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Kiton three piece suit (2/3)
Kiton shirt
Charvet tie
Thrifted white linen hand rolled hank
GG
Creed orange spice
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post



Deets on deez jackets?

My jacket is made by Carouzos, 100% Linen, unlined, herringbone weave,

Braddocks Jacket is bespoke, wool/mohair blend.

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Unstructured wool/cotton blend jacket makes its debut today when the high temps will push toward 80

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I like the top shot.  Amazing pattern on the jacket.  I like the ps fold.  I feel like I have the same issues with this jacket as before: button stance too high and lapels too narrow.  I really wish the quarters were more open too.  Lastly, I would have liked to see more blue in your outfit.  I think there's too much brown.
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And you brown skinned too. 



You'll have to take my word for it on the button stance. This is not as high as that last jacket. It's in the same spot as the suit jackets I wear, and there's been no suggestion that those are off. The lapels are as skinny as I can tolerate, but I'm okay with them.

As far as the blue is concerned, I was trying to keep the non-jacket elements low-contrast. If I wore cream pants with a mid-brown shoe, I think this would look good with a navy or black knit. In any case, we'll be seeing this jacket a lot this summer, so I'll have many opportunities to try it with various elements.

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I like the top shot.

TWSS
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I like the square. For some reason I don't like patterns on herringbone ties. It's a bit too much at once, imo.

i generally agree.
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Today is a definitely a bit more casual. I like the jacket, it is a navy ticking stripe done in seersucker, shirt is kamakura cutaway and the trousers are H&M linen. Thoughts of the pairings?

 

 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

SB, that jacket is awesome. give it to me.


This.

Happy a good guy got it.

Sad it wasn't me.

Spectacular.
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A rainy Monday in Manhattan . . .


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Really great, crusty. Love the tie especially.
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Pirozzi bespoke jacket, bespoke shirts D'Avino and bespoke ties Passaggio Cravatte

Gianni, unusually restrained for you. Compliments.
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Happy a good guy got it.

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Lots of SF affiliate love in this outfit







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Great suit. Maker?
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^ Andrew Lock.
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I thought you hated that pose Clags! lol8[1].gif

Nice outfit, euro!
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Others do, but I have no issue with it.
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