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Love the color combination!!Very beautiful pocket square 

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Nice fit but the PS is completely off. In my view, too dull for that dope jacket. A neutral or subtle paisley colour coordinated PS with gold-ish effect (from what I foresee from the check patterns) would have enhanced the overall look. For once, still think it hard to pull off that type of jacket with a PS...

I didn't even see the PS. So, I agree.

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More Fresco, Pliny? My jealousy abounds...tie and shoes look excellent as well.

 

Edit: which shade of Fresco?

 

thx, but not 'more', only i wish.

 It/s  511 IIRC def the nicest grey imo

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Nice fit but the PS is completely off. In my view, too dull for that dope jacket. A neutral or subtle paisley colour coordinated PS with gold-ish effect (from what I foresee from the check patterns) would have enhanced the overall look. For once, still think it hard to pull off that type of jacket with a PS...


I usually wear this with a white square or navy pin dot for contrast, It just did't work with the tie, but a fair suggestion.

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Thanks, white it is!

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As there recently was a request for no more pizza pictures, here's a Provence Roasted Chicken and Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label picture taken at Fig & Olive on the corner of Melrose Place and La Cienega.....


...and for those who might be wondering if I was wearing trousers, here's a picture with my favorite relay box, on the corner of Melrose Place and Melrose Avenue.

Napps ivory silk half-lined three button sack coat with welted edges, patch pockets and a hook vent (just about as Ivy as Ivy can be), Brooks Brothers tie and PPBD shirt, Jim Thompson red silk pocket square with elephants (yes, I'm one of them), Trafalgar blue and red surcingle belt, Polo Ralph Lauren Madras trousers with my Hamilton 992B pocket watch in the watch pocket, Rugby Ralph Lauren red, white, and blue socks, and Bass white bucs with blue shoe laces.

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Roycru, like your outfit. Just yesterday saw a madras jacket just like your trousers in my size, from Ralph Lauren at 19 € and thought about getting it... but  I thought I would probably not use it at all... here madras is not very popular (that is why a Ralph Lauren jacket would be priced at 19 €).

 

But I have been thinking about that jacket for two days now haha

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x-post from this week's challenge:


 

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Sartoria Ring jacket, CT shirt, PRL chinos, Mazarin socks, C&J suede monks.

 

 

Who r u   and what have u done with Monkeyface?

 

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Love it! One cool looking dude. the photography seems to be different/better
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Roycru, like your outfit. Just yesterday saw a madras jacket just like your trousers in my size, from Ralph Lauren at 19 € and thought about getting it... but  I thought I would probably not use it at all... here madras is not very popular (that is why a Ralph Lauren jacket would be priced at 19 €).

 

But I have been thinking about that jacket for two days now haha


If you wait too long, someone else will buy it, and you will spend the rest of your life wishing that you had bought it.  

My trousers have a buckle in back and narrow belt loops as well as 1 3/4" inch cuffs, also very Ivy.  I never was very good at dealing with change.  I just continue along as if it was still 1959.

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Who r u   and what have u done with Monkeyface?

 

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Love it! One cool looking dude. the photography seems to be different/better

 

I pinched my wife's camera... I'm never going to be one of the people who takes proper pictures of themselves everyday, but I may do it once a week in future.

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K-T, that shirt should not even be in the same closet as that jacket.
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K-T, that shirt should not even be in the same closet as that jacket.
Hahahahahahaha! Yeah, I realized they weren't good together when I saw the picture.
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If you wait too long, someone else will buy it, and you will spend the rest of your life wishing that you had bought it.  

My trousers have a buckle in back and narrow belt loops as well as 1 3/4" inch cuffs, also very Ivy.  I never was very good at dealing with change.  I just continue along as if it was still 1959.

 

Haha, I know... next time I go I'll check if there is still one in my size, if there is, I'll take one, if not... I will forget about it (hopefully) :)

 

I really like your style because of that... very American classic... 

 

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Very nice jacket @Koala-T

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Shoulders a little too large/too much padding (for my tastes), tie is a bit meh, PS is scruffy-looking, trousers a tad too short, sleeves might be a tad too long (pernickity). Otherwise solid.

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