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Another day, another OCBD and tartan.  

 

 

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Hot as hell today

BnTailor green linen jacket
Proper Cloth light Japanese chambray
Rota sand cotton/linen trousers
Farnese belt
Carmina suede wingtips
Forest green socks
Domestic shorthair cat








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Mcfox- Roma cutaway?
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Yup, soft Roma cutaway
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Another day, another OCBD and tartan.   Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Is it just me or did your outfits get more subdued? I obviously like it, was just wondering why.
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Today. 

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* suit from Suitsupply
* shirt by Miler Menswear (@Tom Miler)
* grenadine tie by Embassy of Elegance
* pocketsquare (it indeed is somewhere there!) by Poszetka Handcrafted
* boots by Yanko

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Doublebreasted suits are my favourites. This brow Madison quickly became one of the strongest players in my winter rotation and might be one of the very few reasons why spring may not rush with arriving. 

 

Feedback as always appreciated.

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That jacket.
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Very nice @blekit. You're young with an athletic build which works great for you. If your jacket was a tad longer, it would balance out the very slim slacks and lack of break at the ankle. Nice colors.
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@pravda Thanks. And I agree about the jacket length. I wish that Suitsupply jackets in regular sizes were 1 or 2 cm longer (from the ones I own only Lazio is). When it comes to my regular size, I only need to do some minor alterations to achieve really nice fit. I've tried once ordering the closest Long one and it took much more work on my tailor's side and I'm still not 100% satisfied with the final result. 

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I hear you. But hey when you can look like that.... you're 99% better dressed than your counterparts.
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That jacket.

It's a great pic. Usually saturated colours like that don't seem to get much love on SF but this shows it can be done very successfully.
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The Friday Challenge is "no patterns". At first, I thought that I should opt for the most boring combination that I could muster, but that goes against my more flamboyant nature, and as I hadn't worn this suit and tie for a while, I decided to join them for today's ensemble.

Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Battistoni
Cufflinks - Deakin & Francis, via DeNatale, NYC
Braces - Lewin
PS - BB
Shoes - Septieme Largeur, Paris
Overcoat - Adolfo
Scarf - Fortnum & Mason
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center


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"Lifestyle" photos - casually dressed for dinner at Cem Maneiras in Lisbon (complete with dehydrated cod hanging from the line, and my husband non-alcoholic cocktail), and more formally dressed for Pierre Koffmann at the Berkeley Hotel, London.
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