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Bamp!
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Fan Fave - Tom Miller (54)
Stitchy Fave - Betel (the brown themed fit)

Id do more awards but everyone is just so great, you're all winners!
post #1592 of 2070
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post #1593 of 2070
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briefcase/bag – Santoni

headwear – Tonak
gloves – Giorgio Armani
tie – Fumagalli
pocket squares – Roda
suspenders – Albert Thurston
cufflinks – Dunhill
shoes – Alden
socks – Pantherella
overcoat – Bespoke
jacket – Bespoke
trousers/pants – Bespoke
shirt – Bespoke
waistcoat – Bespoke
perfume – Serge Lutens “Douse Amere”

 

 

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A breath of spring, perhaps. I won last week's Friday Challenge (remarkably enough), which was all black and white and severity, so, as the party responsible for setting this week's challenge, I chose "Get some color in your life!" as this week's theme. To that end, today's "greenery".

Suit - BB MTM
Shirt, tie and PS - BB
Cufflinks - DVVS, New York
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's, Boston
Scarf - Ede & Ravenscroft
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center, NYC

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SF Family
Shibumi
Vanda
Wang

 

 

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Ring on maiden
Talbots mtm
Eg Cappelli
Rubinacci
Khakis of Carmel
Pantherella
EGs

 

 

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Take two

 

 

 

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When winter was still there... (Props to Adolesco)

 

Shibumi, Suitsupply, Luxire, Carmina

 

 

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Ring
️Zegna
Jz Richards
Vanda
Khakis of Carmel
Pantherella
EG

 

 

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From last night: a quick pic before heading out the door for Easter Vigil.

An older SuSu Napoli.

 

 

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Pink shirts, repp ties, and one of us isn't wearing any pants.....

 

 

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Happy Easter
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Suit by Spier and Mackay
Tie by David Fin

 

People's Choice + Elio's Jury Prize + Clag's Jury Prize: Tirailleur1 (90) That's right, NINETY!

Honorable mention: Roycru's 48 votes shouldn't go unnoticed.


Edited by EliodA - 4/12/15 at 10:45am
post #1594 of 2070
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Happy Easter! Yesterday and saturday:

 

 

 

 

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<something witty and apropos> (sleepless night with a one year old has neutered me of such)

 

 

(unintentional pocket sprezz)

 

 

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Ring
Eton
EG Cappelli
Drakes
Pantherella
GG

 

 

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Aló!

 

 

 

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Deets:

Brown linen newsboy from Dexter Firenze
Old waxed jacket from RL Rugby (RIP)
This suit - NMWA x Eidos
Brown/blue/navy cashmere/silk repp tie from Eidos
blue/brown stripe (Grandi & Rubinelli) marcus dress shirt from Eidos
Brown pebbled grain mitred captors from Christian Kimber x Eidos

 

 

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Afternoon,

 

I really like what David was wearing today, so I had to make him model. Benefits of being the photographer at the shop.

 

 

 

 

 

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Edit: I grew up with my Dad spit shining his shoes every single night. It's something that carries a deep and resonant personal meaning for me. And it's something I've spent literally hours researching and trying to master. With absolutely no success. I've relegated myself to a maintenance buff shine. Not SF approved, and it saddens me I can't pay homage to my father in that way. But life goes on, I suppose.

 

 

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Today, spring has sprung!

(new brown Borrelli from our friend @Ich_Dien fabulous)






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Borrelli, Kiton, Canali, Lobb

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odd vest today:


 

 

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Not "calling you out" nor do I care about the current argument going on but I want to respond to your post due to the fact that I feel I owe a debt of gratitude to the people you mentioned (vox/manton/foo) along with people like whnay,iammatt, rjman, AHarris, docholiday, TCHouston, whoopee and a bunch other that have long disappeared.

I understand the thought process behind "its my style, so it can't be wrong" but classic menswear is not a free for all. Whether you want to call them rules, guidelines, framework, historical context etc, there is right and wrong in dressing classically. What the guys that I mentioned did, was show a correct way of dressing. You didn't have to dress like them to get accolades nor were accolades the point. The point was to show classic proportions/color balancing etc and applying it to your style. Many people learned from them and became much better dressers due to the many conversations that were had about cut, fabric, texture etc. Vox in particular was a great resource as he was one that wore bespoke from Italy, England along with new and vintage ready to wear from everywhere. And that's not even mentioning all the helpful PM's that he would send or respond to about dress questions.

