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You appear to be younger than me but would you mind terribly considering including me in your will? Just the cufflinks for now. Maybe more as I become better educated.
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I've not posted fits here in a long time, but I thought I may as well throw in to the ring again.
Ariston Check, Loro Piana 220 gram trouser, Silverline Shirting, Drakes Cashmere.

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desu

thats such a great jacket ... also great blog you got there!!
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Thanks, Niidawg - Great to have you following! Hopefully my work at PJohnson is getting some love too.. desu
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-TTO
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[quote=ethandesu;4326113]I've not posted fits here in a long time, but I thought I may as well throw in to the ring again.
Ariston Check, Loro Piana 220 gram trouser, Silverline Shirting, Drakes Cashmere.

That Patrick Johnson jacket looks great on you Ethan. I have to get off my ass and order one of these very soon.
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Thanks, TC - Come in soon, I'll be off to Hong Kong in three weeks! desu
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You appear to be younger than me but would you mind terribly considering including me in your will? Just the cufflinks for now. Maybe more as I become better educated.

Are you speaking in terms of just today's pair, or have you been tracking my bling for a while? I would be happy to include you in my estate planning, save for the fact that I might fear an untimely demise should you get overly enamored of a particular pair of links

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-TTO

That is one handsome suit - bold (to say the least) but you wear it with great authority and panache.
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That is one handsome suit - bold (to say the least) but you wear it with great authority and panache.
I have to agree. I don't know what it is about you, TTO, but you somehow manage some very difficult-to-pull-off looks with aplomb.
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Both, technically speaking, are matchy-matchy, but TTO's monochrome look is killing and Upr's (sorry to say) crosses the line for me. Maybe a different color for the tie would have avoided the Garanimals effect?

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Ethan, I've posted a few pictures from your blog to Facebook (credited of course!) as examples of Sartorial Splendorâ„¢. Really good stuff.
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Will it rain again today




Looking for new CBD wheels - 1962 Lancia Flaminia 3B
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Looking for new CBD wheels - 1962 Lancia Flaminia 3B
That work as a daily driver? (Love these 50s - 60s wheels, but would be afraid to rely on one.)
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TTO, this is outta the park...

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That work as a daily driver? (Love these 50s - 60s wheels, but would be afraid to rely on one.)
- it would not be a daily driver. FWIW this has only done 36,000 kms. - I actually went in to see a 1960 Fiat 600 in pistachio green
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- it would not be a daily driver. FWIW this has only done 36,000 ams. - I actually went in to see a 1960 Fiat 600 in pistachio green
Cool. I've been saving up for an Austin-Healey 3000 just like this one:
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[quote=sugarbutch;4326256]Both, technically speaking, are matchy-matchy, but TTO's monochrome look is killing and Upr's (sorry to say) crosses the line for me. Maybe a different color for the tie would have avoided the Garanimals effect?QUOTE]

As stated in my original posting, a fit at variance with local standards. I can understand the objection, but this shirt seems (to my eyes) only to take a yellow tie - the choice of PS was severely un-creative, but yellow is a very dominating color with which to work, and I was out of inspiration last night when I was laying things out.
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