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Let me just call Sean and tell him about this high rise nonsense over at SF...

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Ish that the phone? I schould probably answer. Right after I finisch thish vodka...

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Edited by Kaplan - 3/26/16 at 11:24am
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Sean we have a meeting tomorrow. I'll pick you up so be ready for ten-ish

Tennish? But I haven't brought my racket!
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Went for Easter Sunday brunch on Saturday. Fight the power.



Lambswool cardigan: Ben Sherman
Cotton shirt: Luxire
Khakis: Lands' End
Suede desert boots: Brooks Brothers
Watch: Timex Easy Reader
Wrist beads: Thomas Mark Heritage + homemade
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Went for Easter Sunday brunch on Saturday. Fight the power. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Lambswool cardigan: Ben Sherman
Cotton shirt: Luxire
Khakis: Lands' End
Suede desert boots: Brooks Brothers
Watch: Timex Easy Reader
Wrist beads: Thomas Mark Heritage + homemade

 

Very nice, man, very nice!

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@cruzazul very nice style. Love the beads and the fits.
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Originally Posted by CruzAzul View Post

Went for Easter Sunday brunch on Saturday. Fight the power. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Lambswool cardigan: Ben Sherman
Cotton shirt: Luxire
Khakis: Lands' End
Suede desert boots: Brooks Brothers
Watch: Timex Easy Reader
Wrist beads: Thomas Mark Heritage + homemade

I like that you've taken classic, standard pieces and added a bit of loucheness (we could all use a touch of loucheness in our lives, yes?) with the extra button undone and a personal touch with the homemade beads. Looks great!
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Very nice, man, very nice!
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@cruzazul very nice style. Love the beads and the fits.
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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

I like that you've taken classic, standard pieces and added a bit of loucheness (we could all use a touch of loucheness in our lives, yes?) with the extra button undone and a personal touch with the homemade beads. Looks great!

Thank you kindly, gents, and happy Easter.

@fairlynerdy, that's just how I roll. The 1970s were a big influence on my style; I tend to make and buy pieces with broad collars, broad lapels, not-particularly-tapered pant legs, lots of use of brown, etc. Part of this is subscribing to the Tom Ford school of shirt unbuttoning -- go big or go home. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Easter services

 

 

 

 

 

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I love high rise. It's a shame you can't get chinos or linen trousers otr that way so all my bargain bin uniqlo are unwearable.
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CPO Shirt and CP Sneakers

 

 

(Kapital CPO shirt, Uniqlo turtleneck, Orslow jeans, Common Project sneakers)

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I like that especially top block though I wonder if the jeans could be too similar to the jacket. Love the roll neck; gotta milk them while we can.
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Friday.  New MTM shirt from Spier and Mackay.  First cotton jacket of spring. 

 

 

 

 


Edited by An Acute Style - 3/27/16 at 6:28pm
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