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I figured the "tuxedo" part of this Canadian tuxedo qualified it to be posted over here in MC. Top denim is vintage Levis I found at a flea market in Sacramento. Bottom denim is RRL. Boots are old Bean Katahdin and t-shirt is vintage..

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Another casual day for me.

 

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jacket - Moorer Verona

 

sweater - Muji

 

shirt - TM Lewin

 

jeans - Levis 501

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I agree with you in general, but @chocsosa just does snug jackets as a style choice. A few people (myself included) have said this to him and it always comes down to, "Thanks, but I'm good." Which is just part of having personal style.

 

Sometimes when I post stuff I get grief for wearing too many patterns -- although now being multi-patterned is, annoyingly, more on trend -- which is a legitimate criticism that I accept, but still think, whatever, it's how I dress. Knowing exactly how you color outside the lines is liberating.

 

Thanks for the tip on personal preference and feedback.  After losing almost 40 lbs in a year I’m actively buying new clothes now, but still wear jackets / sweaters that fit a bit loose so of course everything seems to look tight in these pics.  I’m still trying to get a handle on how “tight” clothes should fit and it always seems that my clothes just are never tight enough for the current trend / styles.

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Bumming around in Tokyo:

 

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Dude! You've got a face!

 

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Sunday.  

 

 

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This looks great but also fits perfectly ! :slayer: 

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That jacket looks outstanding on you.
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Dude, you've got a a face!

He had been gracious enough to keep it under wraps so that we ugly bastards wouldn't wallow in self-loathing. But obviously he's had enough of that!! Jerk. tongue.gif
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Cross post from the WARYWRN thread...

 

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Autumn Feels Like Spring:

 

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@Gerry Nelson that picture looks like it was taken from a magazine... looks really professional! :slayer:

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@Gerry Nelson
Great fit! Side question, do you use a suede protector on your suede bombers or is that just for shoes?
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@Gerry Nelson
Great fit! Side question, do you use a suede protector on your suede bombers or is that just for shoes?

Good question. I don't know the answer to it because I have not used it for other things than shoes but I read somewhere, don't remember where, that perspiration goes up when using it on clothes... you risk sweating more... don't know how true is that or not because I have not experienced it myself... 

Hopefully someone could enlight us. 

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That's a gorgeous coat, Choc.

 

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