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Unfortunately I missed the deadline for the FC. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Not, I think, unfortunate for those who entered.
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Not, I think, unfortunate for those who entered.

Agreed. That would've blown the competition right out of the water.
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Tweed for starting the week :

 

 

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From saturday - new purple Dugdale&Bros moleskine trou, cut by my boys at Sons of Savile Row...slipper are velvet Sutor Mantelassi´s, if you should care to ask...

 

 

 

Wearing today: new Eidos Napoli jacket cut from Carlo Barbera wool, cashmere tie by Viola Milano, SuSu pants, Meermin loafer. 

Also noticing: my right shoulder considerably drops, hence the creases on the right side of the jacket. I think a skillfull tailor should be able to mend that, right? 

 

 

 

 

 

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Unfortunately I missed the deadline for the FC.

 

 

That would have been a solid entry, @Shen

 

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It was a little cold today following the rain we've had the last couple days.. I figure it was the last time in a while I could wear some fall weather gear.. a mix of flannel, tweed, wool and cotton going on.. worn earlier today for Church..A little casual but still CM..

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The sweater throws me off, @chocsosa - a darker colour would have been way better, imho. 

 

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Nice one, @Braddock - hope you don´t mind me having ripped this one off? ;-)

 

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Tweed for starting the week :

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Nice one, @bienluienapris - the shoes are blending well in with the rest of the kit! 

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The sweater throws me off, @chocsosa - a darker colour would have been way better, imho. 

I disagree... the darker color would have blended in with the charcoal pants.. it would not have worked in my opinion. I do agree with Jc meyer early and would have opted for a white button down instead. Thanks for your way in though

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Hi gentlemen

 

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I must be on a transgressive streak of late - Friday was jeans with the elements of a more formal outfit, and today, it's loafers with a suit.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Thomas Pink
Tie - BB
Cufflinks - SFA
Braces - Lewin
Shoes - BB/Aldens
Raincoat - Burberry
Scarf - Zegna
Hat - Christy's, via Fortnum & Mason


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Accreditors are in this week, so I'm opting for a more full-on ivy approach:

O'Connell's 3/2 sack navy blazer

BB Milano OCBD

BB mid-grey odd trousers

Robert Talbott tie

Allen Edmonds Belt

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@TheoProf I hope you are wearing your white bucks.

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Grey tickles, black pressure.

Too little contrast?


 

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Tie: shantung untipped / Poszetka
Pocket square: handrolled linen / Poszetka
Shoes: derby / Yanko

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@Dennis Walter: I like that jacket except for how open the quarters are.

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Been awhile, sorry for the horrible phone pics.
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New John Smedley knitwear....a generous gift from my pal @Cleav


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