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Lovely tie doodals
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Suitsupply herringbone sienna (with what looks like a spot of water on the lapel)
Kent Wang unicorn pocket square
Uniqlo cardigan
Drakes tie
Kamakura shirt
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Here goes, my first post in here after many months of lurking. This is what I wore at a friend's wedding reception in Mumbai.

Everything is bought on a student budget until I can afford a proper wardrobe! Couldn't get a full photo as girlfriend can't operate the SLR properly!

Suit- Daniel Hechter

Shirt- Ralph Lauren

Tie- Alexandre Saville Row

P.S.- Tie Rack

Belt and Shoes were burgundy leather.

 

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Originally Posted by punit12 View Post
 

Here goes, my first post in here after many months of lurking. This is what I wore at a friend's wedding reception in Mumbai.

Everything is bought on a student budget until I can afford a proper wardrobe! Couldn't get a full photo as girlfriend can't operate the SLR properly!

Suit- Daniel Hechter

Shirt- Ralph Lauren

Tie- Alexandre Saville Row

P.S.- Tie Rack

Belt and Shoes were burgundy leather.

 

 

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Welcome aboard! A bit too much blue would be my only criticism. I think a pink gingham shirt would have been better. Otherwise everything looks like it fits pretty well. I think you look great.

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Welcome aboard! A bit too much blue would be my only criticism. I think a pink gingham shirt would have been better. Otherwise everything looks like it fits pretty well. I think you look great.

Thank you!

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Thank you!

You know, the more I look at it maybe a shirt that is simply less saturated would do it for me. Perhaps keeping the shirt and swapping the square instead . . . I'm sure someone else could give you better advice. Just some food for thought. Hope to see more from you in the future!

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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.

 

Thanks for the feedback! FWIW: the tie is wool, maybe too subtle?--the picture doesn't do it justice. Re the knot, I thought it was okay but perhaps you could point me to some examples?

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You know, the more I look at it maybe a shirt that is simply less saturated would do it for me. Perhaps keeping the shirt and swapping the square instead . . . I'm sure someone else could give you better advice. Just some food for thought. Hope to see more from you in the future!

Thanks, I will keep that in mind for next time. As I'm a student (and will be for the next 4 years) I hardly get to dress like this (which sucks), but when the time comes I'll be sure to post on here.

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Thanks for the feedback! FWIW: the tie is wool, maybe too subtle?--the picture doesn't do it justice. Re the knot, I thought it was okay but perhaps you could point me to some examples?

 

Yea, I couldn't tell that it was wool, that certainly helps. Still, the pattern is a little "business" to my eye while the rest seems casual. Putting a strong dimple in the tie while knotting gives the tie "life" and helps it to drape well. As follows:

 

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punit12, a solid shirt would have been better in that context. Anyway, welcome!
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More CBD (feeling a bit like Rudals):

 

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Thanks for the thumbs and kind words yesterday.  @mimo I do care about your opinion and everyone elses for that matter.  I post here so I can learn from you lot.  Thanks for the feedback.  

 

 

 

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This is another example of your more demure outfits being successful AAS. Every time you post a picture with coherent colours and textures and little or no Black Watch you look better by orders of magnitude than the cacophony of madness that you sometimes go for.

Once again you are letting yourself down with your footwear. I realise the weather in New York has been shite for a long time lately and this may be a case of necessity, form follows function and all that, but as soon as the weather improves ... those clodhopping boots have got to go! And by no means am I suggesting that you replace them with sloppy ill fitting horse bit loafers either!
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SF Family:

Henry Carter (tie)

Howard Yount (trousers)

 

Claghorn you magnificent bastard...I've been jealous of your wardrobe for some time but I think now I may hate you personally.

 

You're just too damned thin and have great taste to boot.

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Here goes, my first post in here after many months of lurking. This is what I wore at a friend's wedding reception in Mumbai.

Everything is bought on a student budget until I can afford a proper wardrobe! Couldn't get a full photo as girlfriend can't operate the SLR properly!

Suit- Daniel Hechter

Shirt- Ralph Lauren

Tie- Alexandre Saville Row

P.S.- Tie Rack

Belt and Shoes were burgundy leather.

 

 

Nice pieces, but I think its all too dark.  It lacks contrast.  I think a lighter colored shirt would have been better.  

 

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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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More shots for SS 14 (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Slow clap*  Awesome.  How wide dem is?  

 

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+1 I would totally buy and wear that in that package. Albeit, you look infinitely better in it, no doubt.

 

 

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This is fantastic!!! Great work @an acute style

 

 

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That is so nice.

 

 

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AAS: that is you at your very best, my friend: taking a crazy idea, implementing it, then...stopping.  No need to add a loud tie, or silly shoes, or a Black Watch shirt or a feather boa.  Just a simple unorthodox idea speaking for itself.  You're a truly stylish guy when you do this.  I'm sure you don't care too much what I think, but being deliberately eccentric can cross that line between individual and self-consciously foolish - and I mention it because I'm sure I like many of us cross that line from time to time!  But when you have that tiny bit of restraint on top of a truly different concept, you hit that sweet spot better than most.  *applause*

 

 

 

:cheers:

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