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Let's continue with another spring spirit fit :

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Today.

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* Suitsupply
* Tyrhwitt shirt
* six fold grenadine grossa tie by Embassy of Elegance
* pocketsquare by Poszetka Handcrafted
* Berwick cap-toe oxforda

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Blue, brown and grey

 

 

(Boglioli, Borrelli, Henry Carter, Vanda, Carmina)

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Only came up with crappy pics today - this was the best shot. You get the idea...

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

 

No, I meant only what I said, that dense patterned jackets need extra contrast in the tie pattern.

 

@Dennis Walter, I'm liking your more subdued fits.

 

Cheers, @Caustic Man - any thouhghts about today´s fit?

 

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I had no dress trousers that matched this more casual jacket so I just tossed it on with jeans and a cardigan. Not sure if it worked and I would have preferred a green tie. Oh well. Not my best but hope it isn't too egregious to the eye. Would this jacket work with brown or tan pants? Thanks.





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@Citan1145, I don´t like silk ties with jeans - if it were a knit one, i would have thumbed it probably.What´s StyFo take on that matter? Speak your mind, gentlemen...

 

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That jacket is gold, @An Acute Style - i might have paired it with different trou, though. I think the "oatmeal" doesn´t pair well with the green / blue blackwatch tartan.  

 

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Let's continue with another spring spirit fit :

 

 

Very nice outfit, @bienluienapris - wouldn´t change a thing here. 

 

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Today.

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* Suitsupply
* Tyrhwitt shirt
* six fold grenadine grossa tie by Embassy of Elegance
* pocketsquare by Poszetka Handcrafted
* Berwick cap-toe oxforda

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Lovely tie / suit combo, @blekit!

 

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Blue, brown and grey

 

 

(Boglioli, Borrelli, Henry Carter, Vanda, Carmina)

 

 

Killer shine on the shoes, @Gerry Nelson - how do you work your magic here? 

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I'm in the pro cardigan camp. And with that I mean sleeveless with buttons. What I really don´t like in the sleeveless v-neck pullover. It just covers the front and hides the tie and shirt. The buttons are essential in my book.

 

Nuff said for now.

 

Here is day 2 in the easter week and day 2 of the purple sleeveless cardigan. I give you yesterday.

 

SC - Zegna in a cash/wool flannel fabric.

Tie - Boggi

Cardigan - Loro Piana cashmere.

Shirt - MTM

Trousers - Luxire in VBC flannel. 

Tassels by C&J

 

 

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Originally Posted by DiplomaticTies View Post

Just lovely!

Grazie mille.
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The waning days of tweed and flannel...as Ned Stark might say sooma is coom'n' Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




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Jacket: Bespoke Steed
Shirt: Proper Cloth
Tie: Drake's
Square: Kent Wang
Trousers: Bespoke Hemrajani
Shoes: Edward Green

I gotta remember to smile more.

This actually sounds more like Jon Snow's accent in my ears. laugh.gif

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Fading light. My second try with the red stripe shirt.  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Nice. If you want to dial it down a bit more, a brown grenadine also works very well with red striped shirt and navy jacket.

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I'm in the pro cardigan camp. And with that I mean sleeveless with buttons. What I really don´t like in the sleeveless v-neck pullover. It just covers the front and hides the tie and shirt. The buttons are essential in my book.

Nuff said for now.

Here is day 2 in the easter week and day 2 of the purple sleeveless cardigan. I give you yesterday. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
SC - Zegna in a cash/wool flannel fabric.
Tie - Boggi
Cardigan - Loro Piana cashmere.
Shirt - MTM
Trousers - Luxire in VBC flannel. 
Tassels by C&J






A sleeveless cardigan is a vest, no? Anyway, great fit!
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Originally Posted by Sander View Post


Grazie mille.
This actually sounds more like Jon Snow's accent in my ears. laugh.gif
Nice. If you want to dial it down a bit more, a brown grenadine also works very well with red striped shirt and navy jacket.
A sleeveless cardigan is a vest, no? Anyway, great fit!

Well I usually use the term vest but I feel that some people think about the vest that comes with a three piece suit and not knitwear. In swedish it's vest in my vocabulary.

In short vest=sleeveless cardi. 

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Originally Posted by Anden View Post

Well I usually use the term vest but I feel that some people think about the vest that comes with a three piece suit and not knitwear. In swedish it's vest in my vocabulary.
In short vest=sleeveless cardi. 

That makes sense; was just wondering if I overlooked something.
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Killer shine on the shoes, @Gerry Nelson - how do you work your magic here? 

 

Thank you! A dab of polish, a drop of water and keep spreading it to build micro-layers - that will give you the initial shine. To freshen it, buff with an old nylon stocking. I don't regularly shine my shoes once the initial shine is there.

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Thank you! A dab of polish, a drop of water and keep spreading it to build micro-layers - that will give you the initial shine. To freshen it, buff with an old nylon stocking. I don't regularly shine my shoes once the initial shine is there.

It's impressive but when are you going to get round to finishing the whole shoe?
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Midweek, and another early morning conversation for work - this time, auditors in India.

Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt - BB
Tie - Charvet
Braces - Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - St. Petersburg/Theo Faberge, London
Shoes - Septieme Largeur, Paris
Hat - Selentino
Scarf - Ede & Ravenscroft


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It's impressive but when are you going to get round to finishing the whole shoe?

 

In Five Years.

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@bienluienapris, love the spectators. Great fit.

 

@blekit, the shoes are too light for that. Need to go darker.

 

@Dennis Walter, hard to say without seeing the whole thing but the top looks ok. Shirt might be too formal for the rest.

 

@Anden, very nice. I'm digging the lesser contrast between the jacket and trousers in this case.

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Another green and blue navy pant

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You can't see them, but there's a pair of black shoes down there.

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