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New challenge: http://www.styleforum.net/forum/newestpost/387621


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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I don't dislike yellow ties as a rule, in fact I have one and would like another. This isn't the worst I've seen though, and it goes well with the shirt, but I don't really like the design on it. A simple rep stripe would be better.

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The trainwreck continues.





As always, head to ankles Eidos. Test driving the DB version of our Florentine inspired model, the Lorenzo. Jacket fabric is exclusive to us - there are only 3 in the world. Shirt is our cotton/linen denim western.
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^Please tell me you have an online store, or at least a retail presence in Paris. That would totally make my day.

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I didn't realize that I'd made it into the creepy thread! http://www.styleforum.net/t/165712/creepy-sartorial-images/3750_50#post_6649350 IIRC, I posted that to annoy the people complaining about belt loops and suspenders. smile.gif
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^Please tell me you have an online store, or at least a retail presence in Paris. That would totally make my day.

Nothing in France as of now.

A selection can currently be found online via Haberdash, Carson Street Clothiers, Lawrence Covell and CHCM. The best representation of the collection's tailoring aesthetic will be available on No Man Walks Alone come fall.
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@NickPollica, I think this is decent but could have done better with a different pair of jeans. Perhaps darker and more tapered feeling. These make it look like your leg is the same width from above your knee to your foot. It looks strange.


Jacket is baller!

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hello again, gents! thanks for all the concern while i was away. it was in part due to the passover holiday, and in part due to the fact that i thought a break was in order.

but im back in action now! fit inspired by @unbelragazzo




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Epic hat.
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dat buttonhole !  :inlove:

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The trainwreck continues.






As always, head to ankles Eidos. Test driving the DB version of our Florentine inspired model, the Lorenzo. Jacket fabric is exclusive to us - there are only 3 in the world. Shirt is our cotton/linen denim western.

Looks cool, very Italian smile.gif a nice relaxed look with a DB. The cut of the jeans looks good too, I hate super tight ass fitted ankle choker jeans.
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Thanks to comparate me to Victor, very refined look. 

 

For today I have a business appointement so I was less eccentric than usual.

 

 

 

The blazer is from Aquascutum, the silk tie is from Tommy Hiffilger, the silk pocket from Hermes. The double cuff shirt is from Charvet and the gold  cufflinks are vintage. I don't know where come from the cotton waistcoat it's seems to be a work traditional from a part of south of France call Provence, buttons are in mother of pearl.

 

 

 

I bought the button in England from Benson and Clegg, it's change everything. The trousers is a mix wool and silk from Pal Zileri. 

 

 

The socks I don't remember and the shoes are from Stefanobi.

 

I hope you will appreciate.

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hello again, gents! thanks for all the concern while i was away. it was in part due to the passover holiday, and in part due to the fact that i thought a break was in order.

but im back in action now!


Come on, you just could not show your face due to Passover laws: For the duration you are limited to unleavened bread and uncanvassed suits.
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hello again, gents! thanks for all the concern while i was away. it was in part due to the passover holiday, and in part due to the fact that i thought a break was in order.

but im back in action now! fit inspired by unbelragazzo[/@

Welcome back!
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