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This green corduroy jacket is becoming my favorite thing to wear with jeans. Corduroy may be incongruous with the "sockless" look bit I don't care.

 

 

Not so invisible socks. :uhoh:

 

 

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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Good advice for anyone.
Some of my best and most loyal clients are the ones for whom I managed to turn around an initially disappointing result.
May cost you a bit more time and effort than you like at first, but chances are you'll get it back in the long run.

^ this.

Taken to the extreme - when I studied business, I read a case study of a cell phone brand who consistently let out unfinished products on the market, and when they broke down, the brand in question gave the best possible service in repairing them. The customers were so happy with the great, no hassle, service that they stayed with this brand.

I would never suggest anyone to follow this scheme when making menswear though, because repeated bad quality will deter customers quick as hell, but it may say something about always giving the best possible service. Even if you think the customer is extremely picky.
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XPOST with friday challenge (Replicate a Historical Photo or Painting)

 

Here's my humble entry with a pictures of a children who enjoy his new shoes as me (Pictures has been took in 1946 in Austria, so the historical meaning is heavy) :

 

 

 

And in color :

 

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

This green corduroy jacket is becoming my favorite thing to wear with jeans. Corduroy may be incongruous with the "sockless" look bit I don't care. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Not so invisible socks. uhoh.gif



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Green + blue (in the right shades) is one of my favorite color combos. I have a sea green tweed in the works I can't wait to wear with... everything from white denim to raw denim to light grey flannel.
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Green + blue (in the right shades) is one of my favorite color combos. I have a sea green tweed in the works I can't wait to wear with... everything from white denim to raw denim to light grey flannel.

I can't wait to see this. Tweed and denim are made for each other.
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More relaxed today than I normally dress for work.

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Jacket, shirt and trousers - CT
PS - Kent Wang

Socks - Sock Shpo

Pin  LMH

Shoes - Carmina

 

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Those trousers are sooo Nordic. lol

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Those trousers are sooo Nordic. lol

 Than I have amused at least one person this day. roflmao.

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 Than I have amused at least one person this day. roflmao.


I love it! I lived in Dubai for a while and my American and Commonwealth friends always used to say that when you saw someone in pants like that it was always a Dutch person or a Nordic person. Interestingly, Americans share a similarly colorful sartorial history. The Trad Ivy style is full of bright colors, madras jackets, white shoes, etc.

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post


I love it! I lived in Dubai for a while and my American and Commonwealth friends always used to say that when you saw someone in pants like that it was always a Dutch person or a Nordic person. Interestingly, Americans share a similarly colorful sartorial history. The Trad Ivy style is full of bright colors, madras jackets, white shoes, etc.

Yes, very common in Holland. Usually worn with brown suede brogues while binge drinking with your hockey pals. Field hockey of course, none of that north American nonsense.
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You surly can observe chinos like that in Norway, but they are pretty rare, though. For me this is typical british, weekend style. Accompanied by loafers or derby brogues.

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I saw a lot of this in Copenhagen when I was there last year.

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Grey, blue and brown:







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I apologize for the poor photos, but here we go.

 

 

 

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