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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post

Er...whatever. Anyway I started numbering my WAYWRN fits a few months ago. Perhaps it's pointless. I'm not sure.

Or perhaps it's the most important thing you've ever done and songs will be written about it.
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Or perhaps it's the most important thing you've ever done and songs will be written about it.

 

I'm commissioning an epic poem and we are in the process of negotiating film rights. I'm thinking, Brad.

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Envious.

 

I would love to have a part-time job working for some sort of haberdasher. I don't have any free-time as is, but I'd make some to work in clothing.

 

@Claghorn, it´s definitely the best part-time job one can think of - i am getting paid to talk to people about my favourite subject and can regularly stuff my face with suits, shirts, jackets...not too bad, i guess. 

 

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t's starting to be very dark...

 

 

 

 

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I love that suit, @bienluienapris

 

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Pal Zileri suit

Bespoke shirt

Drake's tie

Eton ps

Allen Edmonds

Vintage cufflinks

 

A little less loud this time. Love the suit, it has a wool/silk fabric that feels extremely soft to the touch. Only problem is that the fabric wrinkles easily.

 

Love the tie here - i am not a big fan of small-scaled stripes normally, but you made it work for me. Cheers, @DiplomaticTies

 

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Nice one, @sugarbutch

 

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Another good example to prove that a great smile is the best accessoir you can wear. Well done, @mossrockss

 

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Nice shades, @Koala-T - maybe the pants could use some slight tapering at the very end of the leg opening...right now it looks like as if the bulge out a bit...nitty-gritty, it is, admittedly. 

 

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SuSu - MJ Bale - HN White - Kamakura - Seiko - C&J

 

Lovely tie, @Coxsackie- and a very nice suit to go with it. 

 

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I was just thinking that, too.

 

Perhaps Cox has assigned a numerical value to all possible permutations of his wardrobe in some sort of tabulated format - X suit with J shirt with Y tie with B pocketsquare and so on - and the above combination is no.21 on the list of permutations?

 

:p 

 

You got me thinking now...:nodding:

 

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I'm commissioning an epic poem and we are in the process of negotiating film rights. I'm thinking, Brad.

 

I think some pages ago one of the members wrote an epic tale about someone loosing a beautiful coat which led to the demissoin of mistress, household staff and a good morning´s peaceful breakfast. I think he should get the job. 

 

 

Today´s fit: mixing city and countryside. 

 

 

 

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Thanks you Dennis.

 

This tie could be a bit loud, but it goes perfectly with this suit. I love the combination between yellow and blue. During the fall, this kind of jacket are perfect in my opinion, like a barbour etc...

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Fall is definitely here...

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Fall is definitely here...
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Damn, that's crisp.

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X-post from last Friday Challenge.

 

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#19. Temperature descended to 15 degrees in Melbourne this afternoon, allowing me a brief window to get some fit pics of a new rig I know some folks have been waiting to see.

 

So, without further ado, I give you: The B&Tailor Suit.

 

 

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:satisfied: The shoulders and top of the sleeve make this worth the wait imo  Looking forward to the front-on shot.

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Again, a cool day without threat of rain - another day to dress up.

Suit - BB MTM
Shirt - Turnbull & Asser
Tie - Harvie & Hudson
Cufflinks - Benson & Clegg
PS - Robert Talbott
Shoes - Paul Stuart house brand
Hat - Selentino
Coat - Tyrwhitt
Scarf - Ede & Ravenscroft


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@in stitches Thanks, will have a look over NMWA

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Good luck and godspeed to you!

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@jcmeyer

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Been lurking too long now. Busy days at work combined with buying and selling houses. Hope to be able to post more in the coming months. 

 

Anyway,


Green flannell suit by Boglioli, unlined and cosy.

Drake's wool tie,

Kamakura

Altea Milano square

Marlows.

Unlined peccary gloves by Hestra,

 

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Having some fun with patterns

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome back, @in stitches and @Anden .  Great fits from both of you. 

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