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@ Southerstyle I live in Chapel Hill and looking forward to stopping in!

Awesome, I look forward too it. Glad to know there are some sartorially inclined folks in Chapel Hill!
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Southern, been missing your fits - good to see you back, hope you get back to posting more.

Thanks, you shall be seeing much more of me around these parts.
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Donning a new Maize 'n Blue tie, courtesy of SF member, @BooksandTweed.

Beat the Spartans! This season, my Wolverines have beaten MSU twice. Can we do it a third time? #very nervous

Shamelessy, at the end of the final hymn at church, this morning, I inserted the first four measures of “The Victors” into the bass line.
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I've been posting on tumblr and the German styleforum, but I'd love to get some more inspirations and knowledge out of you guys. So here are a couple recent fits (unfortunately, it's the same suit).

 

Comments and criticism are greatly appreciated.

 

I have already ordered a new camera, so until it arrives I can only post cellphone pictures.

 

Apologies, if I have missed any posting guidelines. I need to get used to posting on SF.

 

 

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I've been posting on tumblr and the German styleforum, but I'd love to get some more inspirations and knowledge out of you guys. So here are a couple recent fits (unfortunately, it's the same suit).

 

Comments and criticism are greatly appreciated.

 

I have already ordered a new camera, so until it arrives I can only post cellphone pictures.

 

Apologies, if I have missed any posting guidelines. I need to get used to posting on SF.


 

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This thread, at the moment (last 24 hours or so) hasn't been too focused on clothing unfortunately. Might I suggest the following for inspiration?

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/381083/waywrn-composite-20-thumb-minimum/0_20

 

With regards to your fits:

 

The first is not something I'd repeat. The tie and shirt stripes are way too close in scale, so it appears super busy. Ideally you want the shirts stripes and the size of the tie's pattern to be very different in size. This the lack of color contrast in the tie and shirt.

 

I like the second.

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Wearing my tweed while there's weather for it.


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This thread, at the moment (last 24 hours or so) hasn't been too focused on clothing unfortunately. Might I suggest the following for inspiration?

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/381083/waywrn-composite-20-thumb-minimum/0_20

 

With regards to your fits:

 

The first is not something I'd repeat. The tie and shirt stripes are way too close in scale, so it appears super busy. Ideally you want the shirts stripes and the size of the tie's pattern to be very different in size. This the lack of color contrast in the tie and shirt.

 

I like the second.


Thanks Claghorn!

 

When I've uploaded the images I had the same thought about the tie/shirt patterns, so it's good to see that I chose the wrong tie on that day. What kind of tie would you have recommended? A brown grenadine (with brown shoes) for example? I should have chosen a solid tie, shouldn't I ? Thanks.

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Jacket - Michelangelo, Pants - Corneliani, Shirt - Eric Skoglund MTM, Tie - Drake's London, Pocket Square - AD56, Shoes - Loake 1880

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@Robs89, that's a stellar outfit!
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I normally don't like to see sock and I understand this is in step but somehow I'm ok with seeing it here. Great outfit. That jacket looks amazing!icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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@Robs89, that's a stellar outfit!

 

Thanks for your kind words!

 

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I normally don't like to see sock and I understand this is in step but somehow I'm ok with seeing it here. Great outfit. That jacket looks amazing!icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


Thanks man.

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It looks really good and the details give it character. I think it's a pretty good argument against saying this arrangement is boring. In my relatively unsophisticated opinion, anyway.

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One of the best jacket I have seen so far in this forum, I would like to see a whole picture of the jacket.

Congratulations!!

Thank you once again for your compliments. Here are more photos of my jacket bespoke Mimmo Pirozzi.

 

 

Forgive my pc for this photo but I will not let upload straight ... it's crazy ... but so you can see the whole side of the jacket. And look below as the shoulder is perfect even if I keep it with just two fingers.

 

 

What do you think?

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Wearing my tweed while there's weather for it.



Very Nice ties...compliments

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Friday just after office.

 


 

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Sometimes people confuse boring with clean. Definitely not the same. I relate a lot of this to cars. You can put ground effects, gaudy wheels and giant spoilers to dress up a car to make you want to throw up and it's not necessarily boring but definitely not good. Clean lines and simple accessories on a vehicle can make it all your own style and its gorgeous due to it's simplicity.
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