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Bravo @Cleav
, bravo. If you feel like blessing us mortals with the information of that SC's cloth, it would be much appreciated!

Simply a superlative look.


Kind of you to ask Eric. I know but this... (others will know more, I just wear em!)

Raffale Caruso, Sartoria Parma, Cashmere Wool

I'm really looking for a dark green Scottish cashmere tie to match it up with @inimitable c'mon man! biggrin.gif
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Not the greatest picture. But there are feet.



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Excellent Clags, is that the Luxe X YH linen (creamsicle I believe it was)?

 

Also, dig the jacket...be curious to know the deets of it.

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For the suede friday challenge :

Too cold too wear my kind of A1 Suede flight jacket, so i do another thing :












I once owned an incredible cashmere robe I would wear for refreshing spring morning walks with my sporting hounds while breakfast was being prepared by one of my attendants. It was a lovely garment that I must confess even inspired occasional erections when a light breeze would send its cool, buttery smooth hand languidly sailing across my dangling manhood.

One morning, after being serviced by a visiting Czech nanny, I reached for that robe only to discover - to my unmitigated horror, that it was missing. In its stead was a quilted cotton abortion that ultimately resulted in the termination of one of my maids, who, upon interrogation (and prior to termination), confirmed that she'd accidentally washed my cashmere robe with a red velvet sock, the peel of a single orange, fresh juniper, a blue snow cone, and an entire box of Crayola Crayons from Acridlamb's junior art studio.

It looked eerily similar.
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I once owned an incredible cashmere robe I would wear for refreshing spring morning walks with my sporting hounds while breakfast was being prepared by one of my attendants. It was a lovely garment that I must confess even inspired occasional erections when a light breeze would send its cool, buttery smooth hand languidly sailing across my dangling manhood.

One morning, after being serviced by a visiting Czech nanny, I reached for that robe only to discover - to my unmitigated horror, that it was missing. In its stead was a quilted cotton abortion that ultimately resulted in the termination of one of my maids, who, upon interrogation (and prior to termination), confirmed that she'd accidentally washed my cashmere robe with a red velvet sock, the peel of a single orange, fresh juniper, a blue snow cone, and an entire box of Crayola Crayons from Acridlamb's junior art studio.

It looked eerily similar.



(I agree, though)
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Tuesday.  

 

 

 

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I once owned an incredible cashmere robe I would wear for refreshing spring morning walks with my sporting hounds while breakfast was being prepared by one of my attendants. It was a lovely garment that I must confess even inspired occasional erections when a light breeze would send its cool, buttery smooth hand languidly sailing across my dangling manhood.

One morning, after being serviced by a visiting Czech nanny, I reached for that robe only to discover - to my unmitigated horror, that it was missing. In its stead was a quilted cotton abortion that ultimately resulted in the termination of one of my maids, who, upon interrogation (and prior to termination), confirmed that she'd accidentally washed my cashmere robe with a red velvet sock, the peel of a single orange, fresh juniper, a blue snow cone, and an entire box of Crayola Crayons from Acridlamb's junior art studio.

It looked eerily similar.

I like stories.

 

 

 

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Last Weekend.

 

 

 

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Cheers,

Gino

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AAS,

Normally I'm a big fan of your fits but I can't get past the feeling that the top of your looks deserves a better pairing than what you chose as the bottom half. Maybe it's the combination of heavier fabric/bold colors with light weight, light colored pants? Not loving the loafers either but they might look better with a darker pant too????

Like I said, love the top half!

SB, this is one of my favorite posts by you. Really nice looking suit!

Clag, that SC is simply KILLER!!!
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It's been awhile Gents! Nice to see some familiar faces still doing what they do best. Here's what I wore today....



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Thanks, @Ebonyman!
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Variegated knit from Sozzi.

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@Darkside  shirt? solid collar

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Hello all, this is my first post in the waywrn. Unfortunately, I did not get a good photo of my wardrobe today, but I will find an excuse in the next week to redo this theme and hopefully things will align and I will do better smile.gif

 

Welcome.

Try to post more and bigger pictures, also full figure. It's not easy to say about fit from this. But the tie is to shiny with the rest for my taste.

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