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Loving every look on this page!

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Jacket with no lining and ocbd :D 

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Great pictures!  Where is that tie from?  Compliments!  Also is your Whiskey tasting only in Warsaw or do you travel to Kraków at all?

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This, my friends, is top notch standing-in-front-of-a-door photography.

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We'll get through this, Stitchy...:embar:

 

Noodles, good tie.  Can you feel your world changing?

 

Clags, that's lovely even without a PS.  The jacket is really beautiful, and I do wish I'd bought that "Thredbo" tie before they sold out...

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That might be, Holdfast. The tie is native, cravatus norwegicus, thus we can communicate in a common language. I wore it today to celebrate the Samí Day which is today.

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CD, that is really nice.
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CD, you've been posting suits lately and I have to say I like what I see. :inlove:

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Today

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(Pesky Pocket!)
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Brooks
Faconnable
Ruggiero
Brian & Barry
Cucinelli
Trafalgar lizard (not shown; I know braces are more correct, but these trou don't have buttons)
Orvis
Panthy
Magnani
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+1 to Noodles' comment.

 

I don't like those coloured edge squares a lot (heresy!), but especially when they sort of match the tie.  Apart from that, this is typically gorgeous.  I am also in favour of slightly shiny neats like this with business suits sometimes.  So there.

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My first, so go easy haha

Hardly HOF, very cold today so I went for layers, tie clip is a little big for the tie, apologies for the crap pic

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My first, so go easy haha

Hardly HOF, very cold today so I went for layers, tie clip is a little big for the tie, apologies for the crap pic

 

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Tie seems a little more formal than the rest of the pieces imo. Maybe something a little more textured/woolen would be more consistent? Also, the knot could use a little work for a good dimple. Can't tell the fit of the items obv from this shot, so I will assume everything fits well.

 

Other than those few small things I like it and think that jacket/cardigan is very nice. I love its unstructured look.

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So i've been super busy but still lurking SF. Just released my spring line and thought it would be cool to share some of the shots I did for the collection.

 

 


 

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:inlove:

 

Welcome back and congrats on the new lines!  I shall definitely investigate.

 

 

(PINGGSOOOOOOONNNNN!!!)

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Nice sunny day, 27C, winter is on its way out.  But I have a new flannel three piece and it has to be worn at least once!




The ETB tribute "bog shot".











And if we're doing flannel, might as well add double-soled brogues...





Family: Antonio Muro tie from Exquisite Trimmings, madder PS from Shibumi, burgundy fil d-Ecosse OTC socks by Mazarin from Mes Chaussettes Rouges.


What's the story behind the alignment of the stripes on the lapel, mimo?
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DC, that vest shouldn't be anywhere near that suit. Truly incoherent on just about every level.
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