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V nice, Murl, and good call on the PS. Huge surprise, I have that one and love it. smile.gif
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V nice, Murl, and good call on the PS. Huge surprise, I have that one and love it. smile.gif

Sweet. Send it my way when you're done with it!
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Awesome SC, newc.

Thanks man, Team Formosa 4 Lyf.
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Newc, that is indeed a proper SC.

Doodals?

I like the use of proper biggrin.gif.
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Some fits of the last days. I had an interesting photo shoot with my godchild on Christmas Day. I never felt so masculine.

 

 

 

 

 

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You and AAS went to the same school of color mixing.   I think you could dial back the (color) contrast a little if you want to go for tasteful..  but on the other hand I'm guessing that you know exactly what you're doing, are not about to change and will stay with the dandy-   which IMO is great to see here.   Again, like AAS.   I do love every individual piece.

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Yesterday church fit
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noice

 

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Worn for Christmas service...

 

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Wow that blue and that grey work so well together.   And is that a bitter choc tie?  :slayer:

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Sweet. Send it my way when you're done with it!

So you want it in a million years from now?
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Like the combo but the pants are unflaterringly tight IMO.


Its the angle.. its not tight.. I was literally bent over trying to fix the problem with my pant going over my boots...This is  different picture of the pants in a more natural stance..

 


Thanks Pliny! It is.. great eye!

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Suit: Belvest
Shirt: Kiton broadcloth french cuffs
Tie: E Marinella
Socks: Dore Dore
Shoes: John Lobb (Paris)
Pocket Square: Alexander Kabbaz
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Tuesday, and it's turned much colder in NYC - time for flannel and tweed.

Suit - BBGF
Shirt, tie, overcoat - BB
Cufflinks - Benson & Clegg, London
PS - Ashear
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's, Boston
Scarf - Fortnum & Mason
Hat - Selentino


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Wore something remarkably similar last week... but heh, this has got to be the most comfortable outfit I have right now, and I just love this jacket.





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A Sterling slide belt buckle would work nicely.

BTW, love the JLC.
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A Sterling slide belt buckle would work nicely.

BTW, love the JLC.

Thanks for the JLC love! I haven't worn it in eons... I need a new strap, lost some wrist weight it appears.
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I've got a cold. It was a day for dark clothes.

 

Sans PS because meh. I have some on order and tired of cycling through the few I have.

 

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This isn't me being NOBD. This is me going after my falling camera.

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Newc, jacket/shirt/watch combo is on point.
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Newcomer and jester, great combos guys!
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I like the JLC and double monk straps. Very nice!
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