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Unfortunately I dont have a full shot from today. This is an older picture of the same coat. Classic navy coat from Paul Smith.

Thanks!
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This is great is it a London Lounge cloth?


It looks like LLTW12, Brown Shetland with Crimson Windowpane, a cloth I have been seeking for some time now.m
. re the discussion in Unfunded Liabilities .. This is where LL holds up- rarity + quality, particularly in jacketing & suitings like yr Agnelli
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. re the discussion in Unfunded Liabilities .. This is where LL holds up- rarity + quality, particularly in jacketing & suitings like yr Agnelli


Agreed. There's nothing too heavy about the Agnelli Tweed, and I have yet to see anyone else wearing it! :nodding:

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Heavy flannel weather today.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

 

 

 

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Superb, Ac2.  

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Superb, Ac2.  


Yep. Couldn't agree more.

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Simple and elegant. Very nice. nod[1].gif
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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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If it were me, I'd have the jacket sleeves shortened half an inch.
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Late-night iPhone shot.
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The Eidos jacket is brilliant.
@DandySF

It's an awesome piece. I have the same one and this post reminded me to wear it soon. Cheers.
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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... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








So you don't plan on staying there long?

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Wearing my superb new Shibumi tie and wonder if my pics do it full justice... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Very nice! My favorite "louder" design of the season.

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Certainly not bad, but I feel the blues on top don't go well together. Greem, brown or burgundy tie would have been better imo.

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Suit: Suit Supply
Shirt & Tie: Gieves & Hawkes
Shoes: Paul Smith

Can't see that much, but trousers seem too long and shirt collar too large.
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Thanks @Sander.  A present from Mrs K and I don't know why it has taken me so long to come to you.  I'll be back.  It is one of the nicest feeling ties I have ever had - very well behaved!


Edited by Mr Knightley - 1/26/16 at 3:13am
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Late-night iPhone shot.

This is so expert. Impossible to pull off without a perfect fit and aesthetic sensibility.
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Nice job @Mr. Knightly. That tie PS combination is subtly luxurious. Kinda like enjoying The Black Diamond ice cream on safari.
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Late-night iPhone shot.
A rare miss UC - not a fan of the shirt/tie combo. Even the great Minnis jacket couldn't save the fit.
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