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Who is the maker of those braces?

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probably shibumi

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Playing with new tie. 

 

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Today. Still too cold here to start using more summery tailoring.

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* Suitsupply suit
* Charles Tyrwhitt shirt
* Embassy of Elegance shantung tie
* pocketsquare by Poszetka
* wholecuts by Berwick

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Hi Gentlemen

 

 

 

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Grey, Blue and Brown:

 

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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post
 

probably shibumi

 

Yes it is. Made for them in England. Don't know who their manufacturer is (Thurston maybe?), Sander could tell you http://www.styleforum.net/u/4701/sander , but I have a few of them myself and I can tell you that they are excellent (and I don't work for Shibumi...).

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In my experience, linen blends don't wrinkle anything like as much as pure linen does. Wool-silk-linen blends especially. 

Yes, absolutely. Really love that combination of materials.
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Those jackets look wonderfully French. Where from? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Didn't post for a while, so here are some fits from the last days.













Italy, of course. laugh.gif I'm curious, what do you think looks French about them?

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Who is the maker of those braces?

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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

probably shibumi
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Originally Posted by DiplomaticTies View Post

Yes it is. Made for them in England. Don't know who their manufacturer is (Thurston maybe?), Sander could tell you http://www.styleforum.net/u/4701/sander , but I have a few of them myself and I can tell you that they are excellent (and I don't work for Shibumi...).

Thanks! Yes, they are from us.
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Switched from light blue to blue shirt in order to keep exploring the low contrast combos :D Enjoying my new, vegetable tanned leather folio too! :D 

 

 

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And later that same day (after 6pm, of course)...

 

 

 

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Dinner Jacket: Brooks Brothers Limited Edition Seersucker

Trousers and waistcoat: Bespoke Hemrajani

Shirt: Luxire

Tie: Robert Talbott

Square: Put This On

Shoes: N. Peal & Co.

 

Just a question about this.  What do you guys do if invited to a black tie affair and the distance from home and an early-ish start time would mean donning the fit well before 6pm?  Book into accommodation nearby, decline the invite or grin and bear it?

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Just a question about this.  What do you guys do if invited to a black tie affair and the distance from home and an early-ish start time would mean donning the fit well before 6pm?  Book into accommodation nearby, decline the invite or grin and bear it?

If it's such a long distance, then I certainly would not be traveling back home right after the party. I'd spend the night at nearby accommodations. Which means I'd travel in daywear, check in to said hotel to change into evening wear, and then attend the event.
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I agree with Veremund. Also, I've changed at my gym or my office if convenient. Sounds as if comfort is the issue. So accommodations might serve all avenues of concern on the front and back end.
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Worn over the past couple days and today...

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

what do you think looks French about them?

It was by mistake! I thought the blue jacket had a Smalto lapel notch, but it was just a trick of the shadows.

Also, the high gorges and generously wide peaked lapels had my inexperienced eye seeing "French."
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Beautiful, Dennis.  Love the neutral colors.  

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You are the Polish @ethandesu

 

Check him out

 

Love the low contrast... Here's a nice one:  your compatriot @macaroni

 

in a  jacket by Warsaw tailors Mazurczak & Trzaska

 

 

 

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@An Acute Style  I swear I was about to type 'You are the German AAS (with a bigger clothes budget)' under Dennis' fit when I saw your comment :satisfied: 

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