The problem with the "there are no rules" approach is that it excuses everything as personal choice. Sneakers with a DB suit? Sprezzatura! A tie that falls 6 inches short of your pants waist? Stylish Individuality! Cargo dress pants? Modern Luxury! etc, etc. There is no problem with dressing however you want, the Earth will still spin on its axis. But when a forum is called Classic Menswear there should be some standard, otherwise there is no learning, there is no advancement, there is no excellence.

The people that you mentioned as being good dressers now would still, for the most part, have gotten accolades in the 'ole days. But most of my learning came from criticism's of my cuts/fits/proportions. You can hate Vox for his "I'm richer than God" approach. You can hate Manton for his "I know everything" approach. And you can hate Whnay/Foo for their "we're not fully grown" approach. But to say that this thread is better when some of the best teachers are no longer here is rather incorrect.

 

 

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Hi guys, in the awfuc today

 

 

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Another (and perhaps the last) day of wintry weather in NYC this spring. (Tomorrow promises to be wet, but warmer, at least.) One last hurrah for the flannel in the closet, and for today's topcoat.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - JAB
Braces - New & Lingwood
PS - Robert Talbott
Cufflinks - Benson & Clegg, London
Shoes - C & J
Overcoat & scarf - BB
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center, NYC

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Lid by Agyesh
Brown boiled wool marremana jacket (coming, in some form or another, to NMWA next fall) - Eidos
Tan covert cloth DB suit - Eidos
White/blue striped Japanese typewriter cloth spread collar shirt - Eidos
Navy/royal dotted cashmere knit tie - Eidos
Suede chukks (I don't polish these either.) - Christian Kimber x Eidos

 

People's Choice: Sander (35)

Elio's Jury Prize: NickP's covert cloth DB suit

post #1595 of 2070
I love edmorel's fit. Spot on.
post #1596 of 2070
SeaJens fit is really great. That whole batch actually is solid.
post #1597 of 2070
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SeaJens fit is really great.

+1. Textures are really nice.
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Things needed guarding.



 

 

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great outfit, victor
but ... darn it
how can i follow that up?

here's my attempt at a menswear photoshoot

 

 

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Ring
️Zegna
Bigi
Rubinacci
Khakis of Carmel linen/cotton on maiden voyage
Pantherella
EGs

 

 

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New hat

 

 

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SF Family:
Howard Yount
Spier and Mackay
Exquisite Trimmings

 

 

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Hey dudes, hope all is well.

 

 

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First day back from vacation and I'm back to my old ways.  I'll chalk this fit up to jet lag.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, and a mild day, after a predicted bout of early rain. I've eschewed even the wearing of a hat - it would seem I don't need the insulation this morning.

Happy Spring.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt, tie, cufflinks - BB
Braces - Lewin
Shoes - C & J

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Stitchy es el jefe.

I prayed ever so hard for the lap pools to grow, but alas, they remain skinny. Irregardless, I got a new square and believe I folded it nice... so I share. Shirt is actually light blue but seems to have washed out to white. I don't know why. I'm not a scientist.





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Ring
Circle of Gentlemen
Canali
Vanda
EGs

 

 

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Basically the same as a recent fit but better pics of the Moonbeam fabric, which is awesome.



 

People´s choice: in stitches (52)

Don´s jury prize: Mr. Six second outfit

Remarkable1: The Tie from Mr. Six first outfit

Remarkable2: GMMcL´s grey/beige gun club check sports coat

post #1599 of 2070
Thanks, Don! Solid batch.
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Lots of personality and variety in this batch, with people tweaking the "norm" in subtle but interesting ways.  

post #1601 of 2070

Awesome stuff.  We need to talk Clags and Spandexter into cuffing their trousers.

post #1602 of 2070
Thread Starter 
I have extra fabric kept on the inside.

I also like more break than most here.
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I have extra fabric kept on the inside.

I also like more break than most here.

I'm with you on the break...still think your stuff would look great with cuffs, but of course it looks great without. To each is own.
post #1604 of 2070
I didn't notice the texture of Justin's suit on first viewing. Outstanding.
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I didn't notice the texture of Justin's suit on first viewing. Outstanding.

Fresco pinstripe. Super awesome.
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