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The fit of that jacket is just aggressive enough to balance out the old-fashioned looking fabric, keeping it quite modern in appearance. Fun!
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Are the trousers seersucker? If so, I'm not sure they go with that tie; something navy-ish would be better. The same top half with tan/khaki coloured trousers (even brown seersucker) would be fun though. Always enjoy your pics, keep 'em coming! I have absolutely no idea what unconscious impulse caused me to pose like this... must be feeling in an expansive mood
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End of a long day, crappy iPhone pics... ironic, as I just returned from a photography class.


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Beautiful SC!! If I may ask: brand, price, where purchased, etc??

I'm in the market for those type of jackets myself.
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Isn't this an old picture? I remember a discussion going on about whatever you are drinking--a Negroni wasn't it? Or maybe it is just the same restaurant. Feeling some deja vu.
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Spoo, since you're at my service now , I'm requesting that you continue to take your photos outside instead of in the sun/playroom. The backlighting obscures color and fit details.
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I really like this. The SC is spot on, great fit and lovely pattern. As I really need glasses but don't like the ones I got (which leads my vain ass to go through the world half blind) I would like to know what brand those are, as they look like the kind I would be going for.

The glasses are Paul Smith sunglasses from S/S '09 that I put photochromatic lenses in. I got them to replace a pair of Wayfarers because the Paul Smith frames are logo-free and have a slightly different shape that I have yet to see on anyone else.

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I think the are Non-Prescription glasses. Most of the frames got two dots on the side of the glasses for recognizing, but i might be wrong thought.

I may look like a hipster, but I actually need these to see...

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The fit of that jacket is just aggressive enough to balance out the old-fashioned looking fabric, keeping it quite modern in appearance. Fun!

Thanks, Holdfast! Most of my clothes aren't actually that trim-fitting on me - I'm just really thin!
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Spoo, since you're at my service now , I'm requesting that you continue to take your photos outside instead of in the sun/playroom. The backlighting obscures color and fit details.

I agree 100% - but you explain that to Mrs. Spoo while running late for work and packing up BabySpoo in the car for a doctors appt. Im lucky she took the pics at all
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ridiculous pants require ridiculous facial expression

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Love this Panta tie, but I have to admit to finding it difficult to knot!
-TTO

Wham! And, yeah, my Pantas occupy at least 20 minutes of my day with "attempts" at knotting.

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- B

Bastard.

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I have absolutely no idea what unconscious impulse caused me to pose like this... must be feeling in an expansive mood


I see you finally surrendered and chose a tie that works.

Mike
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Love this Panta tie, but I have to admit to finding it difficult to knot!
-TTO

yes that is a serious problem. to aleviate your stress i say you pass it along to me and ill worry about it


besides the green socks youre looking very serious the past few days. lots of skull f.. cracking huh?
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ridiculous pants require ridiculous facial expression


Stanley, this is AWESOME! Deets on the pants?
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Stanley, this is AWESOME! Deets on the pants?

Epaulet Stewart Black Tartan
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Suggestion: Start a B&S tripod fund
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I agree 100% - but you explain that to Mrs. Spoo while running late for work and packing up BabySpoo in the car for a doctors appt. Im lucky she took the pics at all
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
I see you finally surrendered and chose a tie that works.

Mike

+1. Looks great, HF. I'd try other textures in ties as well.
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@harry It's a shame the full body shots say nothing about the cloth. Your deets pic hints at a totally different story.

Crappy iPhone's the best I can do

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I'm not sure about your shoes, but your db blazer and watch are really nice .

It's one of those pet favorites that others don't quite like but is your favorite nonetheless. Got those Barkers last September and probably wear them more than any other shoe.

Thanks for your kind words on the rest though.

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Originally Posted by A.J.V View Post
I like the jacket but I think this look could benefit from a nice (i.e blue) tie.

Couldn't agree with you more (navy blue or burgundy pindot would have been great). Unfortunately attire at work is business casual - no one wears ties and I'm pushing the envelope with a DB jacket for sure.
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