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Yeah back is fine! It isn't pulling. I don't feel like a sausage. Normally just going to wear it with a button down, since I have heavier jackets.

Thanks guys.
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Beautiful Sunday:

 

 

(Ring Jacket, Sugar Cane, Eidos, Epaulet, C&J)

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@europrep, rotas are cotton? Love the color.

@Newcomer, fit looks good to me. I was also between sizes, but I rarely need three layers, so medium it is!

Correct and thanks
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Beautiful Sunday:

 

 

(Ring Jacket, Sugar Cane, Eidos, Epaulet, C&J)

Wow.

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Haven't been here in a while. Just picked up a Barbour Ashby. Sized down from a large (which I bought initially) to this medium. Will mostly wear without sweaters, but took a picture with a sweater just to gauge tightness. I think it looks fine even with a sweater...

I feel so countrified. Photos (Click to show)



 

I think the fit is great, but I can't help but feel that that the grey flannel trousers are too formal for this outfit, especially with the gingham shirt and casual sweater.

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I think the fit is great, but I can't help but feel that that the grey flannel trousers are too formal for this outfit, especially with the gingham shirt and casual sweater.

I agree with that completely. Should have left the house with jeans smile.gif. Maybe cords.
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I think the fit is great, but I can't help but feel that that the grey flannel trousers are too formal for this outfit, especially with the gingham shirt and casual sweater.

I agree with that completely. Should have left the house with jeans smile.gif. Maybe cords.

For what it's worth, I kind of think that the flannels are a neat touch. I like them as a casual piece.

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I am not entirely sure how I feel about that coat @Darkside Maybe is it one size too big? Shirt and jeans combo, yes (shirt is not denim, right?). 



 



@Gerry Nelson spring is in full swing already, we can tell... the choice of colors says it all smile.gif 



 



Since last night was Halloween and I decided to add some orange (shirt is white with orange stripes) to match the pumpkins in the streets LOL



 



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My feet got cold so finally I will be wearing socks from this day forward until april/may... thank goodness, it was about time. 



 



It really is weird how a few years ago nobody would celebrate Halloween because it has nothing to do with Spaniard's tradition or folklore... and now it is all the rage among the kids... I guess any excuse to dress up in customes is a good one for children... but adults have embraced it as well... 

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For what it's worth, I kind of think that the flannels are a neat touch. I like them as a casual piece.

 

Definitely agree with this. I'm a fan. They especially work because of the heathering the fabric appears to have.

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For what it's worth, I kind of think that the flannels are a neat touch. I like them as a casual piece.
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Definitely agree with this. I'm a fan. They especially work because of the heathering the fabric appears to have.

Thanks guys. The gray flannels are a heathered wide grey herringbone.

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Thanks guys. The gray flannels are a heathered wide grey herringbone.
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Very nice. Even better that they're patterned like that.

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Speaking of Herringbone...

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks guys. The gray flannels are a heathered wide grey herringbone.


Woah, somebody ordered Depth of Field?!

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xpost from the Punkin Challenge.

 

(That's Daisy's first lil Jack o'lantern.)

 

 

 

 

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