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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

Oh, and Noodles, do NOT under any circumstances encourage your wife to join PurseForum.

If the PurseForum shuns all name brands like Channel, LV, Burberry then she should join!

 

My suit would probably be from Suit Supply, unless my wife gets hit in the head and approves of B&Tailor. 

(She told me that I should get another suit from the place where I got my wedding suit; I flatly told her to shut the F up that I won't get a suit in Korea.)

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

If the PurseForum shuns all name brands like Channel, LV, Burberry then she should join!

My suit would probably be from Suit Supply, unless my wife gets hit in the head and approves of B&Tailor. 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/215158/mafoofan-struggles-to-buy-breast-wallet-at-hermes-arises-victorious
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I know we're approaching the end of the season, but I'm looking for a winter weight navy sportcoat, preferably something with a bit of texture like this:

 

 

 


Any ideas or recommendations? 

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For sartorial-sin-forgiving noodlers only:





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Is it the camera angle or is that jacket incredibly short?
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Burgundy jackets are best left to those who drink "scotchy scotch scotch"

 

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I like that jacket @Isolation. Length's a bit short, but I'm a fan of the color and cut.

 

I think the DB might be a better option for the cut you want.

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Oh I want to address one point. I don't actually like short jackets. [...]
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Hmmm.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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:foo:


Edited by The Noodles - 3/11/15 at 1:49pm
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Noodles, you're kind of being a huge dick. Just so you know. 

 

You've made a similar kind of comment multiple times before. Just knock it off if you have nothing nice to say. It's not the least bit constructive to anything.

 

You don't like what iso is doing. We get it. Just ignore it and move on. No one is forcing you to look at it.

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Originally Posted by Academic2 View Post
 

 

Hmmm.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

 

My thoughts exactly. 

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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

For sartorial-sin-forgiving noodlers only:
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Top block is okay.

Are those black pants though?
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Not a fan of matching socks to jacket.
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

I know we're approaching the end of the season, but I'm looking for a winter weight navy sportcoat, preferably something with a bit of texture like this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Any ideas or recommendations? 

It's going to be hard to find a donegal like that this late, unless you are willing to do MTO/MTM. If so, I'm sure Greg can do a Formosa MTO for you with a donegal out of W. Bill, Scabal, or H&S books
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For sartorial-sin-forgiving noodlers only:
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The pants and shoes kill that look. Perhaps the PS and socks as well. Socks are too matchy with the jacket, and the ps too matchy with the sweater. Makes it all look like a cheap mall outfit, for lack of a better word. Perhaps you're better off learning the basics first, before breaking the rules so much? 

 

I used to have a burgundy jacket that I would wear with a light blue shirt and cream or very light grey trousers. Pretty much the only way to wear burgundy well. You could pull off a darker burgundy velvet dinner jacket with black trousers, but that's about it, and it would look out of place if you're not a black tie event.

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