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Panta NYC trousers (H&S Classic Flannel) and tie
Eidos jacket via NMWA
Proper Cloth shirt
Drakes square via ET
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Its been a while, still cold so tweed and flannel it is...

 

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Best,

 

DL-

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^ So good.  :fonz:

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Indeed it is. Gotta feel sorry for Bach, though, being relegated to a subway station.


And in cities all around the world.

http://bachinthesubways.org

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@rickytt this definitely proves the notion that blue pants are difficult to pair is a silly one, great look! What brand are the shoes? They look phenomenal.
 
@Gerry Nelson damn, just damn. That is perfect. Is that the W Bill Donegal? Screw it if LA is too warm for a full on Donegal suit...I will have something like this in my arsenal!
 
@The Noodles seriously, nobody in their right mind thinks that POW looks bad.

 

@Pliny deets on the tie? Is that the 11 oz (I think) Lesser fabric?

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Thank you for the input AAS. You da master of cardigan fits. 

 

The vest is not burgundy but a dark purple/aubergine. The tie actually has flecks of the same purple in it. To me it works but I will have a think about it. 

I see.  I think purple, orange and green is a good combo in general.  The shades seem a bit off to me though.  I respect your judgement on this one though.  You rarely miss.  :fistbump:

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post
 

I see.  I think purple, orange and green is a good combo in general.  The shades seem a bit off to me though.  I respect your judgement on this one though.  You rarely miss.  

The jacket is quite dark and might have benefited from a lighter cardigan. The checks are very dark charcoal. Almost black. 

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Panta NYC trousers (H&S Classic Flannel) and tie
Eidos jacket via NMWA
Proper Cloth shirt
Drakes square via ET

 

The fit of the jacket is gorgeous.  I feel like the jacket is saying FU in a very subtle way.  A whisper.  I really like the square if it's cream.  The tie may be too busy with this jacket for me.  Yes, the pot calling the kettle...    

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The fit of the jacket is gorgeous.  I feel like the jacket is saying FU in a very subtle way.  A whisper.  I really like the square if it's cream.  The tie may be too busy with this jacket for me.  Yes, the pot calling the kettle...    

 

You read my mind.

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

The fit of the jacket is gorgeous.  I feel like the jacket is saying FU in a very subtle way.  A whisper.  I really like the square if it's cream.  The tie may be too busy with this jacket for me.  Yes, the pot calling the kettle...    

Thanks. The base color of the square is cream. I don't agree on the tie being an issue, but thanks for the feedback.
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The scale of the tie pattern is too similar to the jacket, if you create a square by connecting four dots on the tie and transpose it to the jacket it is the same size as one of the blue checks - I believe this creates some visual confusion

Otherwise it's a top fit
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

The scale of the tie pattern is too similar to the jacket, if you create a square by connecting four dots on the tie and transpose it to the jacket it is the same size as one of the blue checks - I believe this creates some visual confusion

Otherwise it's a top fit

We'll have to agree to disagree on this one. Thanks for the compliment.
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If there's one thing I've learned on StyFo it's that the way people perceive patterns varies widely. I recall one exchange I had with @in stitches in which I superimposed lines on the patterns of his tie and jacket. The scale was almost identical, but only as I saw it. For him, the "unit" of the scale of one of them (can't recall if it was the tie or jacket) was a grouping of what I considered to be the "unit".
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

The scale of the tie pattern is too similar to the jacket, if you create a square by connecting four dots on the tie and transpose it to the jacket it is the same size as one of the blue checks - I believe this creates some visual confusion

Otherwise it's a top fit

Interesting point. Will keep that in mind for myself.
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