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I've seen enough pics of a Bentley Continental to last a life time now.

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You know I couldn't tell. There wasn't enough pictures of the car. [...]

:D

 

Sadly, of all forms of humor, irony is the one least likely to survive in the hostile environment of the internet.  Pity.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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I'm a little late to the party here, but it's worth saying again--this is just outstanding.

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thanks, TC.
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Barbour
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Hartford
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This snow sucks, but at least you look pretty good.
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I would have expected Spoo to have been in a three-piece bespoke snowsuit.
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@in stitches, I am going to say it yet again, since I've only just seen it - superb jacket and an excellent fit all round - these beige-brown combinations suit you very well. One minor detail - because you are at the level where minor details matter - I agree with Pingson that the white PS was a sub-optimal choice here and that a darker PS would have made this absolutely impeccable.

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Sadly, of all forms of humor, irony is the one least likely to survive in the hostile environment of the internet.  Pity.

Cheers,

Ac

Irony? Oh, you mean like 'coppery' and 'bronzy', right?
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Feeling like a white shirt would have been better. C'est la vie. Re: red tie - I fall into the Cantabrigian camp on that one.
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@Sugarbutch - are those Dinkenlackers?
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Grading all day.  All patterns, all over.  I've never tried this before.  I think it lacks contrast i.e. the colors are a bit muted.  Maybe a navy tie would have been better.  The tie is new to me from eBay: Brooks Brothers grenadine.  Pants are herringbone.  

 

Also, this overcoat was one of my first thrift finds out of college.  Brooks Brothers, $65, no tags, but I think camel hair.  I was going to sell it this month because I didn't like the way it fit me.  I hadn't tried it on in several years.  I like the way it fits now.  What was I thinking?  I might have the sleeves lengthened a bit.  

 

 

 

 

 

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You know I couldn't tell. There wasn't enough pictures of the car. I think we need a dozen more from different angles to tell for sure.


Also the car thread is elsewhere. smile.gif

Hey I see you guys have the same taste in belts! smile.gif
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@in stitches
, I am going to say it yet again, since I've only just seen it - superb jacket and an excellent fit all round - these beige-brown combinations suit you very well. One minor detail - because you are at the level where minor details matter - I agree with Pingson that the white PS was a sub-optimal choice here and that a darker PS would have made this absolutely impeccable.

thanks, FM. ill assume you saw my reply to pingson regarding the PS choice. either way, if the only critique is in the use of a plain white PS, i think im doin aight.
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Holdfast, Cotton Dockers, sugarbutch, An Acute Style, et alia:  lots of really beautiful plaids and PoWs.  Warming up for the Friday Challenge?   If so, and if these are any indication, it promises to be a good one.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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I just caught up on the day here in WAYWRN.

My oh my.
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