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Tall high Levi cuffs historically not limited to rednecks, either

 

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I love this photo.

Any info about, when? where? etc.
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I love this photo.

Any info about, when? where? etc.


I do know it was taken by Bob Magill, and that that is well-known character actor Keenan Wynn gassing up his pal's tank (while smoking!); he was a lifelong motorcycle nut.  Date sometime in the 50s.

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Kent Wang mid grey tweed unstructured suit
Kent Wang linen/cotton shirt
Kent Wang brown cashmere tie
Kent Wang Lod Mosaic silk pocket square
Kent Wang gold tie clip
Kent Wang handgrade penny loafer

 

Cool square. Do you have a photo of the whole thing?

 

Very casual, Kent!  Thanks.  It's my favorite square.  The colors are perfect IMO. I don't have a full flat shot, but these will give you an idea.  Green, navy, burgundy, tan and cream.  White hand rolled edges.  

 

 

 

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What boots are these? Frye as well?

No, I got these at some random western boots place in Texas, I think they may be Lucchese?
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Very casual, Kent!

I meant to post this in the main WAYWRN thread. D'oh.

 

Here's a more casual one:

 

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Kent Wang unstructured navy corduroy suit
Kent Wang white OCBD shirt
Kent Wang Jacobean Laton pocket square
Kent Wang linen trousers
Kent Wang blue suede Venetian loafer

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I meant to post this in the main WAYWRN thread. D'oh.

 

Here's a more casual one:

 

 

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Kent Wang unstructured navy corduroy suit
Kent Wang white OCBD shirt
Kent Wang Jacobean Laton pocket square
Kent Wang linen trousers
Kent Wang blue suede Venetian loafer

 

Corduroy, linen and no socks.  :puzzled:  What weather is this appropriate for?  Love the cut of everything.  

 

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I think this would look better with a non turtle neck and longer sleeves on the jacket.  Also, it looks like the collar for the sweater got stuck under the jacket.  I think it would look better if the collar of the sweater was showing too.

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Well done @kent wang. Excellent tailoring and shoe trouser dimensions. This is why men need at least 100 pairs of shoes
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Corduroy, linen and no socks.  :puzzled:  What weather is this appropriate for?

The weather in my apartment. Ha!

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Worn yesterday.. met up with a friend and hung out was the order of the day for me...back up in the 50's (thank goodness!) so able to layer with the cashmere S.C, sweater and scarf..

 

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When I am not RRL whoring, this is what I wear..

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Attempt number 2:

 

 

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When I am not RRL whoring, this is what I wear..
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Love to hear the deets on the jacket. I've always wanted a green peacoat. 

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@gnatty nice fit. Deeds on the sweater please
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