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The start of another week, with wintry temperatures returning to NYC. Feh . . . .


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Jacket - Boglioli, Shirt - Massimo Dutti, Trousers - Suitsupply, Tie - Petronius 1926, Pocket Square - Eton, Shoes - Vass MTO, Watch - Rolex Submariner

 

 

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I love the colors here.  Is the jacket a little small in the shoulders or does it just appear that way from the hands in the pockets?

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Hi guise, 

variation on the Spring theme, windy day

 

Gunclub

Shantung

Fresco

 

 

 

 

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excellent windy tie spreez, pliny!
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excellent windy tie spreez, pliny!

 

 

thanks man-  MC guise doin the elements. rustic-sprezz:slayer:

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Agree, not a great fit on that one. If you are a size 38 or slim 40 reg, hope you'll take a look at items I'm selling in bout a week!
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Got caught up at work and couldn't upload these, so here's yesterday.











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@RTC.

What is the width of that tie?! It looks really wide.

The jacket is ill-fitting.

Overall, it is an improvement.

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RTC get some knit ties if you like wearing ties with jeans. No other ties will ever look right in the casual sense.
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Linen jacket, linen wool trousers

 

 

 

SF Family:

Henry Carter (tie)

Meermin (shoes)

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That is superb, Claghorn

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Agree, not a great fit on that one. If you are a size 38 or slim 40 reg, hope you'll take a look at items I'm selling in bout a week!

 

I think that picture makes the fit look awful in retrospect. It is not my best fitting jacket, but I agree it looks truly terrible there. I've posted that same jacket before and it came off way better there. I'll post it the next time I wear it just to be sure.

Pm'ed about your stuffs though!

 

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@RTC.

What is the width of that tie?! It looks really wide.

The jacket is ill-fitting.

Overall, it is an improvement.

Haha, it looks really wide because the rear blade is making an appearance.

 

 

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RTC get some knit ties if you like wearing ties with jeans. No other ties will ever look right in the casual sense.

 

I'll keep an eye out for knits. Thanks for the tip.

 

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yellow positivity tie

 

 

What do you think?

 

Too matchy.

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yellow positivity tie

 

 

What do you think?

Is that fit on a person or a mannequin??

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Navy suit made of what I believe is called worsted wool in English (?). Tie is light grey with a very small bird pattern (you can see it if you zoom on the last pic).

 

It was pretty hard to take good pictures under such heavy wind and sun, but I think they turned out good enough.

 

 

 

 

 

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a person with slender build. Maybe the pocket square couldve been a bit more subtle. 

The pocket square isn't really the issue - its not a very revealing photo so its hard to see what's going on. The suit looks OK from what I can see (if it is a suit) but the tie should be more textured and less shiny - and if you are going to wear such a yellow tie, a light blue shirt would be a far better setting for it.

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Cool cat, trousers that high look better with cuffs, you need to work on your knot.

 

But a solid, safe combination (navy suit, gray tie, white shirt). Black shoes probably would've worked better though given the conservativeness of everything else.

 

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speaking of shiny, clags, y ur pants look so shiny? combination of items is quite nice tho.

I suspect all the white in them.

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