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Quote: Your outfits are usually spot on. But I don't get the two sets of two buttons on the jacket sleeve. 
Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Tuesday and raining in NYC, so not all the flourishes from yesterday.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Lewin
Tie - JAB
Cufflinks - DVVS, NYC
PS - PRL
Braces - Trafalgar, via Barney's NYC
Shoes - Bexley, Paris
Raincoat - Burberry
Scarf - Glen Lawrie
Hat - Weatherproof

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post #30932 of 43965
Fox tie, but I'm concerned it's too red. Too late now (off to dinner)!

Jacket by Comme des Garcons (Homme Plus)
Tie by Ermenegildo Zegna
Shirt by Jhane Barnes
post #30933 of 43965
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Originally Posted by loarbmhs View Post

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Tuesday and raining in NYC, so not all the flourishes from yesterday.


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I believe he's said
That's just a quirk of that particular tailor.
post #30934 of 43965
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

Happy New Year!






*EDITED with bigger pictures

 

I like that tie as well, but the collar looks wonky. 

 

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Originally Posted by Mynjorn View Post
 

My dress code for New Years Eve.

Welcome to Style Fourm. This looks pretty nice, but I'd recommend a few adjustments.  The pants are pooling around the top of you shoes.  This is way more than a full break.  I'd recommend shortening the pants a bit.  The shoulders are too wide.  That weird concave thing that is happening at the shoulder is a sign that the jacket does not fit you well in that area at least.  Otherwise, I like the fit of the jacket.  Thanks for sharing your fit.  Best.  

post #30935 of 43965
Belated HNY, doods. cheers.gif
post #30936 of 43965
As an aside, besides the lapels, the boldness of Seamless's pinstripes take the suit out of CBD territory, imo.

Either way, its a very nice looking fit. CBD is but one of many nice ways to put together an ensemble and saying something is not CBD is not a negative point, its just a matter of classifying an aesthetic.
post #30937 of 43965
Well, shit...seems I need to bone up on the proper lingo lol.
post #30938 of 43965

In search for the Divine, what and if that is. In grey pantalones - after popular demand.

 

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Happy New Year to all.

 

 

post #30939 of 43965

Nice jacket and overcoat @Roy Al 

post #30940 of 43965
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Originally Posted by SYCSYC View Post
 

Nice jacket and overcoat @Roy Al 

 

Thank you SYCSYC.

post #30941 of 43965
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

As an aside, besides the lapels, the boldness of Seamless's pinstripes take the suit out of CBD territory, imo.

Either way, its a very nice looking fit. CBD is but one of many nice ways to put together an ensemble and saying something is not CBD is not a negative point, its just a matter of classifying an aesthetic.

I'd agree. I never really try to go for a CBD. The wide peaks and more aggressive cut on most of my suits keep me from there! I think this is the first time I've been called conservative. I realize that my looks won't ever be in favor in this page. Still fun to share my outfits.
post #30942 of 43965
Your flavor is just fine. Don't disappear.
post #30943 of 43965

Conservative business dress in the UK........


......one can only imagine all the bizarre comments from those who never post pictures of themselves that any of the three people in this picture would get if they posted pictures of themselves here.

They were fortunate to have lived before the internet was invented and all the silly "rules" made up.

post #30944 of 43965
Not sure that was ever considered conservative, but one would assume that conservative as a definition of mode of dress is a fluid concept, not static.
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