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:D - Cap toe looks a lot more elongated in the pic as I pulled my trouser cuff back and focused on the shoe to get more details - I do need to upgrade my shoe collection though (as well as my photography)... :embar: 

 

Edit: Pocket square is white background - I think my linen would've been better but was not available.  Thanks re: the tie, its wool and I quite like the texture.

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I usually come back to the same combinations over and over.

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I usually come back to the same combinations over and over.

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Actually, the last time I recall you wearing this, you had a green tie and a white linen ps. I remember it because it inspired me to try the same combination. This also looks great, as always.

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Flannel season is slowly coming to a close here in Denmark, but still chilly enough this morning..


That looks really nice. It looks very relaxed.
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Thanks.  Yeah, it's a sack jacket.  I mentioned on here having the waist taken in once and I was almost attacked.  

 

I'll attack you if you don't do it!

 

More SuitSupply love from me today. It's still raining and blowing like a mofo here in Sydney, so my other set of rubber-soled, storm-welted footwear was pressed into service. These Loake Bedales are nice boots, but alas, not quite as sleek as my C&J Exmoors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

n.b. - Edited for colour balance in top photos. Shirt is very pale blue.

 

Classic Cox.  Earthy tones r your sprezz.

 

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Props to a young guy who wears bow ties.:slayer:  Used to be that only consultant physicians wore them in these parts, but I'm told that even that is old hat.

 

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Sleeping in your suit is a good way to run it in. :teach:

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I like that on SF, I'm still considered a young guy. Being closer to 40 than 30, I usually think of myself as middle aged.

I'll always be 25 at heart though.
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You don't hit middle age these days until after 40.

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I like that on SF, I'm still considered a young guy. Being closer to 40 than 30, I usually think of myself as middle aged.

I'll always be 25 at heart though.

As I'm closer to 60 than to 59 at present, hearing someone whine about the onset of middle age makes me grit my teeth. If it comforts you, however, I still think of you as a young guy smile.gif . Also, please note that though chronology is inevitable, maturity is entirely optional. satisfied.gif
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I can tell you that "opulence" was heavily featured in last night's show at the Met Museum, as the first gallery was devoted to jewels - including some quite large diamonds (Golconda, the world's major source of diamonds until the 19th century, was one of the Deccani sultanates). The locals must have picked up on this - the members' preview was quite well-attended - both the galleries and the Petrie Court (where refreshments were served) were full to overflowing.

Alas, back to an ordinary Wednesday . . .

Suit - BB
Shirt - Lewin
Tie - Andrew's Ties
PS - Robert Talbott
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Musem of Art
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand


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Also, please note that though chronology is inevitable, maturity is entirely optional. satisfied.gif

 

Brilliant! :lol:

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Grey with a bit of colour:

 

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Long time no see, @Gerry Nelson. Good to have you back.
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As I'm closer to 60 than to 59 at present, hearing someone whine about the onset of middle age makes me grit my teeth. If it comforts you, however, I still think of you as a young guy smile.gif . Also, please note that though chronology is inevitable, maturity is entirely optional. satisfied.gif

TBH, I'm quite happy growing older. Most (non-physical) things get easier, finances are better, et c. As you say, luckily, maturity is optional.
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Long time no see, @Gerry Nelson. Good to have you back.

Thank you! It's nice to be back.
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