of a grueling day, I have wonder how you look at the start of a day.
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im not sure the exact number, but zegna makes about a bazillion suits a year, so inevitably you will find all kinds of different cuts and affectations. from the skinny peak lapel appealing more towards the GQ-eque look of today (no hate to your suit) to ultra formal CDB cuts.

as noted before, by "head on," i meant the camera being level and right chest level, as opposed to the almost upskirt angle you have. more level angles capture the fit better ime. for troo pr0n tho, your angle would be best, but that is neither here nor there.
Roger that on the camera angle.
I am never buying another SUIT from Zegna ever again. Ive moved on to Isaia...just better construction...and no, I am not a brand homer.
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your call, but i wouldn't totally write them off, or any brand for that matter. i have a lot a zegna pieces that i really like and wear often.
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Out to lunch:



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Been a while boys. Figured I'd just pop in and say, "Hurro".

Hickey Freeman
Borrelli
Chipp2 Grenadine
The Tie Bar Square
Martin Dingman
Hugo Boss
AE Larchmont




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im not sure the exact number, but zegna makes about a bazillion suits a year, so inevitably you will find all kinds of different cuts and affectations. from the skinny peak lapel appealing more towards the GQ-eque look of today (no hate to your suit) to ultra formal CDB cuts.

as noted before, by "head on," i meant the camera being level and right chest level, as opposed to the almost upskirt angle you have. more level angles capture the fit better ime. for troo pr0n tho, your angle would be best, but that is neither here nor there.

 

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Apparently the dranks are not all out of me just yet.
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Awkward...
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