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Robbie Burns day
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A pink shirt and tweed. Northerners are weird...

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On still another hand (If I can have 3)

Only if you're an economist
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Nice, but no shirt cuff? frown.gif
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Nice, but no shirt cuff? frown.gif

For some reason shirt cuff is not peeking out this morning. I was showing some in a couple other snaps I took ha.

Still, not as much as I'd like to see.
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The black pinstripe suit today meeting new clients during our 10% discount promotion! The fabric is Loro Piana and it is our own design!.   

 

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Good afternoon,

 

my small contribution. unfortuantelly I still have not found the best way to take full fit pictures, however I am working on it. :)

 

La Vera

Italian Shirt kindly sold by @hnwhite

Printed flannel tie from EG Cappelli

hidding PS from unknown source

Flannel Grey Pants MTM

Unseen Carmina Forest full brogues derbies

AT Braces

 

hope you like it and critics are very welcomed.

 

thank you

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Forgive me, Tom, but, as much as I like all of the individual pieces that you're wearing today, I don't think that the waistcoat is working as well as it might with that ensemble. I think that it's the pattern that is adding a note of dissonance to the look - were the waistcoat a plain shade of grey, I think that it would look better. Just my two zlotys . . . smile.gif


As much as I disagree with you on the mix of patterns, I fully agree that a plain vest would work great in that ensemble as well. I was actually planning to go for some light grey soon. Having said that ... my next vest (almost finished) is a DB with a printed ornament ;) BTW the fact that you adjusted the currency in your post was noticed and appreciated so the critical remark is fully forgiven ;) 

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Trying to take again a pictures on my balcony, but unfortunately, it was already too dark.

 

 

 

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Today's adventure in "Wall Scouting"....

Brooks Brothers tweed jacket, L L Bean yellow OCBD shirt and cord trousers, Land's End paisley tie, Jim Thompson pocket square (that seems to have snuck up since I stuffed it down earlier today), and Allen-Edmonds snuff suede Neumoks.....

http://hypebeast.com/2015/6/wall-scouting-is-the-latest-instagram-trend-among-fashion-bloggers

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The jacket strikes me as rather short on you. I like the overall look, though.

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Monday blues.

 

 

 

 

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This weekend business conference looks.


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I'm wearing the DB suit a lot lately, as I don't think I will easily pull it off in my next position...


 

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I like this but think that black or oxblood shoes--if you have them--would have been better. I've worn brown shoes with a mid-grey suit and navy tie myself, but that particular grey and the minimalist accessories seem like a better match with black or oxblood. 

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