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What's an Optic White Duck and how do they make cloth out of them?
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its a very rare breed which only hatches beneath a full moon on the third Saturday night of the month under the guise of its mother AND father duck. It can only be woven into cloth by the mother duck if she turns into a beautiful woman to help out a downtrodden old clothier and marries him, but once he sees her weave the cloth, she flies away...cue Decemberists song....
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@NYR - I really like those boots with the white pants. I actually prefer them with the white over most of the other colors they've been paired with recently. Perfect combo with that hoodie also. Nice.
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Chilly Day In Charlotte
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Best tag ever! (If that's not what it really says I'm going to be depressed.)
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Not sure it looks good, comments?

more understated plain white sneakers and a white shirt would help tie it together. otherwise, the blue blazer and royal blue chinos look is pretty good.

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J crew shirt / Boglioli coat jacket / Filson belt / Howard Yount trousers / Alden loafers

I like this quite a bit. It's trad but not stodgy. I usually unbutton one more shirt button for easy-going, louche effect.
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post


Epaulet, rivet chinos in Optic White Duck Cloth...LOVE THEM.

 

 

They are great and they really work here. Epaulet rivet chinos are now officially my favourite trousers. I have the green ones they did in a melton fabric last year. I wish I had more of them, but I can only really justify buying them when they are at sale prices.

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They are great and they really work here. Epaulet rivet chinos are now officially my favourite trousers. I have the green ones they did in a melton fabric last year. I wish I had more of them, but I can only really justify buying them when they are at sale prices.

I hear that...but as far as the chinos go, these may be the best around. The have a nice silhouette, well made, AMERICAN made (which is important to me) so I don't mind paying a bit more for them, especially when rare colorways pop up. The duck cloth is astoundingly tough.
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I like this quite a bit. It's trad but not stodgy. I usually unbutton one more shirt button for easy-going, louche effect.

Thx bro fistbump.gif Agreed on the second button, but at work one must be careful not to overlouche.

Camo and orthopedic shoes on the other hand are totally work appropriate.

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Brooks Bros shirt Eng Garments jacket Il Bisonte belt J crew cords Clarks weavers
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xpost today....shouldve posted here...sans tie and jacket. pink incotex trous, kiton shirt and panerai 232 watch. no socks, and AE tassel loafers today.
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Rare casual fit. Shoes are brown suede chukkas but didnt photograph well for some reason...
Have a good thursday everyone

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What's an Optic White Duck and how do they make cloth out of them?

She died so that Rob could feed his Epaulet addiction. I'll bet you wish you hadn't asked.

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^ Rob better watch out...someone may be coming to get revenge for the slaying of the optic white ducks....

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LOL, funny!

I know you guys don't care much for ball caps, but I do...this is a 1949 Brooklyn Bushwicks from Ebbets Flannels for a day at the Museum:
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Bay Ridge:
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Sunset Park (one stop later, literally)
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Still alseep on the Manhattan Bridge:
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My favorite since I was a kidm even better than the dinosaur bones:
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All in all a successful day:
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Butterfly exhibit was cool, but the kiddies wee getting cranky so we missed out on going to the iMax show...
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Nice kids, NYR. My girly thinks they're adorable.

I was totally going to buy those exact sneaks the other week, I think. Where are yours from? 

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