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Have you seen what Flusser actually looks like and what he wears?

 

 

 

 

yep

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You were in the hood! I went to work for a few hours just a few minutes walk from Grotto. I went there for restaurant week and quite liked the food!
Get anything on newbury? Trident is one of my favorite coffee shops and is right at the start of the street near hynes.
How was the Boston part of your trip? Are you sticking around for the marathon tomorrow?

We love Grotto. It does not disappoint. I saw some lovely things at the Polo store, but passed. Headed back to NY today.
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I'm always 'mirin your fits. Deets on the pants?

Thanks. They're from Uniqlo.
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NYC is cool this morning, but predicted to be 18C/64F by the afternoon, so I'm eschewing the overcoat, but wearing a hat to keep my skull warm on the way to the subway.


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Easter Monday working outfit

 

 

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AppleMark

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AppleMark

It is unfortunate that your right side is lost in shadow, creating a kind of amorphous blob, which is not helped by the jacket bottom being cut off in the pic. From the left side, the fit appears decent. Would like to see a little dimple action in tie knot, particularly since the rest of the fit appears solid and patternless with little depth (would prefer a dimple regardless, but particularly in this case where nothing appears strongly defined besides color).
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Dimple's are not appropriate at my church on Easter Sunday. But thanks for your critique.

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Dimple's are not appropriate at my church on Easter Sunday. But thanks for your critique.

Is there some sacrilegious aspect to a tie dimple?
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Today is as designer-y as it gets for me, kinda...

 

Coppley Suit

Borrelli Shirt & Tie

Chocolate Suede AE Cambridge Wingtips (unseen)

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Dimple's are not appropriate at my church on Easter Sunday. But thanks for your critique.

Interesting. I wasn't aware that a dimple might be perceived as excessive or peacockish (no snark), as opposed to, say, a pocket square which can definitely raise eyebrows in certain settings.

@SB ^ serious or snark?
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Protestant Ethic = CBD

 

CBD = no dimples

 

Dimples show that you care alot about your clothing. That is not CBD and that is not acceptable at church on Easter Sunday.

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But you care about his dimples. Please reconcile.

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Huh. Learn something every day...

To be fair, it often takes more care for me to not dimple my ties since it usually just happens...
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Today is as designer-y as it gets for me, kinda...

Coppley Suit
Borrelli Shirt & Tie
Chocolate Suede AE Cambridge Wingtips (unseen) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Top block looks a little snug on those trews, particularly at thighs (hand in pocket not helping). Suit looks interesting, not crazy about tie.
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