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Today.

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* Suitsupply suit
* Osovski shirt
* Embassy of Elegance tie
* Poszetka Handcrafted pocketsquare
* Seiko watch
* Cheaney wholecuts

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SuitSupply wool/cashmere Brown Havana Suit from Outlet perhaps?

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SuitSupply wool/cashmere Brown Havana Suit from Outlet perhaps?

Almost 100% correct. It's wool/cashmere, burgundy (I guess artificial lighting made it look indeed a bit brownish) Havana from A/W 2014 collection. I haven't seen this model in European outlet so far.

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Originally Posted by blekit View Post
 

Almost 100% correct. It's wool/cashmere, burgundy (I guess artificial lighting made it look indeed a bit brownish) Havana from A/W 2014 collection. I haven't seen this model in European outlet so far.


It was available in the US outlet  a few months back. I purchased the same suit.

 

Nice fit :fistbump:

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Originally Posted by Dennis Walter View Post
 

 

@Caustic Man, at first i nearly spilled my coffee over my keyboard

 

Why so surprised? I never thought you dressed particularly poorly. My only complaint is that you have a tendency to be a bit foppish. Perhaps trying too hard with the "look at me" items (today's red socks and the shoes with the weird cut for instance). However, your clothes fit very well, seem to be of good quality, and you tend to look very good when you tone things down. The old adage "You probably look better than 99% of your peers" really does fit with you. In fact, you look better than a great deal of Style Forum as well.

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Originally Posted by Tibor View Post

Delightful harmony. You are a scientist in the field of menswear.

I have to dissent on the harmony claim, though I strongly agree that Sander is one of the most intelligent and tasteful pushers of the boundaries out there. Puts to shame the clownish fops who seem to dominate Pitti Uomo.

Neverthless, I think the combination of an uber-city shirt--light gray pencil stripe--and uber-country coat--forest green tweed herringbone--doesn't work well. Change the shirt stripe to a more rustic color--light brown, say--and I could back it.
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

After a European sojourn, I am back. Because, as all children know, one must play with one's new toys no matter how seasonally inappropriate (today's suit is spring/summer - even for an El Nino winter, it's pushing it to wear it today), here's the majority of the swag scored on this last trip.

Suit - Ede & Ravenscroft - new
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Paul Stuart
PS - Robert Talbott
Braces - Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace - new
Shoes - C & J, via Ede & Ravenscroft
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - New & Lingwood - new
Hat - Christy's, via Fortnum & Mason - new

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Glad you got back safely and with an impressive haul too!

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@upr_crust, someone is taking advantage of weaker GBP :-)
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Back in coat and tie. Tweed, oxford, silk, suede and cords...pretty much my favorite with the exception of gray flannel trousers. 

 

 

 

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Best,

 

DL-

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Originally Posted by Testudo_Aubreii View Post

I have to dissent on the harmony claim, though I strongly agree that Sander is one of the most intelligent and tasteful pushers of the boundaries out there. Puts to shame the clownish fops who seem to dominate Pitti Uomo.

Neverthless, I think the combination of an uber-city shirt--light gray pencil stripe--and uber-country coat--forest green tweed herringbone--doesn't work well. Change the shirt stripe to a more rustic color--light brown, say--and I could back it.

Intelligent? That's an accusation I will not stand.

As for the shirt and jacket: it's not very apparent in the photo, but the shirt is a very thick oxford cloth and the jacket is tweed, but definitely on the tamer side, so I think this works.
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

I grew up in San Diego and never wore tweed. I could in San Francisco today.

Ercole
Borrelli
Yellow Hook Neckies
Drakes

Glad you're posting more frequently on here and on your IG account! Love your style!
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Hopefully the color of this jacket shows better than the last time



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Still looks medium gray.

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Still looks medium gray.

Yeah, absolutely. But medium gray would be quite nice.
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It would. Just not as an odd jacket.

post #33405 of 44011
Looks good Murl, but I think more contrast between shirt & tie is needed. This could be one occasion were a white shirt might be better?
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