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nope double vented

That pic with the shoe on the wall is a little bit irritating.

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Yesterday (slightly different shirt than from today):

 

 

SF Family:
Panta (tie)
Unipair (shoes)

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Today. Those who dislike multi stripe ties will be displeased.
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Paul Stuart suit
Barbera tie
Trafalgar belt
Panthy socks
Santoni shoes.
Sq and shirt are unremarkable.
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What pants and shoes, clags?

I might could DTO that.
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Enjoying my last week of having a view...tried to fit the park view in too, but my camera wouldn't cooperate and I don't have the patience for HDR right now.

 

 

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Jacket: Luciano Barbera
Shirt: Ralph Lauren Purple Label
Tie: Drake's
Hank: Ralph Lauren Purple Label
Trousers: Orazio Luciano
Shoes: Carmina
 
Not pictured: Liverano & Liverano braces, contemporaneous sadness and excitement
 

 

 


Edited by RedDevil10 - 2/24/14 at 7:55am
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Pardon if wrong thread.  Just a WAIWRN.

 

 

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Gray pants, dark brown suede oxfords. No full pic as I was in a rush yesterday morning.
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Gray pants, dark brown suede oxfords. No full pic as I was in a rush yesterday morning.

Damn. I only has tobacco suede shoos. frown.gif
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Thanks, dudes!

ian, suit is Sartoria Formosa from NMWA. Loves it I do.

Looking good. Can't wait to pick mine up next week! Pretty bummed I'm so long legged I had to go with no cuffs, but it still gonna look good.
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Some really nice outfits today. Plus, we must be in the bizarro, mirror-universe, world because stitchy wore a navy suit with black shoes, and I'm wearing a navy suit with dark brown ones! :crazy:

 

I just wanted to wear these monks as I hadn't worn them for ages, and by that stage, I was already wearing the suit. Still, I think it works OK.

 

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Great look Holdfast, very elegant.

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That pic with the shoe on the wall is a little bit irritating.

 

LOL — I can't tell if the tone of this is a translation thing or intentional, but it's amusing nonetheless.

 

Also, @timotune, I tend to agree with our Teutonic friend here.  The only wall lean shots I ever like with shoes placed against a wall involve the opposite sex, à la

 

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Suit - SuitSupply

Shirt & Pocket Square & Jodhpur Boots - Charles Tyrwhitt

Tie - I forgot

 

P.S. Pants are creased because this was taken after a long day of sitting down in school, as well as the light summer fabric.

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LOL — I can't tell if the tone of this is a translation thing or intentional, but it's amusing nonetheless.

 

 

It's a translation thing - "Irritierend" means confusing in German, DC probably thought "Irritating" would mean the same in English. I've seen people making that mistake quite often.

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It's a translation thing - "Irritierend" means confusing in German, DC probably thought "Irritating" would mean the same in English. I've seen people making that mistake quite often.

 

This and google translate failed in this case also.

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