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Heading out to the beachfront with some friends. Attempted to channel my inner NOBD (Photography-wise tounge.gif).

 

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because of his signature style (trademark pending)
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joshua - superb fit.

 

Thanks Stitches!

 

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Heading out to the beachfront with some friends. Attempted to channel my inner NOBD (Photography-wise tounge.gif).

 

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Great stuff, liking the photography!

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nice fit. you need some chukka boots.

Nice outfit!

 

Spec's on the jacket please.

 

Cheers,

 

OOPS!  I meant the Betelgeuse jacket......

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Originally Posted by rossoz View Post

Nice outfit!

Spec's on the jacket please.

Cheers,

OOPS!  I meant the Betelgeuse jacket......

Thanks mate! It's Ermenegildo Zegna.
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Tropical temperatures

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superb as usual.
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AppleMark

beagle

AppleMark

luxire chambray
trafalgar
donnanna
tricker's

not sure if i love the dark navy with the burgundy shoes. also the highest rise pants i own. kind of nice.
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thats a very good look on you, tegs.
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what bums me out is that i can't get a good crease on my cotton pants with my iron. i don't know if it's the pants or the iron (like a $30 steam iron), but a bummer. need to invest in some tropical wools.
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Ive got some tropical wools that won't take a crease at all either. I think it just very much depends on the fabric.
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Ive got some tropical wools that won't take a crease at all either. I think it just very much depends on the fabric.

plus one. even with a firm dry cleaning press i find some fabrics just dont hold one well.
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not sure if i love the dark navy with the burgundy shoes. also the highest rise pants i own. kind of nice.

Without trying to start another argument, I do think you should own at least one pair of sleek dress shoes. Maybe post a picture here and see what the response will be. I'm sure it will look much better with your slim body type.

As for cotton and creases - it's a losing battle. It bugs me that cotton pants rumple so easily, yet won't hold a crease where you need one, but that's why they're casual pants.
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Heading out to the beachfront with some friends. Attempted to channel my inner NOBD (Photography-wise tounge.gif
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Really like these two shirts. Kudos.
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Without trying to start another argument, I do think you should own at least one pair of sleek dress shoes. Maybe post a picture here and see what the response will be. I'm sure it will look much better with your slim body type.

As for cotton and creases - it's a losing battle. It bugs me that cotton pants rumple so easily, yet won't hold a crease where you need one, but that's why they're casual pants.

these are the shoes:



I wouldn't say they're especially bulky or slim - I view them as more of a medium width. they're trickers on the 4497 last. I have a hard time sizing sleeker shoes; the sleekest pairs I own are some tricker's wingtips on a much slimmer last, and a pair of aldens on one of their slim lasts (maybe plaza? whatever BB uses).
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I wouldn't say they're especially bulky or slim - I view them as more of a medium width. they're trickers on the 4497 last. I have a hard time sizing sleeker shoes; the sleekest pairs I own are some tricker's wingtips on a much slimmer last, and a pair of aldens on one of their slim lasts (maybe plaza? whatever BB uses).

Not terribly bulky, but not very slim either. I was talking about shoes like Grenson Masterpiece, G&G, C&J etc. As for easily accessible options in the US: very few AEs are slim and I'm yet to see an Alden that's actually slim.
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