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post #1321 of 1346
Thought this fit might be comfortable in this thread as well...

post #1322 of 1346
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Originally Posted by Ebonyman View Post

Thought this fit might be comfortable in this thread as well...

 

 

That's better...

post #1323 of 1346
love that jacket EM.

sad to see this thread dying out...hope this inspires a comeback.
post #1324 of 1346
That is slick EM!
post #1325 of 1346
Thanks Gents! I've actually seen quite a few posts in the WAYWRN thread that could easily have been posted in this one. Looking back on some of the previous posts, it really is interesting to see what some deem a "Peacock" fit.
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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post

That is slick EM!

+2
I'm green with envy.*








* ( couldn't resist the comment)
post #1327 of 1346
^^^^^ hahahahaha, good one!

Deets:

Jacket by Paul Smith in Linen/wool
Pants by Incotex in Linen/wool
Shoes by Magnanni
Tie by BB
post #1328 of 1346
Yowza

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Yowza


I know that Will admires Dr Churchwell, but I find much of his clothing more appropriate to old
time Vaudeville or modern musical comedy than "real life" Eg, "Sportin' Life" from Porgy and Bess:

http://www.operanews.com/uploadedImages/Opera_News_Magazine/2011/6(1)/Review/InReviewSeattlePorgylg1111.jpg
Edited by comrade - 8/31/13 at 1:06pm
post #1330 of 1346

Probably, but the way that cut flatters his proportions is nothing short of amazing. I love that trouser drape.

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Yowza


thats dr churchhill from Nashville. He and his brother are some cool SoBs. Ive spent more than a few hours talking to him about everything from haberdashery, watches, and Capitol Records. Suffice to say a brilliant group of fellas.
post #1332 of 1346
Given the depth of his wardrobe, I think the suit is a fun option to break out once or twice every spring/summer. The tie and shoes take it way over the top, IMO. With more sedate accessories, I think he'd still be p'cockin' but within the realm of good taste.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Given the depth of his wardrobe, I think the suit is a fun option to break out once or twice every spring/summer. The tie and shoes take it way over the top, IMO. With more sedate accessories, I think he'd still be p'cockin' but within the realm of good taste.

I dig the suit and I am even down with the tie. But those shoes are just awful.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Welcome Zach,

You seem like a fairly earnest fellow, so please stick around. But also do lots and lots of lurking before you start posting fits. After you think you've learned about 80% of what you could just from observation, then start posting fit pics so the masses can help you with that last 20%.

Also, does anyone else suspect that Zach is a body double for Mimo? Has anyone seen Mimo and Zach in the same picture?! I've been suspicious of Mimo ever since he started posting pictures in focus.

Zach, do any of your shoes have oddly colored laces?

For some odd reason Zachs photos remind me of Binge.
post #1335 of 1346
...just think how much more boring the fourth dimension of American online menswear would be without The Brothers C. I'm not feeling those billowing trousers at all, but I admire his courage for bringing the photo to ASW's attention. Sugarbutch has it: his wardrobe already covers the basics and not-so-basics, it is time for more...experiments. This one here is a fun suit if ever there was one -- he's really doing something unique with the help of Esquire and AA prints.
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