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Cleav, I've been trying to figure out what's bugging me in your combo, and I've decided that the shirt is too saturated for that tie. A paler blue would work much better IMO.
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Today (2nd picture shows true colors):




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Yesterday (Light Grey flannels below):

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Yes AAS.. the fit would have worked without the vest. The best is a no go IMO
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Chelsea boots:  +1000.  Thanks.  This made my evening.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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@sugarbutch  @chocsosa  Thanks for the feedback.  I think it's actually the jacket and not the vest.  I think a brown jacket would have been much better.  The last time I wore the vest I paired it with a light brown corduroy jacket.  I think my brown herringbone tweed jacket would have been better today.  Alas, the black watch has failed me.  I'll try again next week sans black watch.  

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Chelsea boots:  +1000.  Thanks.  This made my evening.

Cheers,

Ac

Not at all, thank you
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I like that wide-spaced pinstripe suit Cleav. You've inspired me to give it a go with my navy pinstripe and black Chelseas, unfortunately my suit has the stripes spaced much more narrowly which looks a bit more routine than yours.

Thanks man, interested to hear how it works out nod[1].gif

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Cleav, I've been trying to figure out what's bugging me in your combo, and I've decided that the shirt is too saturated for that tie. A paler blue would work much better IMO.

Fair enough shugz, I may not necessarily agree bearing the suit in mind but will try your suggestion next time. maybe biggrin.gif
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Has anyone dared to have pants made with no pockets? That would be an interesting look and something to experiment. I'm trying it myself when I go to my first appointment with my tailor this afternoon.

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^ Yes… they're called sweatpants. happy.gif
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^ Yes… they're called sweatpants. happy.gif

 

I've seen sweatpants with pockets before.. by the way, why are you up at 2:23 am?

 

I was reading a thread by @mafoofan about it (although he asked about no rear pockets).

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/47698/no-rear-pockets-on-bespoke-pants-thoughts

 

 

I mean, I'm getting them made, no one is going to see my arse; and I don't even use them. So, I don't see the point in having them.

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My wife wears pants without pockets.
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Has anyone dared to have pants made with no pockets? That would be an interesting look and something to experiment. I'm trying it myself when I go to my first appointment with my tailor this afternoon.

 

yes, only suits tho. I've experimented with the 4 combos and I like one pocket right side best.  No pockets is just a little bit too feminine IMO  -  not that anyone other than work colleagues is likely to notice -  and 2 pockets feels like more of an odd trew thing.  

 

edit:  I''m assuming u mean no back  pockets.  No pockets at all would be off.

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