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Some nice fits over the last two pages - today´s take: a new sb 3pc tweed suit with wide lapels, completely unstructured, full-canvassed, no shoulder padding, Norfolk back and patched, flapped pockets. 

 

 

 

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I am thankful that @Braddock shares awesome outfits on this Thanksgiving day.


:lol:

 

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@Braddock can I get the cloth info on that grey flannel? I love it.

 

Sure, that's a Vitale Barberis flannel made for Caccioppoli (not sure if exclusive for them). Anyway, they have this flannel in a huge color range and I'm really satisfied with it. I already ordered a trouser in that flannel last year and I was so happy with it, that I decided to order a suit as well.
 

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Love that tie!

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Challenge X-post:



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"Shooting" the Bond sequel:

Steven Hitchcock SB DV 3 piece navy pinstripe - T&A shirt with self designed collar from Budd - Ferragamo tie
Accessoires: Heckler & Koch submachine - Bentley coupe - Bond female weapons dealer
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I'm back :

 

 

 

 

Dennis Walter, your new suit is absolutely amazing :bigstar: i also realy like the small waist with the big chest, that make me think about Laurence Fellows drawing. Bravo to you and to the maker.

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Full shot, portrait and shoes (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 


Are those cufflinks from the Vasa Museum in Stockholm?

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New member checking in, this is what I'm wearing today. The trousers are dark navy, lighting makes them look lighter.

 

Galleries

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Just would like to point out that I find this amazing.

is this a cappelli tie?

 

what are the specs on the collars of your shirts?

 

thank you sir for the inspiration

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New member checking in, this is what I'm wearing today. The trousers are dark navy, lighting makes them look lighter.

grey trews. Some in this thread tolerate navy, but here it's flat wrong. Reserve those trews for a med grey SC. (but hopefully u dont have one of those)
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Some nice fits over the last two pages - today´s take: a new sb 3pc tweed suit with wide lapels, completely unstructured, full-canvassed, no shoulder padding, Norfolk back and

I like your conservative fits more Dennis .
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Just would like to point out that I find this amazing.
is this a cappelli tie?
what are the specs on the collars of your shirts?
thank you sir for the inspiration

Thx, yes Cappelli. Shirts Kamakura, check their site for OCBD
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Are those cufflinks from the Vasa Museum in Stockholm?

 

It´s a german ship and so it´s over the water and not under. 

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The Friday Challenge today is "pins and chalks", i.e. striped suits. As today's suit was next in rotation anyway, I thought that I'd throw it on, and then go for the Full Monty with the Homburg and the topcoat (though I may regret my decision by the afternoon, as it is supposed to be rather mild in NYC today).

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Braces - Paul Stuart
Vintage watch chain
Boots - Paul Stuart
Topcoat - Turnbull & Asser
Scarf - Frank Stella, NYC
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center, NYC


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They are legendary, Delos particularly.  But there are literally dozens of Japanese bespoke masters (and mistresses) now.

 

There are indeed many Japanese, some of them certainly masters. But I wouldn't say that there are dozens when comparing them to the work of Delos or Dimitri. A few, perhaps. I work with one of them, supposedly a master...but once I received the completed shoes, I would say they certainly aren't on the same level. They are beautiful, well made, well fitting. But some details need improvement and they leaving something to be desired for this reason. 

 

In time and with experience...you are correct that there will be more and more. 

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@Butler  awesome lifestyle photo! Wonder what's the story behind it!

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Are those cufflinks from the Vasa Museum in Stockholm?


I have the exact same cufflinks bought at the Vasa Museum. Guess the ship is generic!

 

Btw, I recall that there are quite a few German ships at the bottom of the ocean as well...

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New member checking in, this is what I'm wearing today. The trousers are dark navy, lighting makes them look lighter.

 

 

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Is that a brown tie with a brown jacket? That's a no-no.

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