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Originally Posted by Anden View Post

Casual day at the office. 

Berg&Berg shirt
Luxire trousers in VBC hopsack
Suede kicks by Bontoni


Very well done! This is just a great all around "no-tie" but still polished look..
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@Anden that is an awesome fit, it's a combo of kinda tough looking yet refined. You look drop a beating on someone then wash it down with a cold G&T.
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Very well done! This is just a great all around "no-tie" but still polished look..

Thank you. Kind words.

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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

@Anden that is an awesome fit, it's a combo of kinda tough looking yet refined. You look drop a beating on someone then wash it down with a cold G&T.

A cold G&T sounds great to round off the day. Thank you.

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Casual shot.. on one side celebrating my anniversary with my wife.. the other one my birthday a couple months ago (inching closer to 40, hehe)..

 

 

Celebrating my birthday..

Wedding anniversary earlier on this year..

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@chocsosa you both look great and looks like you are a few lbs. lighter.

Congrats!!!
Edited by pravda - 8/25/16 at 4:19pm
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Very nice @Anden & Chocs. Went straight into my inspiration folder 👍😎
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It's to be warmer and more humid today here in NYC, and I've got to visit the work-in-progress (i.e. the active construction site) which is my new apartment after work, so I've opted for "business casual" for today. So sorry - apologies in advance.

All BB today - shirt, trews, shoes . . .



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Been into the T-necks lately.

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My wife snapped this, mainly because I was laughing uncontrollably, which is the reason I cropped it, lol.. anyway, here's to August..

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My wife snapped this, mainly because I was laughing uncontrollably, which is the reason I cropped it, lol.. anyway, here's to August..
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Like this a lot.  Awesome shoes.  

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It's the hottest period of the summer in SE England - 33C / 93F yesterday.  So, with no meetings I am following the lead of @upr_crust by dropping the tie and jacket...and trying to stay in the shade.

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Mr Knightley View Post
 

It's the hottest period of the summer in SE England - 33C / 93F yesterday.  So, with no meetings I am following the lead of @upr_crust by dropping the tie and jacket...and trying to stay in the shade.


 

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Cool trouser waist.  Is this part of suit?  Maker?

post #21839 of 22477
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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post
 

Cool trouser waist.  Is this part of suit?  Maker?

Thanks AAS.  No, I had them made as a separate pair of trou a year or two ago. They are made by my local (Ilford) man, Roger Crawford from lightish weight Huddersfield cloth (11 ounce from memory).  As an old suedehead, that style of waist was de rigueur c. 1970:D

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Originally Posted by Mr Knightley View Post
 

It's the hottest period of the summer in SE England - 33C / 93F yesterday.  So, with no meetings I am following the lead of @upr_crust by dropping the tie and jacket...and trying to stay in the shade.

 

 

 

 

Ok. who makes the pants? Very nice...

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