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[Oh - maybe not too late? Just saw FB's post above mine. Will post my fit over there right now.]

 

Edit - SB is just inviting us to vote. Entries appear to be closed.

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You get a thumbs up from me, Coxie.
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@sugarbutch- black knit tie and tweed, classic look, excellently played.

 

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cross-posting a rare (for me) suit fit from the other side of the wall.

in the bonsai room at the brooklyn botanical garden...


helmut lang cotton summer suit
saks shirt
jil sander derbies

 

Very nice minimalist fit. Good to see you posting on this side of the wall.

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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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Great as always, mate.
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Monday, back to basiczzz...

 

 

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Too late for the Yellow Tie Challenge unfortunately.

 

 

 

Thumbed for flamboyance :)

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2nd Sunday of Easter: back to work


Very dandy bow ties

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Today's fit.

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

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I really like the color of it. And also the color of the shoes is perfect. Compliments.

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Great as always, mate.

Yes... and no. Though the fit is of @cleav's usual high standard, I still consider this a rare stylistic faux pas by him. In the sense that it's a business fit, so not exactly dressed for the occasion of a family outing in Brighton. Just my personal opinion, of course...
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Yes... and no. Though the fit is of @cleav's usual high standard, I still consider this a rare stylistic faux pas by him. In the sense that it's a business fit, so not exactly dressed for the occasion of a family outing in Brighton. Just my personal opinion, of course...

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Yes... and no. Though the fit is of @cleav's usual high standard, I still consider this a rare stylistic faux pas by him. In the sense that it's a business fit, so not exactly dressed for the occasion of a family outing in Brighton. Just my personal opinion, of course...

A-ha, have to get up early to catch you out EliodA!

I was killing two birds with one stone...

Truth be told I had a contract meeting (win) on the Thursday with the local National Health Services. Left the family on the beach, changed, taxi, two hour meeting, back , changed out for dinner. Twas a good day! nod[1].gif
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^ Aha, well done! Congrats on the contract smile.gif
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Dressed for a cold morning - outerwear will be superfluous by this afternoon, allegedly.


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The weather has warmed up a bit, but I'm ignoring it today :)

After leaving kids at kindergarten in a tracksuit, I just had to...

 

 

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[...] it's a business fit, so not exactly dressed for the occasion of a family outing in Brighton. [...]

 

I understand what you’re saying and I think your point is worth considering, but I also think that the decision of what to wear when traveling is as much a pragmatic/social question as a sartorial question.   When I’m traveling on vacation I don’t dress all that much differently than when I’m home, so I’m usually in a suit and tie, or at very least a sport coat, tie, and dress trousers.  If nothing else it saves me from having to return to the hotel to change for dinner.

 

More generally, a traveler in a foreigner country (and I understand this was not Cleav’s situation) will be assumed to be either a tourist or a business person.  In my experience one is usually better off being assumed to be the latter not the former.  Your mileage …

 

Cheers,

 

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