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@lordsuperb That is a nice song. 

 

This is Bob Dylan's tribute to Carmina, here sung by one of the other emminent artists from USA, Patti Smith:
 

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SC: Gieves & Hawkes

Shirt: Thom Sweeney

Tie & ps: Vanda

Pants: Cos

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I always look at your avatar and wonder how well you'd dress if you put this much energy into it.

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(Of course, it would be bad natured of me to assume that you're not a well dressed man(?) but you just don't post outfits on waywrn). 

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Cigars, tweed and Poznań :D 

 

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Thanks again to everyone who posts pictures of themselves and who likes my pictures.

 

In Austin, there is a service that goes around planting trees completely free of charge in front of people's houses. This is one of two trees they planted in front of my house in 2007. The other tree they planted is dead.

 

Brown herringbone tweed jacket with dark brown suede elbow patches, Brooks Brothers ecru PPBD, Land's End #1 regimental striped tie, Club Room cashmere argyle sweater vest, Saks Fifth Avenue green corduroy trousers, and Land's End brown bucs. 

 

 

post #30051 of 43859
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In Austin, there is a service that goes around planting trees completely free of charge in front of people's houses. This is one of two trees they planted in front of my house in 2007. The other tree they planted is dead.

 

 

 

 

For some reason I couldn't stop laughing at that part.

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Thanks again to everyone who posts pictures of themselves and who likes my pictures.

In Austin, there is a service that goes around planting trees completely free of charge in front of people's houses. This is one of two trees they planted in front of my house in 2007. The other tree they planted is dead.

Brown herringbone tweed jacket with dark brown suede elbow patches, Brooks Brothers ecru PPBD, Land's End #1 regimental striped tie, Club Room cashmere argyle sweater vest, Saks Fifth Avenue green corduroy trousers, and Land's End brown bucs. 

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This coat has a good length on you, a lot better than most of your others. The colours are washing you out though. You could do worse than look up Michael Hill who works for Drakes, he is more ginger than you but does a good job of combining colours that compliment your type of complexion.
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Agreed about the length.

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CaptainTohm, I don't think that that gingham in particularly will ever work with a tie and most gingham, in general, works with a city suit.
post #30054 of 43859
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Thanks again to everyone who posts pictures of themselves and who likes my pictures.

In Austin, there is a service that goes around planting trees completely free of charge in front of people's houses. This is one of two trees they planted in front of my house in 2007. The other tree they planted is dead.

Brown herringbone tweed jacket with dark brown suede elbow patches, Brooks Brothers ecru PPBD, Land's End #1 regimental striped tie, Club Room cashmere argyle sweater vest, Saks Fifth Avenue green corduroy trousers, and Land's End brown bucs. 

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This coat has a good length on you, a lot better than most of your others. The colours are washing you out though. You could do worse than look up Michael Hill who works for Drakes, he is more ginger than you but does a good job of combining colours that compliment your type of complexion.
I do prefer 31-32 inch jackets like this one, but a handful of my favorite jackets in terms of pattern are shorter than that, and I can't bring myself to give them up. Also, I wouldn't normally wear this much beige at one time. Thanks for the feedback.
post #30055 of 43859
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I got a letter on a lonesome day
It was from her ship a-sailin'
Saying I don't know when I'll be comin' back again
It depends on how I'm a-feelin'.

 

 

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I love that pocket square!

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Though there is probably great hatred for this fit when subscribing strictly to SF rules...I think you pulled this one off very well! Cheers! 

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Found this vintage coupon of Holland & Sherry tweed and couldn't help getting a jacket that's fit for country walks :D 

I know, I am missing a dog in the pics :D A bottle of nice peaty, sherried malt whisky from the 70's could do as well :D 

The atmosphere is Scottish enough to match the cloth :D but the pictures were taken in beautiful Poland <3 :D

 

 

 

top-notch! bravo. 

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Though there is probably great hatred for this fit when subscribing strictly to SF rules...I think you pulled this one off very well! Cheers! 


I think the suit looks great, but I'd try it with a white shirt—the shirt in the picture is too blue and too close in tone to the suit, creating a mass of, you guessed it, blue.

post #30059 of 43859
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I think the suit looks great, but I'd try it with a white shirt—the shirt in the picture is too blue and too close in tone to the suit, creating a mass of, you guessed it, blue.

 

White would ruin this fit. Too stark of a contrast...and too formal.

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White would ruin this fit. Too stark of a contrast...and too formal.


Then a white/light checked shirt. Almost anything but the dark blue. Unless you're striving for a Good Fellas retro look.

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