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^ That is so, so good, Six.

Are the shoes long-wing punchcaps? Don't know if I've ever seen that configuration before!
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^They Look like galoshes, maybe Vass?

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^^ Thanks, jc! They're just balmorals, from Vaaaaaaash.



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^Is that antic cognac then?

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Boys, some very dope fits over the past couple of pages. Won´t go into detail this time, but there was plenty of eyecandy. 

 

The antidote to this sugar overload should help us all get back to a normal level: 

 

 

 

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Casual today!   Our own design!  

 

 

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I believe myself and the other posters advising @Koala-T were referring to the bagginess in the thighs of some of trousers, not the bottom taper. I probably muddied the subject earlier by complimenting his "more tailored" pants, instead of specifying "trimmer thighs" as I should have. Or perhaps I've just forgetten a couple of posts advising him to taper!
He doesn't need anything tapered. It'll emphasize the drop between his hips and thighs. Loose and straight is where it's at like some of Don's pants
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The Friday Challenge this week is a "coat/jacket" challenge, conceived by the winner of last week's challenge, who happens to live in Sweden, where it is already much colder than most of the continental US, so today's outerwear (coat and scarf) are for demonstration purposes only. Were it significantly cooler here in NYC, I'd be wearing the whole rig, but, as it will be 70F/21C here by the afternoon, the hat will be more than enough insulation for the day.

I've also got a members' reception/preview this evening at the Met Museum, so I'm using it as the excuse for overdressing for a Thursday.

Suit - RLPL
Shirt - BB MTM
Tie - Charvet
PS & braces - PRL
Vintage watch chain
Cufflinks - Penhaligon's
Shoes - C & J Edgwares
Hat - Selentino
Coat and scarf - Turnbull & Asser


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Really nice.


A while ago in sunny England:





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Really want that tie. Deets please?
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Nice and muted, I love it!

 

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Boys, some very dope fits over the past couple of pages. Won´t go into detail this time, but there was plenty of eyecandy. 

 

The antidote to this sugar overload should help us all get back to a normal level: 

 

 

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Love the pinned collar! I also love broad striped shirts!

 

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Casual today!   Our own design!  

 

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I'm a sucker for suits and/or jackets worn casually with a turtleneck. Plus, I love broad lapels and herringbone fabric. Obviously, this gets my vote!

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Yeah, it's just that I never, ever, not once, ever thought about losing weight. Good thing you brought it up. I woulda been stuck out on fatass island for the rest of my life.

 

This ^

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The Friday Challenge this week is a "coat/jacket" challenge, conceived by the winner of last week's challenge, who happens to live in Sweden, where it is already much colder than most of the continental US, so today's outerwear (coat and scarf) are for demonstration purposes only. Were it significantly cooler here in NYC, I'd be wearing the whole rig, but, as it will be 70F/21C here by the afternoon, the hat will be more than enough insulation for the day.

Echoing Sir Crust, it's the same deal here in San Francisco so the jacket is FFCPO - For Friday Challenge Purposes Only. Still, since I don't have a long overcoat and don't need one here anyway, I tried a field coat with an otherwise Trad fit. Good? Bad? Meh?







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Echoing Sir Crust, it's the same deal here in San Francisco so the jacket is FFCPO - For Friday Challenge Purposes Only. Still, since I don't have a long overcoat and don't need one here anyway, I tried a field coat with an otherwise Trad fit. Good? Bad? Meh?
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I like it. For me, this is on the good side of pushing the boundaries. The coat isn't too outdoorsy and the colors work well.
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