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Hi guize, thanks for the recent thumbs.

loving the silk knits ..

 

 

 

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Hello guys.



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It's amazing how far you've come along! :) Still need an extra inch or two on those trousers, and the first's shirt-tie-PS combo is too garish. Everything else is simply awesome. :)

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Hi guize, thanks for the recent thumbs.
loving the silk knits ..

+1 on the silk knits! Just bought two more today fistbump.gif
Like the shirt too.
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Hello Gentlemen,

It's rainy day over there, I hope you will appreciate this one !

 

 

 

 

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Continued spring weather in NYC. I am celebrating by wearing a very vernal-looking tie.


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Dear Shoe artist

I am interested in how many cigars you smoke per day, what brand they are, whether you photograph with them for effect (which I quite like) or from usual habit, the maker of the shoe in the last set of photos, and your experience in relation to elasticised gussets as opposed to the more general run of shoe construction.

I am very much enjoying your contribution in the 'Vive la difference' sense at least.

Regards
Stiva
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SF Family:
Howard Yount (tie)
Discordant look. You are trying to mix bold and conservative and it doesn't really work quite well. I like the shirt and tie combo but not with the jacket and pants. That shirt and tie deserves a bold suit like a Glen-plaid from Tom Ford, RLPL, Paul Stuart etc or a jacket with bolder styling like your DB.
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Hello Gentlemen,
It's rainy day over there, I hope you will appreciate this one !


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A lot.
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Dear Stiva

 

Tank you for the compliments, it's took me time searching clothes and shoes for proposing you so many different holding.

All the shoes I own coming from different brand as Santoni, JM Weston, Crockett Jones, Pointes et coutures, Loding, Henrique Enko, Berluti.

For the photo the Boots are from Santoni but you must know because of my work all of them has been colored by me by a process call patina.

For the cigar I usually smoke two to three by day most of them coming from Cuba.

You can see on this photo the set I made for me with belt, cigar case, watch, cellphone case and shoes (Stefanobi).

I hope you will appreciate

Sincerly yours

 

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^ Cool stuff! Makes me want to use my Stefano Branchini's again...

 

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Thanks all for the kind words on yesterday's stuff!

Shoe artist, that is some serious leather porn....wow

Today, basic clothes for a nice spring day (I hope)

Unconstructed blue Mantova pique cotton blend blazer with mother of pearl buttons, from significant bloomies markdowns sale last year
Light blu shirt
No man wLks alone belt
Khaki incotex chinos

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Late entry to the jeans/jacket/tie "tranwreck" contest with a focus on deliberately textural and casual items i.e.: navy knit tie, old bandana in lieu of a handkerchief, oxford BD and well worn alden tassels. Jacket and jeans are Eidos.
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le manteau, il est très étonnant!

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