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bounce2.gifNot white shirt, shirt color "champagne" biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by VictorSFreturn View Post

 

 

 

 

Dat jacket thumbs-up.gif

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Only because of the recent DB discussion. Last November.



I usually don't apologize for my pics but this one was taken by someone else and I did what I could to put it back in some focus and color balance. It was taken at the end of a four hour dinner, reunion and historic presentation.

BBDB
Sulka tie
PRL blue/white stripe shirt
White linen PS that had become restive by the 3rd hour.
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DB Rools.

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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

Maybe "homemade" is a bit harsh. Still, there is something very "Eddie Bauer" about these. I usually wouldn't let myself be so glib, but I'm too tired at the moment to explicate.


The company that makes these is just a few blocks from my office. After I saw the product offering, I never bothered to walk up the stairs to take an in person look.

Rob
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That's a bold shirt choice, o/o...
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Thread Starter 
Pretty good. For a '30s look, A+. For a more modern look, a little to busy and the shirt is too bright.
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Nah... estitchy, you have to put the photo of the complete outfit! nod[1].gif C'mon!

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Originally Posted by bboysdontcryy View Post

Am aware that straight extended shoulders aren't exactly beloved by the forum ....

I've been away so I missed this but thanks for the exposition. I was actually being sarcastic, I've got no issues with square shoulders. My intent wasn't apparent from the post though.

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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

I hate the creased sleeves and I can't stand the way he buttons both buttons on his coat. Other than that, i agree with ed, he almost always looks good.

Don't we all leave that last button undone these days because, once upon a time, the Duke of Somethingorother got too fat for his coat?
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you're thinking of vests
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Nah... estitchy, you have to put the photo of the complete outfit! nod[1].gif
 C'mon!

lol, i usually stick to chests shots for this thread, but since you asked.
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