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post #991 of 12602
I wear suede shoes year round, never saw it as anachronistic in summer. It certainly doesn't wear any warmer than calf and, in fact, there seem to be more unlined suede shoes out there than calf.
post #992 of 12602
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

Alright, trying out the new butcher stripe with SF approved green tie. Suit is a Harrisons Premier Cru navy birdseye:
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I like the collar n this shirt. Who makes it?
post #993 of 12602
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post

I wear suede shoes year round, never saw it as anachronistic in summer. It certainly doesn't wear any warmer than calf and, in fact, there seem to be more unlined suede shoes out there than calf.

+1. Another vote for year-round suède.
post #994 of 12602
Lot of you guys seem like very high collars that reach about an inch above the suit. It looks strange.
post #995 of 12602
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Originally Posted by emc894 View Post

Lot of you guys seem like very high collars that reach about an inch above the suit. It looks strange.

i could be wrong, but i think it a neopolitian thing. i never had shirts like that, but all my neopolitian ones have collars similar to those. they are excellent shirts imo, and i like the high collar.
post #996 of 12602
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i could be wrong, but i think it a neopolitian thing. i never had shirts like that, but all my neopolitian ones have collars similar to those. they are excellent shirts imo, and i like the high collar.

My bespoke shirtmaker, Charles Nahkle, adjusted the height of my collar based on the length of my neck.

My MTM shirt collars from P Johnson Tailors are all high semi-cutaways based, again, on the length of my neck.
post #997 of 12602
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post #998 of 12602
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Dorian Gray, mate.

Dorian Gray...
post #999 of 12602
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

Dorian Gray, mate.
Dorian Gray...

Work with me here chief. Just a nice little fold. Or even a flourish. That sad little nub poking up from your pocket isn't doing anyone any good.
post #1000 of 12602
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Work with me here chief. Just a nice little fold. Or even a flourish. That sad little nub poking up from your pocket isn't doing anyone any good.

Fair enough, mate. biggrin.gif
post #1001 of 12602
Trying to learn a bit here so I thought I'd post two alternatives:

1. 0edaed0e.jpg vs.
2. e799afa7.jpg

Any comments?

Oh, and in hindsight: the pocketsquare in #2 could have been stuffed in deeper shog[1].gif

MtB
post #1002 of 12602
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I really like this top combo and the coat is very nice, but, IMO too short on you.
post #1003 of 12602
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Originally Posted by Looking to improve View Post

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2. e799afa7.jpg
Any comments?
Oh, and in hindsight: the pocketsquare in #2 could have been stuffed in deeper shog[1].gif
MtB

This one is the best in my opinion. Very nice use of the gold pocket square.
post #1004 of 12602
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

This one is the best in my opinion. Very nice use of the gold pocket square.

Nice. And you have the Manton-pose down
post #1005 of 12602
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Originally Posted by emc894 View Post

Lot of you guys seem like very high collars that reach about an inch above the suit. It looks great.

FTFY
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