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u don't see those words all that often :satisfied:  Looks good tho, if a little wet.  Great outfit.

 

Well, it's a neighbouring country and two hour ferry trip away...(two hours of travel in Finland before that, though), so yes - a weekend getaway in Tallinn, Estonia. :) Warmly recommended - a beautiful city, nice restaurants and bars and nice people. Should one ever travel in Nordic countries, Estonia is a must to include.

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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
 

 

u don't see those words all that often :satisfied:  Looks good tho, if a little wet.  Great outfit.

 

Well, it's a neighbouring country and two hour ferry trip away...(two hours of travel in Finland before that, though), so yes - a weekend getaway in Tallinn, Estonia. :) Warmly recommended - a beautiful city, nice restaurants and bars and nice people. Should one ever travel in Nordic countries, Estonia is a must to include.

 

TG the world is still a big place.  I went for a holiday in New Guinea recently FWIW and loved it.   

 

BTW your mustard tie looks good there.  Silk?

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BTW your mustard tie looks good there.  Silk?

 

Thank you! It's from our shop's selections. Bi-tone silk, I created the tone thinking it to be "honey" but mustard would as well be true.

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Been awhile for awhile, glad to see this thread is still alive and well smile.gifnod[1].gif

If by alive you mean a heated war, then yes.

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Would have rather taken this in natural light.  However, when I got off work it was dark.  Pretty accurate representation of colors anyway.

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Thanks Pliny!
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More classic today (day will become longer since today, i'll be able soon to take again pictures on my balcony) :

 

 

 

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Looks like Winter finally arrived here and just a couple of days to go ahead of the festive season.

My first Calabrese, courtesy of a good friend. Very kind, thanks man nod[1].gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)









Compliments of the season to everyone!

 

Amazing Cleav.

I have to try one of those ties.

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Perfect. could you share who made the shirt please?

 

thanks

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Amazing Cleav.
I have to try one of those ties.

You'll not be disappointed. It came from @davesmith

Try here http://www.styleforum.net/t/323233/exquisite-trimmings-based-in-london-uk-official-affiliate-thread
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Tuesday, and an 8:00 AM conference call. Any semblance between a conscious person and myself is entirely accidental.

Suit - BB MTM
Shirt - Lewin
Tie - BB
Cufflinks - Tyrwhitt
Braces - Paul Stuart
Shoes - Florsheim Royal Imperial
Raincoat - Burberry
Hat - Weatherproof


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Monday - half asleep after a long and active weekend . . .

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Corneliani
Cufflinks - London Badge and Button Co.
PS - BB
Waistcoat - Ede & Ravenscroft, London
Shoes - Paul Stuart house brand
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - Hickey Freeman
Hat - Selentino
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Would have rather taken this in natural light.  However, when I got off work it was dark.  Pretty accurate representation of colors anyway.

 

I think you would have benefitted here from a different color shirt. blue at the least...but maybe something with some texture or a stripe...especially considering how casual the jacket cloth and tie materials appear. The tie and square pairing are ok.

 

However, the cut of the jacket is not very flattering on you. The shape of the lapels seems to cause your chest to look engorged like a balloon getting filled with water.

 

The jacket gorge is also perhaps a little high too...but this is of a more subjective matter. 

 

Is this a suit or a sport coat? 

 

Also, you seem to have a consistent problem with wrinkling in your shirt collars. Perhaps the fusing has worn from multiple washing? I'm not sure....but there is a definite issue. 

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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post
 

 

I think you would have benefitted here from a different color shirt. blue at the least...but maybe something with some texture or a stripe...especially considering how casual the jacket cloth and tie materials appear. The tie and square pairing are ok.

 

However, the cut of the jacket is not very flattering on you. The shape of the lapels seems to cause your chest to look engorged like a balloon getting filled with water.

 

The jacket gorge is also perhaps a little high too...but this is of a more subjective matter. 

 

Is this a suit or a sport coat? 

 

Also, you seem to have a consistent problem with wrinkling in your shirt collars. Perhaps the fusing has worn from multiple washing? I'm not sure....but there is a definite issue. 


It's a suit.  Shirt has unfused collar and is light blue.  The indoor lighting didn't pick up on the color of the shirt very well.

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Compliments of the Season to all. Wearing a moderately festive T&A tie!

 


Edited by Mr Knightley - 12/22/15 at 6:20am
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