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Going against the "popular grain" and tucked in my short sleeve shirt! 

 

Gave a bit of 1950's vibes! 

 

 

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Some casual from a while back.  

 

 

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@An Acute Style, you rock the casual vibe very well!  

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Shades of Autumn (inspired by the latest Friday Inspiration article at manolo.se):

 

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@Gerry Nelson
One of my favorite casual fits from you ever, which is says in a lot! Are pants cotton or some kind of blend?
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@Gerry Nelson
One of my favorite casual fits from you ever, which is says in a lot! Are pants cotton or some kind of blend?

 

Thanks so much for the kind words! The pants are stretch-cotton by Boglioli.

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Great looking rig @Gerry Nelson

 

Is that the same olive Inis Meain sweater that you wore with the leather jacket/black jeans a few days ago? I grew up seeing them worn by elderly gentlemen in the pub (Ireland) so it's strange seeing sweaters like that being worn so stylishly.

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Great looking rig @Gerry Nelson

 

Is that the same olive Inis Meain sweater that you wore with the leather jacket/black jeans a few days ago? I grew up seeing them worn by elderly gentlemen in the pub (Ireland) so it's strange seeing sweaters like that being worn so stylishly.

 

 

Thanks, man! Yes, it's the same one. They don't need to be fuddy-duddy :)

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I live in FL. A large part of my wardrobe is linen (suits, strides, blazers) which I wear almost year round.

Just remember that this is the state where you put on long trousers and you're considered to be 'dressed up'!

Yeah! It's ridiculous. I can't wear nothing that's classic and casual without my girlfriend telling me that I look dressed up. It seems the staple in Florida for casual is sneakers, tank-tops, mesh shorts... I see it everywhere. Unfortunately, I sweat gallons in a day, so I need to find a solution and keep it light.

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Going against the "popular grain" and tucked in my short sleeve shirt! 

Gave a bit of 1950's vibes! 






The vintage southern California vibe you've keyed in on for a lot of your fits is really good. nod[1].gif
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CPO Day

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@An Acute Style all are great, but favorite is easily the striped OCBD. Is it spier & Mackay? How about the pants in that fit?

@SprezzaTrash I like the vibe, but the trouser rise seems almost too high to be comfortable. Any trouble keeping them up?
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@An Acute Style all are great, but favorite is easily the striped OCBD. Is it spier & Mackay? How about the pants in that fit?
 

Thanks.  The striped shirt is actually seersucker from Brooks Brothers.  Still waiting on the striped OCBDs to drop from S&M like everybody else.  

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As it is expected to be a high of 34C/93F this afternoon, I've opted for business casual and all linen today.

Shirt & trews - BB
Shoes - New & Lingwood





My clothing purchases of late have dried up, pretty much, in favor of purchases such as below:

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How much work is that "pretty much" doing in the sentence above?
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