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post #166 of 214
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Originally Posted by gazman70k View Post

Its been a while.
The spoils of the trip have arrived...
Three piece Fresco, Barba RTW shirt, Vanda Fine Clothing tie and Zegna pocket square

Saw that on my tumblr, it will be one of the best suits in Hong Kong. I can see those money are well spent.
post #167 of 214
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Thank you all! Should clarify that Ethan took the photo and provided lots of style input smile.gif
post #168 of 214
stunning!
post #169 of 214

looks amazing. care to show a picture of the coat buttoned? with or without waistcoat.

 

fantastic shoulders.
 

post #170 of 214
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

looks amazing. care to show a picture of the coat buttoned? with or without waistcoat.

fantastic shoulders.

 

post #171 of 214
Looks amaze!
post #172 of 214

Looks great, gaz. However, I remain a bit confused by the notion of a three-piece fresco.

post #173 of 214
^ The desire to wear a three-piece, BUT, that desire is coupled with the intent to mitigate the negative consequences of donning the 3-pc in the tropics.

Sartorial nirvana has a price you know.
post #174 of 214
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Looks great, gaz. However, I remain a bit confused by the notion of a three-piece fresco.

I've found that I'm able to wear my fresco well into the shoulder season months. I normally add a cardigan in so I can see how a vest would work.
post #175 of 214
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post


I've found that I'm able to wear my fresco well into the shoulder season months. I normally add a cardigan in so I can see how a vest would work.

 

From my perspective, it's not just about comfort. I think the texture of fresco doesn't lend itself well to the formal nature of a three-piece.

post #176 of 214
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

From my perspective, it's not just about comfort. I think the texture of fresco doesn't lend itself well to the formal nature of a three-piece.

Ah, gotcha.
post #177 of 214
You know, kinda how no one would wear a 3 piece suit in tweed ;-)
post #178 of 214
or flannel
post #179 of 214
jesus, gaz, either you've lost a shitload of weight, or that suit is performing miracles.
post #180 of 214
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

or flannel

 

I never implied that any cloth with texture was inappropriate for a three-piece. I didn't think the zen dwarf was all that disingenuous.

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