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You could move to Illinois, like I did. Although at this point I'm spending way too much time with my flannels and cashmere.

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Speaking of warm weather in CA, I call this one: "Kinda sorta appropriate maybe one day out of a thousand in San Francisco and that day sure as hell wasn't today." Working title. Needs whittling.

In terms of the fit, I wanted to try something a little different and see if I could use my peacoat. I generally like it in terms of the elements themselves and the textures, but the colors not so much. Too much contrast, and the blue and green aren't playing very nice as usual. Pants are a lighter tan flannel but get pretty washed out in the pics.

Anywho, hope everyone weekended hella hard.







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I like the contrast fine.

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I like the contrast fine.

Psh, you would.

(I have no idea what that means)
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Why you little...

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@isolation I really like your fits and I really admire your passion for style. I like the olive slacks and sports coat. The boots are great
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Considering the complaints you have about no-break trousers showing your socks when you walk, I'd have guessed you walk like this...

 

 

One of our lecturers played a clip from this skit during a talk on gait abnormalities.

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@jcmeyer Looks fine to me.  I like the green and navy together.  I think a lighter colored/brighter tie would have been more balanced, but it's fine as is.  

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I've gone back and forth on the trouser break. Came to the realization that a slight break is very useful. If you are standing up all day then no-break makes sense, like a salesman. I live in cubicle-land and sit for a big part of the day. I prefer a break so when I cross one leg over the other my pants don't pull up to the knee.
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You could move to Illinois, like I did. Although at this point I'm spending way too much time with my flannels and cashmere.

On second thought, I suppose SD is bearable.

@jcmeyer I agree with the fellas, looks great.
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I've gone back and forth on the trouser break. Came to the realization that a slight break is very useful. If you are standing up all day then no-break makes sense, like a salesman. I live in cubicle-land and sit for a big part of the day. I prefer a break so when I cross one leg over the other my pants don't pull up to the knee.

puzzled.gif I'm sitting wearing pants with no break at all at the moment, got one leg fully crossed over the other. I'd say the hem is about 3 inches above my ankle.
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I'm not too uptight about it but like a small break in my trousers. Sort of old fashioned I guess!
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I am wearing this missoni coat from this winter's collection.

no nice pics of me yet, so picked some runway screen grabs.

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Thanks guys for the comments and help. =]

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@jcmeyer
 Looks fine to me.  I like the green and navy together.  I think a lighter colored/brighter tie would have been more balanced, but it's fine as is.  

Thanks, AAS. What were you picturing for the tie?
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