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I'd say yes. You might tone down the tie and square to a darker color, though.
Thanks. I need to boost my tie collections.
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Hi gentlemen

Northern lites- dk brown odd trews 

 

 

BB cashmere SC, T Lewin silk knit, KW linen square, Kamakura shirt, Vass cordo brogues

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Pre drinks in the hotel room at the Christmas celebrations with the firm that was held in a country manor deep in the woods in the middle of nowhere. Perfect venue for a party.

 

 

 

 

Surroundings (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

For some reason I ended up in a large bathtub from the 80's while discussing whether we could fill it with Champagne. (Click to show)
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Almost thumbed, despite my hate for navy odd pants.

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I used to scoff at people claiming that lint rollers were bad for clothes (seemed overly fussy), but I've actually seen them leave small amounts of glue residue on clothes. So, nowadays I only use rollers on clothes I don't care as much about. Brushes are so much better, they get most of the stuff out that's managed to mingle with the fibers of your clothes (in my case dog hair).

Big +1. I actually have one that's made of very fine copper bristles that works really well.

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Suit fits great, but I'm not a fan of this tie with a/this suit. Too informal imo.

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Pre drinks in the hotel room at the Christmas celebrations with the firm that was held in a country manor deep in the woods in the middle of nowhere. Perfect venue for a party.

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Looks like a lot of fun!
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Looks like a lot of fun!

We had the best time!

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Almost thumbed, despite my hate for navy odd pants.

 

I'll count that as a victory.  

 

Pliny and Anden, outstanding fits.

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Pre drinks in the hotel room at the Christmas celebrations with the firm that was held in a country manor deep in the woods in the middle of nowhere. Perfect venue for a party.

 

 

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Surroundings (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

For some reason I ended up in a large bathtub from the 80's while discussing whether we could fill it with Champagne. (Click to show)

 

 

Looks like fun. And you look great, too! Cheers! 

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From yesterday:

 

Bonus with pic turned around dont know why

 

MTM Jacket and pants

cappelli

Rubinacci

Dovers

 

hope you like it and critics are welcomed.

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Looks like big fun, @Anden

 

Today: bringing out a vintage ebay find. 

 

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New Capybara gloves from shibumi and the color is great for my brown DB overcoat.

 

 

 

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Amazing gloves.

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New Capybara gloves from shibumi and the color is great for my brown DB overcoat.

 

 

 

 

 

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The weather in NYC continues to be crappy - wet and foggy this AM, with promise of rain all day and evening. I've turned to my oldest suit, my first MTM commission, since re-fitted, as I'm some 20 lbs. lighter than I was when the suit was made in 2003. The fitting was done at Brooks Bros. by Martin Greenfield himself, a consummate salesman, who, when there were no RTW waistcoats available for measurements, took his own waistcoat off and put it on me, so as to have an idea as to what my measurements should be. It was an experience, working with Martin.

Suit - BB MTM
Shirt - BB
Tie - BBGF
Cufflinks - Vancouver Art Museum (engraved with a First Nations representation of a bear's head)
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
Raincoat and scarf - Burberry
Hat - Weatherproof


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Pre drinks in the hotel room at the Christmas celebrations with the firm that was held in a country manor deep in the woods in the middle of nowhere. Perfect venue for a party.

Looks like you had a grand time, and you looked great for the party. Cheers!
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I have visible grays in my beard!

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I have visible grays in my beard!

Welcome to the club, Grey Beard! Your PS is afraid of you.

I'm pretty sure that's how all parties are supposed to end. Looking very good!
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Hi gentlemen
Northern lites- dk brown odd trews  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







BB cashmere SC, T Lewin silk knit, KW linen square, Kamakura shirt, Vass cordo brogues

inlove.gif I thought the trews would be charcoal but I'm sure whatever you chose works. Sometimes I see fits on here that I would wear in a heartbeat and that's why I like them. I would likely never wear this but it's awesome. (Except for the light grey socks. GTFO with those.)
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