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Here's what I'm wearing tomorrow. The Friday Challenge is to style oneself after a historical personage or a painting. As I've got an early morning tomorrow, I decided to be creative this evening. Results are as below.

 

As soon as I saw the bow tie and the three-piece suit, I knew that you were going to be channelling Winnie!

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Seamaster wearing that PS again just to rub it in my face. mad.gif
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Here's what I'm wearing tomorrow. The Friday Challenge is to style oneself after a historical personage or a painting. As I've got an early morning tomorrow, I decided to be creative this evening. Results are as below.

Suit - BB MTM
Shirt - Ike Behar
Tie - Turnbull & Asser
Vintage watch chain
Cufflinks - Penhaligon's
Braces - BB
Shoes - C & J

 

Superb as always. I love the bow tie. Even better than Churchill's.

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I am broken-hearted you didn't make the grumpy face.
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Not entirely sold on the sockless here… but the top half is awesome Victor.


(Of course you already know that.)
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I am broken-hearted you didn't make the grumpy face.

 

...whilst carrying a Tommy gun.

 

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My Dad's MTM David Reeves. Feedback appreciated. Thanks.



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There is a posture called sway back. Most people who don't stand correctly are stooped. The opposite of that is sway back. Anyway, as changes need to be made for whatever the difference is from the "normal" cut, in your case, because the hips are swayed forward, the front line needs to be moved forward, that means all the lines of that circumference needs to be moved forward on the coat. The other way is to rotate the armholes. The trousers could be lifted a little bit in back just under the waistband. On the pattern that amount, or what is needed, would be added to the front, unless the crotch is at the correct height. Only a few people stand "normal". The other 95% should have at least a couple of fittings.
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Friday winter whites
*apologies if this is considered "Men's Casual"





DETAILS
Jacket (part of suit) - P. Johnson Tailors "Napoli"
Shirt - UNIQLO
Jeans - The Armoury x Indigo Farm
Socks - Rapha
Shoes - Alden
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Crusty, that's a winner for sure!

Also, GW, I would never have thought of pairing black loafers (or at least very dark loafers) with white trousers, but it looks very natural with that outfit.
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Seamaster wearing that PS again just to rub it in my face. mad.gif

 

Honestly?

 

Yes

 

:bigstar::decisions:

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Honestly?

Yes

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Another day in the jungel.

 

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Forgot the robopic - sorry.

 

Jacket - Whitcomb & Shaftesbury, bespoke

Shirt - Turnbull & Asser, mtm

Tie and chinos - CT

PS - The Metropolitan museum

Socks - Sock Shop

Shoes - AE.

 

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Khakis of Carmel
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From the FC:
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I love the jacket, who made it?
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