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Canali, Cappelli and C & J plus lots of lovely sea air on a family jolly (Anyone guess where?)

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Another round of the sartorio blu sportcoat from yoox, but with white shirt, bigi tie, phineas cole manhattan trousers, bontoni shoes


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David Reeves - Beautiful suit, great work!

Thanks everyone for the thumbs and positive feedback on my last post icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I know I post the same suits but I have a few more being made that ought to be here shortly.

As for today:
 

I like your suits and while the trousers would be too short for my preference, I think you get away with it. 

 

You also make brave tie / shirt choices, and while they can be hit and miss, more often they look good.

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Red polo Ralph Lauren polo shirt

J crew khakis

Vineyard vines belt

Green Kenneth Cole jacket

Cole Haan tucker venetians
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Red polo Ralph Lauren polo shirt

J crew khakis

Vineyard vines belt

Green Kenneth Cole jacket

Cole Haan tucker venetians

Beautiful colors and great combination. Compliments
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Green for spring.  The square is making a getaway.  

 

 


Edited by An Acute Style - 4/26/14 at 4:39pm
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Long time not visiting this forum :)! Went to a black-tie event lately, and here was my fit:

 

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Beautiful colors and great combination. Compliments

eheheh!
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Dude, I want to see mo' State Trooper Hat Fit Pics, you are doing SF a disservice by not including them! Stitchy would bitch slap the hell out of Pharrell.

lol, i cant wear it every time.
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@in stitches   that suede and suit color combo inlove.gif  


thanks, pliny! smile.gif
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X-post from MC Casual.
Yesterday's attire from a sunny Stockholm!
I did, as you see, add a pocketsquare after the first picture was taken.
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Jacket: Bladen
Shirt: Alessandro Gherardi
Pullover: Berg & Berg
Trousers: Luxire
Socks: Brooks Brothers
Shoes: Carmina
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AAS, I follow and appreciate your aesthetic in general, but this is horrendous. The shade of green. The shoes (frequently discussed point of contention, I know). That colour sock between the pants and the shoes. The talk between the square and the pants. Truly awful. But having said all that, I have no doubt you knew exactly what you were doing.
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Today's fit.

Trying something different. 3 patch casual suit, green BD shirt and no tie

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Is this the SS Hudson suit? I'm not convinced; it looks a bit awkward on your frame IMO, compared to some of your other stuff from them. Something about the way it curves through the torso and into the skirt looks a bit off. Plus it looks like it buttons really high on you, even for SS.


When I was a kid, we'd sometimes visit Brighton at the weekend. There used to be a really good fish & chips place we always visited there.


The camera flash has given everything a bit of a sheen (you can see it on the jacket & the jeans too). The boots are RM Williams so definitely not dressy at all. They do has a slightly shined toecap area but it's not massively reflective IRL. I see where you're coming from based on the photo though.

Thanks for the feedback HF - much appreciated. The Hudson is definitely not as good as fit on me as the Lazio, Jort or Sienna. The buttoning point is also rather hight, but as I think I wrote earlier, it is a casual suit for the one or two months where linen is an option, so it will probably stay unbuttoned most of the time. It is on thr other hand the SS suit that has given me the most compliments - especially from the fairer sex ( my wife included smile.gif )
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