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In the future, I'm not going to bother holding boots.

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@arnathor, I like that a lot, tie and all. Trousers do look like they could use a little bit of tailoring, but that aside, I think it looks pretty good. One of your best.

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Lovely colours and patterns! Not exactly spring, though?

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One can never be too careful, so for Easter Monday I decided not to take the chance of offence with a dimple in my tie.

 

 

 

 

Ridiculously high button point on this Zegna blazer, I know, but I like it all the same.

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Gustin x 2
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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.

May I ask which church/ denomination imposes or infers such restrictive rules of dress?
The church I grew up in used to be somewhat conservative but attendance is so low these days I think they'd be happy if people came in wearing flip flops and depends, just as long as they came at all.
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Top block looks a little snug on those trews, particularly at thighs (hand in pocket not helping). Suit looks interesting, not crazy about tie.

 

I've got to agree with this. @arnathor, it looks like you're squeezing yourself into this a bit - and it looks like another good argument for pleated trousers too.

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In the future, I'm not going to bother holding boots.

... and shoes too I hope.

Interesting fit today and a bit of a departure from the norm for you. Reminds me of a Betelgeuse-ish kinda outfit, which of course is no bad thing!
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Pants do need to be let out. They are snug. Thanks for the advice gents
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Sorry for the repetition, I have a very limited wardrobe at the moment. I wasn't going to post this because of that, but the thread is going a little slow, so another picture won't hurt.

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... and shoes too I hope.

Interesting fit today and a bit of a departure from the norm for you. Reminds me of a Betelgeuse-ish kinda outfit, which of course is no bad thing!

Yes, more earthy, muted tones than usual. Also of note is 3 pattern upper, 4 if one wants to include PS. Atypical Clags. I suppose from a distance the shirt may read as a solid.
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Nice fit Clags.

 

 

 

 

[Should I have put an "@" or a "#" somewhere in that comment? If so, why?]

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Sorry for the repetition, I have a very limited wardrobe at the moment. I wasn't going to post this because of that, but the thread is going a little slow, so another picture won't hurt.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That's a fairly assertive tie for 'round these parts (not nec. a bad thing); I wish it wasn't protruding quite so forcefully from jacket. Would like to see a longer shot, and maybe from a different angle, where tie does not appear so "in your face".
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Belated easter fit pic.

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That's a fairly assertive tie for 'round these parts (not nec. a bad thing); I wish it wasn't protruding quite so forcefully from jacket. Would like to see a longer shot, and maybe from a different angle, where tie does not appear so "in your face".

Here you go, including dirty bathroom mirror (not mine): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I can dress however I want for another 2 months before I'm gainfully employed again, so I don't mind in your face ties at the moment. This jacket has lots of shape and is a little bit longer than my usual suitsupply stuff. I think longer jackets look much better on me, so I'll be on the lookout for longer stuff when upgrading my wardrobe.
Edited by Monkeyface - 4/21/14 at 9:02am
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