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Another what I should have worn aka WISH WornTM.

 

No tie. (Click to show)

 

Different colours, but this reminds of Paul McCartney in "Magical Mystery Tour":

 

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Evilman upgraded his phone?

Same phone, different app (Instagram) and location (my kitchen).

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A not so solid day for me.  All patterns except for the shoes.  Not sure if the pants count.  The belt is black watch.  I should have gone without the tie, but I was trying to get a striped tie in for the challenge.  Too much in hindsight.  Sans tie, this would be my apres ski fit.  

 

 

Not your briefs then? :)

 

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Continuing the louder ties, I was worried the colour in the tie might clash with the shoes, any opinions? I reckon it was OK in the end.

 

 

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Wicked Evil

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Something a bit different... 

 

 

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I fnd the mix of tertiarys very appealing.  Sort of a seventies look.

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Same basic principle as yesterday, but with less bold trousers but much shinier buttons........


...and oh, it's an unvented blazer eek.gif
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Channeling my inner Mr. Chips. The Friday Challenge to wear a repp stripe tie - I took the bow tie variant of that.

Suit - BBGF
Shirt - BB
Tie - PRL
Cufflinks - Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London
PS - Ashear
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - C & J Maltons
Overcoat - BB
Scarf - Olde England, Beauchamp Pl., London
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center


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Loud jacket day. Open for suggestions on what trousers to pair with. The base is a really earthy green. Checks are orange, dark red (dark wine?) and very dark grey.

 

SC - Caruso

Shirt - Kamakura

Tie - Corneliani wool

Trousers - Oscar Jacobson

Shoes - Alden #8

 

Detail shot of tie and SC (Click to show)

 

 

Spoo pose (Click to show)

 

 

 

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@Anden top block is excellent. I'd prefer long wing bluchers as opposed to the loafers but that's only if you own one.

Once again, fantastic jacket and tie. Deets on both?
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@Anden top block is excellent. I'd prefer long wing bluchers as opposed to the loafers but that's only if you own one.

Once again, fantastic jacket and tie. Deets on both?

Very kind @kulata

I will probably use it with my RL Marlows but they had to rest after yesterday. I don't own any longwings yet.

The jacket is a Raffaele Caruso and the tie is Corneliani. Both all wool.

 

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Red shirt day. Sorry no full fit frown.gif

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Most excellent SC, Anden.
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Red shirt day. Sorry no full fit frown.gif

 

Well done with the patterns!

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Most excellent SC, Anden.

Most kind of you sir!

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Anden, let me join the chorus praising that SC and the way you are wearing it--it ain't easy to take a "horse blanket" pattern and pull it into a tasteful, coherent fit, but you certainly have done so. 

 

Enjoying your tumblr quite a bit these days, too.  My only quibble is that the Old Fashioned rather than the Manhattan seems to be the cocktail of choice.  :nest:

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