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post #8911 of 12560
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Originally Posted by zbromer View Post


Perfect.
Where is the jacket and the shirt from?
Thanks.
post #8912 of 12560
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I am liking this tie. Marinella?
post #8913 of 12560
Thanks for your kind words.
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

Where is the jacket and the shirt from?

I use Freddy V. in LA for shirts. The fabric is some sort of oxford. The coat is from Gordon Yao and is made from H&S Sherrykash.
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post

Marinella?

Drakes.
post #8914 of 12560
as well, that collar is superb.
post #8915 of 12560
Z, this looks awesome.
post #8916 of 12560
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

based off of the recs i got when i wore this suit with a light brown tie.

 

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Stitches - you are a man who could make great use of cream (and to a lesser extent pale yellow) shirts in many of your fits.
post #8917 of 12560
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Stitches - you are a man who could make great use of cream (and to a lesser extent pale yellow) shirts in many of your fits.

i would tend to agree. i hit the blue shirt phase pretty hard, but when it comes time for another shirt spree, cream/ecru will be in order.
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1000

post #8919 of 12560
I wish you had better pictures to see the colors more accurately. These look quite good from what I can see. Maybe a minor quibble with the pocket squares.
Edited by zbromer - 5/2/13 at 7:14am
post #8920 of 12560
We should probably slow down. A picture every two weeks is too much to keep up with.

post #8921 of 12560

The month of May is in the poorest of taste.

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April is the cruelest month
post #8923 of 12560
I'd say that is in good taste, but it might be a bit busy for some of the official thread judges.
post #8924 of 12560
If that suit were a semi-solid (grey with a lot of striation - which is what I originally thought it was) that's be a great outfit.

Semi-solid to small check in the shirt to larger check in the square.

But I think the checked shirt and glenplaid are too optical illusion-y together.

I usually hate point folds but that looks nonchalant enough that I'm disinclined to pick that nit.
post #8925 of 12560
The hank is just stuffed, points up, so the nonchalance is actual (relatively speaking, of course)

The pattern mixing thing seems to be very personal. I recall an outfit that Stitchy posted combining two checks which looked to me like they were almost identical in scale. I even posted a telestrated version of the picture to demonstrate my perspective. For him, though, the overcheck in one of the patterns was dominant and overcame the similarity. In the case of what I'm wearing today, I don't get the visual vibration from the combination, but I can certainly understand why you might. FWIW, from more than a couple of feet away, I think the suit reads like your first impression of it.
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