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What Synth said....this thread is pretty awesome lately.
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I am sitting on a rock in the forest.  I floppy, casual hat seems appropriate.  I'm currently looking at getting another bucket hat if it ever goes on sale.  It has a stiffer brim.  

 

 

I use to have a nice paperboy hat.  I lost it over 5 years ago.  I've should get a new one.  Black watch most likely.  


Said PRL bucket hat is on sale right now.

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Further thumbs-up for the recent strength of this thread.

 

Wish I could participate, but my MC Casual game is weak.

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@Mr. Six I'll try to stop by more often! Though I basically wear the same thing most days. Hope you're well!

 

Crazy busy, but good. Hope the new job and return home are treating you well.

 

murl looking good, of course.

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It's been quite a while. 

 

@Gerry Nelson - You, sir, have been absolutely killing it. Love the blending of sportswear, SWD and tailored clothing. :slayer:

 

A coworker and I were testing out a new camera yesterday:

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Very rumpled Southwick for H. Stockton MTM

New England Shirt for H. Stockton popover

Old as hell J. Crew

 

So, so good to see you back man! Great look.

 

What's the fabric on the Southwick SC? Texture looks intriguing.

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X post from this week's FC - suede boots and gloves.  Out and about in rural Suffolk.

 

Some great looks above, chaps.

 

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Shacket Time (inspired by @leftofthedial):

 

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@applky It's a wool/silk/linen, like the PRL jacket I've been chasing for years. Completely unstructured (not even a canvas in the chest/lapel). INCREDIBLY comfortable.

@Gerry Nelson that's an awesome shacket, but the popover is even more intriguing!
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@Mr Knightley

That's a great fit, and I need to know the origins of that pocket square, it's too foxy for me not to.
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@Mr Knightley

That's a great fit, and I need to know the origins of that pocket square, it's too foxy for me not to.


Thanks Foxy!  It is a humble Marks and Spencer cotton square that I just happened to spot earlier this week  when walking through my local branch.  It was that purchase that prompted the outfit really...

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@applky It's a wool/silk/linen, like the PRL jacket I've been chasing for years. Completely unstructured (not even a canvas in the chest/lapel). INCREDIBLY comfortable.

Looks fantastic. Wool/silk/linen is def your jam. I'm surprised Southwick can do something that unstructured. Or did you make some aftermarket modifications, as it were?
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Looks fantastic. Wool/silk/linen is def your jam. I'm surprised Southwick can do something that unstructured. Or did you make some aftermarket modifications, as it were?

They've been developing it for a year or two, so it's relatively new for them. I never really knew I could slope the shoulders enough though, which I can with their full MTM program.

While Southwick could never rival something like Ring Jacket or Isaia, it's a lot of bang for the bucks, so to speak.
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Said PRL bucket hat is on sale right now.

Copped it last week.  It should be here Monday.  

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