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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

I prefer the bottom much more than a plain cap toe.

 

I'm with you.

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Segue: Stitch, where can I get them trousers?  

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Le brown? Epaulet MTO mocha lambswool. Fat person cut. Is that the Walt?

In any case, highly recommended.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Le brown? Epaulet MTO mocha lambswool. Fat person cut. Is that the Walt?

In any case, highly recommended.

Thanks, boss.  

 

Walt is the emaciated waiter cut (aka my cut).  Rudy is the "gentleman of substance" cut.  

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Any time!

Ahhh, Rudy = fat boi. Thnks!
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Let me ammend. Its punched cap toes that are not overrated imo. Plain cap toes are pretty limited to formal bidness.
You and I are in agreement
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I do not own any Blazers. Thoughts on this one? It's one shade lighter than navy, lightweight worsted "travel" wool, patch pockets (except chest), silver buttons.






Seems to fit well OTR. (These shirtsleeves are a little too long.)
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Its very nice and I really like Canali, but as a loooong time lurker I know you also like B&Tailor - I saw this on their tumblr and I love the lapel roll so thought I should mention it as an alternative:

 

 

They also do metal buttons:

 

 

Right then, back to lurking....

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@Coxsackie I'll help you out. The jacket is nothing special. On top of that, the buttoning point is too high, it's slightly too short and the front balance is off. Finally, worsted for a blazer,really, is that what you want?
There, I saved you some dough, mate. Now tell us about your BnT project. smile.gif
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#realtalk
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Wasn't I just talking about wanting a dark brown, suede chukka? Well, today I came across these C&Js! Fate, I tell you...


Did you just buy those? I think i tried some on the other day. So awesome!
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

Captoes are overrated.

Nothing is as elegant (outside of formal wear) as well polished plain black cap toes with a navy suit, white double cuff shirt, grey glen plaid tie and white linen hanky.
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post

I do not own any Blazers. Thoughts on this one? It's one shade lighter than navy, lightweight worsted "travel" wool, patch pockets (except chest), silver buttons.






Seems to fit well OTR. (These shirtsleeves are a little too long.)

NO! Get a blazer made by BNTailor!
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post


Nothing is as elegant (outside of formal wear) as well polished plain black cap toes with a navy suit, white double cuff shirt, grey glen plaid tie and white linen hanky.

 

I would swap that tie for a burgundy madder neat, go light blue on the shirt, and tell you to go back to your wedding. :nest:

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