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It's just some hipster-esque facial hair - not appropriate at all in some professions but if that's not an issue, and I would leave the facial hair wearer to figure out this part, then to each their own smile.gif
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Charles Tywhitt silver/navy shirt (over thermals!)

Gieves and Hawkes bespoke 21oz Kurabo Japanese jeans

To go out

Black sheepskin coat(getting a bit shabby, just bought a Burberry navy cashmere coat for next winter...

Gaziano and Girling Oxford Brogues:



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Interesting that people are so free with their non-clothing-related grooming tips on this thread. I remember getting absolutely caned for doing exactly this, about six months ago (including being called a "cunt" by one particularly charming and elegant contributor).

 

You 'wear' your hair and beard as much as you wear clothes - or the other way around, I see clothes as being no more or less personal than grooming and both equally part of what makes up 'style'. I don't see any problem with giving people an opinion and advice that they are free to take or leave, so long as it's done in the right spirit.

 

 

 

 

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Thank you for the tie pic Claghorn.

 

I imagine the beard is a hate it or love it kind of thing. I do wash it, trim it occasionally and I do have a beard oil, but I guess mine just grows a little bushy.

Even if my beard may appear scruffy to some, I don't believe many people would assume that I lack hygiene or anything like that when they see me:embar:

 

Thank you for your comments.

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AppleMark

AppleMark

I really like a lot of these combinations of colors ... they're great together.

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To each his own, I'm fine with the beard. The fact that you also have a good eye for combining colours/patterns makes you a most welcome poster in this thread.
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Kulata, nice outfit smile.gif
I think a sleeker belt buckle would look nicer… or no belt at all, but that's personal.
Thanks. Y u no laik segzy belt? biggrin.gif
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No pic of the tie details, unfortunately. Going to work, first class of the semester. 





 





 



 





 



 

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You 'wear' your hair and beard as much as you wear clothes - or the other way around, I see clothes as being no more or less personal than grooming and both equally part of what makes up 'style'. I don't see any problem with giving people an opinion and advice that they are free to take or leave, so long as it's done in the right spirit.




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Greetings SF!!

 

First post here. Had a chapter meeting last night for the Fraternity, (any fellow Delta Sigs out there?) here's what I wore!

 

Suit: Turnbull & Asser -- purchased from an awesome Styleforum member!

 

Shirt: Ralph Lauren Purple Label 

 

Tie: Van Heusen (ties a decent knot surprisingly)

 

Shoes: Peal & Co. for Brooks Brothers

 

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AppleMark

 

I just want to say, this is brilliant. Fantastic choices: colors, pattern, textures.

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This is the true color of the jacket. For some reason, it photographs really bright.

 


Wearing Post Imperial, trying to channel a bit of Tira-steez.

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New Corneliani suit from LuxeSwap

 

 

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DC that suit needs to be let out a bit. It's tight in the chest and mid-section.
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DC that suit needs to be let out a bit. It's tight in the chest and mid-section.

 

It´s a 50 Drop 7R and I think the former owner let it out allready. I think I go the other way, and loose 3-4 kg (which I have actually too much).

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