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^Fuck you.
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^Fuck you.

TY.




On a more serious note, I think that constructive criticisms are more needed and more desirable than attaboy's, but that latter can be nice too.
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I think it looks great. To nit, I think the square could have a bit more contrast with the jacket.
I'm not even going to say anything about the shoes...

this sums up my thoughts as well.
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^Fuck you.

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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Today.

Last time, I wore this with a Rubinacci neat, and folks clamored for a solid tie. As Ich_Dien would say, I live to serve.

Now if you''ll excuse me, I have to go hire a lawyer to defend against the trademark infringement suit Spoo is about to file over my pose (which I intended to use to showcase the belt, but it didn't quite work out).

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Isaia
Isaia
Sciunnach
Drake's
Trafalgar, lizard
Pal Zileri
Panthy (they're navy)
Davenzati


Beautiful shoes...compliments...I love this colors.

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I like it but think the trousers could do with slimming a touch from the top of the knees down, just 0.5-1cm. That kink in the knee would be sorted then.
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he knows this. smile.gif
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I think the trousers are fine. I think they fit well with his proportions.
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Thanks for the thumbs!
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GMMcL pants look great, that's how I think pants are supposed to fit. Slimming but not tight around the thighs or ankles.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I think the trousers are fine. I think they fit well with his proportions.
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Originally Posted by MGD83 View Post

GMMcL pants look great, that's how I think pants are supposed to fit. Slimming but not tight around the thighs or ankles.

on second look, i mostly agree! his other pants could use a taper but these look quite nice, tho i think maaaaaybe a micro taper would be better, but not worth it.
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GMMCL's pants usually bother me. These ones do not.
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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Nothing new here except the tie which I picked up over the weekend in Drake's store on Clifford Street...

 

I think I have that same fabric as a bow-tie. It's surprisingly versatile.

 

 

 

 

Casual again today:

 

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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Nothing new here except the tie which I picked up over the weekend in Drake's store on Clifford Street...

I think I have that same fabric as a bow-tie. It's surprisingly versatile.

Was that the one you wore with a blue suit recently? I really liked that fit.
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Yup, that's the one!

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i dont know the weight, but i have one from HY that i think was billed as light weight flannel. i think they are fantastic.

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Yes, I saw those (they were cheap for a while). I was not sure then about flannels for spring, so I did not buy and now regret it (I think he had a pair in my size for near 100 which for HY USA pants are quite a good deal). I think they were about 9oz. I'll keep looking for the right light grays with some texture...

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