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Kent Wang blue linen suit

Kent Wang linen/cotton shirt

Kent Wang Jacobean Laton pocket square

Kent Wang dark brown captoe—my loafers are at the cobbler

 

Wow, that's a really unusual seersucker. Do you know which mill makes it?

 

The outfit looks good. Peak lapel on seersucker is kind of strange though.

Hey Kent, 

 

I'm not sure of the mill, it is a Hickey Freeman, I wonder if that helps at all for you. 

Thanks for the compliment, when I saw the peaks I was  pretty excited.

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That hat shape, style, and size look perfect on you (i.e. on Holdfast). Hats are hard.
Absolutely right on both counts!
Hats are easiest when worn for practical reasons, as here (or with an overcoat or raincoat in cold or wet weather). This wise advice was given to me by Holdfast himself.
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Braddock, looks like an interesting grenadine weave, do you know what it is called?

 

No grenadine, it's a zig zag silk knit tie. http://www.shibumi-berlin.com/Ties/Zig-Zag-Knit-Tie-Salmon-Silk::258.html

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This double-breasted RLBL has such structured shoulders; after experiencing the land of milk and honey via a natural-shoulder Corneliani-made Polo, I always have nagging doubts about this thing.

I changed the buttons out from a dark navy to the brown horn here (a subtle change, but made a difference), which helps. But still, I can't help but feel that if a double breasted version of my Polo blazer showed up on eBay or B&S for cheap (or trade), I would jump on it in a heartbeat…

Thoughts, oh SF intelligentsia?
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Okay, no need to insult people you know.  

I like the Ivy thing a lot. 

 

 

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The torrents have stopped in NYC, for the time being, but fog and humidity have remained . . .
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Great Crusty.  Those grey-taupe colors again really suit u

 

 

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Two days in a row in a suit...rare for me.

Suit: Kiton
Shirt: Fairfax
Tie: Borrelli
Shoes: G&G
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awsm, and nice pic

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Now, today's attire shows the disadvantage of being the office dandy. I last wore this suit on the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend, at which time it made a very definite impression, to the point where one of my colleagues yesterday asked, in an imploring tone, when I would next be wearing the white linen suit. As the lady in question is a long-time colleague and friend, and as it will be only moderately warm today, I decided to accede to her wish.

For better or worse, then . . .


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That is just perfect Crusty!
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Now, today's attire shows the disadvantage of being the office dandy. I last wore this suit on the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend, at which time it made a very definite impression, to the point where one of my colleagues yesterday asked, in an imploring tone, when I would next be wearing the white linen suit. As the lady in question is a long-time colleague and friend, and as it will be only moderately warm today, I decided to accede to her wish.

For better or worse, then . . .


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Awesome dear heart, awesome nod[1].gif
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Quick edit GM you fast hand Luke from south of da river:nodding:
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Apologies for x post Friday Challenge



Bobby Moore and... (Click to show)

I know, I know it's a red tie...





as per the FC in honour of our greatest footballing hour...



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Okay, no need to insult people you know.  
I like the Ivy thing a lot. 

No insult intended.

intelligentsia |inˌteliˈjentsēə|
noun (usu. the intelligentsia) [ treated as sing. or pl. ]
intellectuals or highly educated people as a group, esp. when regarded as possessing culture and political influence.
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Okay, no need to insult people you know.  
I like the Ivy thing a lot. 

No insult intended.

intelligentsia |inˌteliˈjentsēə|
noun (usu. the intelligentsia) [ treated as sing. or pl. ]
intellectuals or highly educated people as a group, esp. when regarded as possessing culture and political influence.

 

 

well then , when u put it that way:satisfied:

 

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I was just  messing wit ya :cheers:

 

 

Crusty,  dayum

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Dinner at Rao's tonight!

All Eidos errrythang except the hooves and Umbrella - thems is Michele Negri and Maglia.
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