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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

 

 

 


Where did you get your cigar case from and what's the make? Look's lovely.

 

@Shoe artist

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Traditional dinner with best friend
Sartorio mid gray suit
Cipa patterned shirt
Solid Brown herringbone tie
Light blue cotton pocket square
Bontonis again because they make my heart happy



Very very elegant
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Pliny, you don't want peacockish fits posted here, but you'll post in French? What a double standard... smile.gif
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I feel lied to.

 

Shoeartist just mite b the new Victor SF dammit -:embar:

 

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okay now the penny's dropping

 

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noice

 

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Stitchy is, believe it or not, just taking a break for break's sake. Nothing to do with Passover.

 

 

don't give up on us Stitchy

 

 

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Perfect timing. I have to wear a suit the next couple of days, and this is about the only context, within the confines of what I own, that I could wear a yellow tie.

 

 

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that gray (or taupe is it?) is super-refreshing on u

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Where did you get your cigar case from and what's the make? Look's lovely.

 

@Shoe artist

Hello

I found it on ebay but in fact it was a commercial gift given to the tradder of tabacco by Montecristo.

You can see below the work I've done.

Thank you for your interest.

 

 

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PS is a locally made (= low quality), very coarse and loose weave linen. But somehow, I like the almost see-thru texture :nodding: 

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Perfect timing. I have to wear a suit the next couple of days, and this is about the only context, within the confines of what I own, that I could wear a yellow tie.

 

 

The suit is good but I really don't like that tie pattern, colour and texture. I know you see lots of people wearing this kind of combination, but it's one of those cases where almost any other choice would be better.

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Hello

I found it on ebay but in fact it was a commercial gift given to the tradder of tabacco by Montecristo.

You can see below the work I've done.

Thank you for your interest.

 

 

That´s awesome! And I like the Montecristo No. 2 (or the Robusto, if you be happy to get those) best, but I smoke not 2-3 of them the day. It´s more 2-3 a month.

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Are they two different cases?
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^ I think it's a before & after.
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^ I think it's a before & after.

Right

it's before and after, I'm doing the same thing on every leather support.

 

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To Pliny

 

Shoeartist just mite b the new Victor SF dammit -:embar:

 

 

Who's Victor ? Please

 

Thank you

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To Pliny

Shoeartist just mite b the new Victor SF dammit -shog%5B1%5D.gif


Who's Victor ? Please

Thank you

Victor SF was a former participant in these forums, a Russian with a seemingly limitless wardrobe, a massive upper body (requiring bespoke tailoring) and a bold personal style. I believe that it's the bold personal style to which the OP is referring, and, were it me, I would take it as a compliment (as I believe it was intended).
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Two days early for the Friday Challenge, and exhibiting my usual timidity in color . . .


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Back to it today - hope you all enjoyed the Easter weekend. Thanks for all the thumbs on my last fit.

 

Nothing loud about today's fit, going for more muted tones:

 

 

 

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