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Tie - EG Cappelli

Shirt - Canali

Suit - Brigdens

Shoes - C & J




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I really like that Tie Sir Cleav! Yes I knighted you. It may be unofficial but you deserve it for the help you've given me. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I really like that Tie Sir Cleav! Yes I knighted you. It may be unofficial but you deserve it for the help you've given me. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

You're very kind dear Jung. Please don't underestimate your own contribution here, certainly to me.

I'm sure though , aside your investiture, I shall remain a commoner!

Nice to see such a pleasant tone around here too, phew!

I was in Court today (professionally) hence the garb, something of its own uniform in that domain.
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Tie - EG Cappelli

Shirt - Canali

Suit - Brigdens

Shoes - C & J





Great outfit, I also love the wall of framed dog pictures!
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Thanks EFV, trusted hounds all, sadly no longer with us frown.gif but fondly remembered inlove.gif
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General question here. I love everything about the look but is the overcoat considered a little short in the sleeves or is showing this much shirt/suit from underneath ok.

 

I don't know what the tradition/rule is, on this, but I like my coats to cover my sleeves, for the practical purpose of keeping them clean and dry.

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I don't know what the tradition/rule is, on this, but I like my coats to cover my sleeves, for the practical purpose of keeping them clean and dry.

 

An interesting question.  My preference is for a bit of jacket to show from under the coat just as I like (and as is conventional) a bit of shirt to show from under the jacket.  I like the layers to be seen.

 

Sadly, that represents my aspirations, not my accomplishments more often than not.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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From a practical (and I believe traditional, or at least mainstream) perspective, overcoat sleeves aren't like jacket sleeves in terms of it being desirable to reveal layers beneath; they should really cover the jacket & shirt sleeve. However, cutting them short like Braddock has always been frequent enough - and especially these days, when the outfit underneath is often cut similarly short - not to be a particular issue. I do agree with both of FlyingMonkey's posts upthread about a) preferring a calf shoe in that look, and b) it being one of the best fits in this thread in a very long time.

 

 

 

Bow-tie day today. Forgot a square, but when I took the photo and noticed that omission, I actually liked the effect so didn't add one.

 

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From a practical (and I believe traditional, or at least mainstream) perspective, overcoat sleeves aren't like jacket sleeves in terms of it being desirable to reveal layers beneath; they should really cover the jacket & shirt sleeve. However, cutting them short like Braddock has always been frequent enough [...]

Thanks.  Useful, and will make my life easier in the winter!

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Giving my new Lowndes a spin. Added bonus sock sprezzura from my son. He is going to learn tonight that he is to have a little sister in late august btw smile.gif


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Giving my new Lowndes a spin. Added bonus sock sprezzura from my son. He is going to learn tonight that he is to have a little sister in late august btw smile.gif


 

 

Congrats! :)

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From a practical (and I believe traditional, or at least mainstream) perspective, overcoat sleeves aren't like jacket sleeves in terms of it being desirable to reveal layers beneath; they should really cover the jacket & shirt sleeve. However, cutting them short like Braddock has always been frequent enough - and especially these days, when the outfit underneath is often cut similarly short - not to be a particular issue. I do agree with both of FlyingMonkey's posts upthread about a) preferring a calf shoe in that look, and b) it being one of the best fits in this thread in a very long time.



Bow-tie day today. Forgot a square, but when I took the photo and noticed that omission, I actually liked the effect so didn't add one.
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Stunning tie! Is this the SS Soho?
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Giving my new Lowndes a spin. Added bonus sock sprezzura from my son. He is going to learn tonight that he is to have a little sister in late august btw smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Lovely suit. Liking the double monks. Congrats on the good news!!
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Originally Posted by steffenbp11 View Post

Giving my new Lowndes a spin. Added bonus sock sprezzura from my son. He is going to learn tonight that he is to have a little sister in late august btw smile.gif

 

Congratulations!

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Bow-tie day today. Forgot a square, but when I took the photo and noticed that omission, I actually liked the effect so didn't add one. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Stunning tie! Is this the SS Soho?

 

Thanks. Yes, the suit's a SS Soho. The tie is Drake's.

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