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Very nice look...compliment.

Thank you Gianni!
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@kulata

THAT IS MONEY!!!
thanks a lot man
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Sunday morning event. Tried out a new collar, copied from a the Borrelli BD collar but made into a "semi spread" which means I just got rid of the buttons and had a bit more substantial interlining added (though might reconsider that). I have a strong jaw so experimenting with less of spread but more collar height. White linen PS not seen.


Edited by TweedyProf - 4/1/14 at 6:29pm
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Been a while...busy times.  But I got some Drake's goodies for my birthday, including the crunchiest knit tie in the world (that's a simple FIH, believe it or not...), and a PS of complementary craziness.  Happy days (and I'm squinting into the sun I think, no black eye!)

 

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Academic 2 rotflmao.gif

Mimo, welcome back nod[1].gif
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tell me more about the lower half @Anden grey flannels and brown suede?

 

Beige/grey flannels. Dark brown cordovan (RL Marlow short wings)

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Sunday morning event. Tried out a new collar, copied from a the Borrelli BD collar but made into a "semi spread" which means I just got rid of the buttons and had a bit more substantial interlining added (fused it though might reconsider that). I have a strong jaw so experimenting with less of spread but more collar height. White linen PS not seen.

That's a very nice collar. Who made it?
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Sunday morning event. Tried out a new collar, copied from a the Borrelli BD collar but made into a "semi spread" which means I just got rid of the buttons and had a bit more substantial interlining added (fused it though might reconsider that). I have a strong jaw so experimenting with less of spread but more collar height. White linen PS not seen.


Very very elegant

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Hi guise

 

 

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Originally Posted by Gianni Cerutti View Post
 

Bespoke suit Mimmo Pirozzi Naples, Bespoke Shirts D'Avino, bespoke bespoke vintage vintage ties and pocket-square Passaggio Cravatte. Shoes MTO Bestetti.

 

 

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Amazing stuff... Gianni is always so nice and so complimentary towards people. Then he shows up and puts us all to shame! :)

 

There's certain things about this look which are not going to be for everybody, but they are TOTALLY Gianni and therefore works 100%.


Edited by eviltimeban - 3/31/14 at 3:58am
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The wetness that has characterized the entire weekend is currently in retreat. At least the temperatures are not the frigid ones from this past winter.


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Favorite cotton jacket, taking off for quick NYC visit!
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MF, Gianni, and Thumbers, thanks.

 

MF, the semi-spread collar is from mytailor (Hemranjani). Fortunately, they're receptive to my OCD about details, and got the specs right on dimensions. I know Luxire is the SF darling right now, but Joe and family have been really great in my experience, and price point/quality has been good. For blue shirts, will go for soft lining so it "rolls" a bit to the lapel if that makes sense.

 

Today: Trying to push the wool ties a few more weeks before the weather warms up (if it ever does).

 

 

And mimo, good to see you back, mate.

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Autofocus failed me today, so just the close-up shot:

 

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Like the tie very much.
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