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Originally Posted by Lucido View Post
 

That's an interesting one Gerry. I like the jacket and trousers but the crescent shape in the waist coat and the buttons either side looks a bit cluttered. Is it sold as a three-piece by EG?

 

 

 

No, they're three separate garments. This is a hunting-style vest and the crescents are actually Napoleon pockets. There are a lot of pockets here!

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Originally Posted by Roycru View Post
 

Learned a new word yesterday.  It was over 100F here and I was walking through the park on the way to the market.  A nearby private high school uses the park as a playground and the kids were playing their usual "non-competive soccer". (No teams, no scoring, just everyone, boys and girls, kicking lots of soccer balls around.)  A rather fragile looking boy appeared to have had an attack of the vapours and had wilted in the shade of a tree.

As I walked past, he asked me why I was so "fitted".  Asked him what he meant and he asked me if I was hot wearing what I was wearing.  Told him I wasn't hot.

When I got home, took a picture of what I was wearing........


......Lands' End yellow PPBD shirt, Vineyard Vines gamebird belt, Lands' End chinos (with a hole patched on the inside with an iron-on patch), and Allen-Edmonds MTO MacGillicuddys.

you are HOT :)

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Indigo galore:

 

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Not the cleanest mirror or picture but how I look today walking my son to the daycare center.
Crockett and Jones islay boots
Levis 501 ct
White T
Sunspell Knitwear
Lindeberg Overcoat.
Autumn is finally upon us here in Sweden.
This is my first post ever here on styleforum so please be gentle but fair.
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Double Rider Day

 

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A chilly Saturday morning
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Cool looks Gerry should try out the double rider with a softer (suede, wool) aesthetic think it would look great with a lot of your usual posted wardrobe as well as here. Looks a bit too obvious a choice with the rest here, definitely not a bad choice though.
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Originally Posted by akclothpooper View Post

Cool looks Gerry should try out the double rider with a softer (suede, wool) aesthetic think it would look great with a lot of your usual posted wardrobe as well as here. Looks a bit too obvious a choice with the rest here, definitely not a bad choice though.

 

Soon, soon ;)

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@Christian

I really like your style. That car coat reminds me of one I found on sale last year but opted not to buy trying to be good. Pity. Looking forward to future posts
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@pravda.
Thank you pravda for your kind words. I think we are all trying to be att our best not over consuming and we pass on stuff which we might later regret but I firmly believe that that is a good thing. Hope to see some more outfits from you in the near future.
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Shawl collar day:

 

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Shawl collar day:






A really nice outfit. I especially love the boots!
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Originally Posted by ChristianJahre View Post


A really nice outfit. I especially love the boots!

 

Thanks for the kind words. I'm really enjoying your posts as well.

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Love those polished Indys @Gerry Nelson

 

Ever consider doing a post on your full shoe collection?

 

@ChristianJahre Very nice look indeed.

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Love those polished Indys @Gerry Nelson


Ever consider doing a post on your full shoe collection?

@ChristianJahre
 Very nice look indeed.

Thank you Lucido for your kind words.
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