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Suit-Mtm VBC fabric
Shirt-Christoper Lena
Tie- Tom Ford
Shoes- Loake 1880 strand
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Originally Posted by SYCSYC View Post

Today's outfit was all blue with just a pop of color (and french pointyyyy shoes)

Speaking of French pointy shoes, I'll be shopping for said commodity when in Paris next month - looking for black wingtip balmorals - on the web, it's a tossup between LodinG, Septieme Largeur, Markowski's Prince Jorge line, and Carmina (in ascending order of expense).
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Speaking of French pointy shoes, I'll be shopping for said commodity

 

Shhh! The David Pilchers of SF will hear you!

 

:uhoh:

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My bulbous American feet have stretched out my finely lasted suede French shoes to more appropriate dimensions.  

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Today, after one week without tie or jacket since it was definetely too hot, i have a meeting today, so tie and jacket, but very summery outfit, what do you think ? It's a suit.

 

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

you is crayonzy. 

Photo 9 of 66

looking back at this again, that is a really nice collar IMO. I've saved it so I can take it with me for a shirt fitting to show the maker.

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post


Speaking of French pointy shoes, I'll be shopping for said commodity when in Paris next month - looking for black wingtip balmorals - on the web, it's a tossup between LodinG, Septieme Largeur, Markowski's Prince Jorge line, and Carmina (in ascending order of expense).

do you really mean balmorals, though, or oxfords? (re: argument in the cap toe oxford thread)

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Edited by sebastian mcfox - 7/6/15 at 9:38pm
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Noodles I am not a fan of that lapel at all. Its almost like the suit cant commit to peak or notch lapels
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Noodles I am not a fan of that lapel at all. Its almost like the suit cant commit to peak or notch lapels

God, even lapels have commitment issues these days? When will it ever end?
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

God, even lapels have commitment issues these days? When will it ever end?

I did get married last year but I can't decide between Loake 1880 or Carmina cap toes...
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Originally Posted by semperexcelsius View Post

do you really mean balmorals, though, or oxfords? (re: argument in the cap toe oxford thread)

In the cases of Carmina, LodinG, and Markowski, Oxfords - in the case of Septieme Largeur, Balmorals. Thanks to Chogall for the explanation of the difference.
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

God, even lapels have commitment issues these days? When will it ever end?

seriously right. I could understand if it was some fashion brand but what the hell!
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Noodles I am not a fan of that lapel at all. Its almost like the suit cant commit to peak or notch lapels

You've done it now JK. Right now Noodles is throwing out this suit, and every other suit in his wardrobe which is guilty by association for sharing the same closet space as this one. There will now be another ten thousand hand-wringing posts on the Noodles thread while he agonises over refilling his wardrobe wth another eight identical navy blue suits and one grey one. Rinse and repeat.
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Edited by The Noodles - 7/7/15 at 1:09pm
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