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Today.

Cheers,

Ac
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That's an interesting jacket. Fabric and make?

 

Thanks.  It's Raffinati.  When the weather's cold enough it'll get worn with a charcoal turtleneck, among other things.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Still squatting in galways? lol

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I just pictured this in my mind haha.... has to be a different experience, for sure. :P

Mostly tassel and penny loafers (no joke) smile.gif
Natural feel and slightly lifted heel work great.
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^ LOL

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^ LOL

True story


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Getting off topic here...
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True story
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Getting off topic here...




Wow... I didn't think this was a thing... But doesn't your feet move inside the loafers?? I mean, a proper shoe for squatting and any other "leg work" needs some something (calle it laces or velro, or whatever) to hold the feet in their place and stabilize them... feet usually tend to go forward therefore is more than probable that you begin to "destroy" the front side of the loafers, right?? Also, the sole is not as adherent as a proper squatting/work out shoe, right? 




EDIT: I really thought you were joking (even though you said "no joke") about the loafers... Now I see there is much to this that I had never heard of. Sorry for the "lol" post
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I'm pretty sure standing with your feet that far apart is only acceptable in the SW&D side of SF.  In the CM world, you only do that if you're about to fight someone.  :box:  

 

The jacket is made of the same fabric as an aikido uniform so I must have been channeling that :)

 

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Great look, especially love the pants.
 

 

Thank you very much! I reckon those pants are one of my best purchases of the year. They're made in Japan for a local store and I really like the way they fit.

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Linen, cotton and shell:

 

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From this weekend.. had a Holidays Family picture shoot with my family.. it was mildly cooler, so broke out the cashmere..

 


Then later on that afternoon switched to a more casual mode keeping the Cardigan but adding a long sleeve polo shirt, Chinos and suede chukkas for a birthday party that I attended with my daughter for my neighbor's kid...

 

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^^ Level 100 fresh son.....
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^^ Level 100 fresh son.....


Thanks My dude!

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X-mas mischief
Happy Holidays!
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Nice stuff @AAS

Over here, sudden drop in temperatures at night and in the early morning... really chilly today so I took out my cotton parka:

 

 

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Your jacket appears so tight that you could barely close it. It also hugs your arms too much. I'm certain you can't move in it. It is hard to tell...but shirt looks too tight as well. 

 

You would do well sizing up one or two sizes. 

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Quick shot before X mas dinner. Trying to take better pics.
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