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I like this, but I'd like it even more if the shoes were less formal.  Unless one is being purposefully ironic, Oxfords with jeans are an odd couple. :)

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

I was going for suede shoes, and then I saw that rain was scheduled in the afternoon, hence the choice.

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I like this, but I'd like it even more if the shoes were less formal.  Unless one is being purposefully ironic, Oxfords with jeans are an odd couple. :)

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

I was going for suede shoes, and then I saw that rain was scheduled in the afternoon, hence the choice.

 

Fair enough.  Sometimes weather trumps coherence.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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I think the blue shirt works quite well.

I don't think the tie choice worked. I would have liked a solid, and I think brown or green would have been preferable to this one.


+1 for the blue shirt

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Back after some months at the north

 

Cheers

 

Vic

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Attempt of patterned trouser. I tried to use a bold striped shirt to draw the eye back to the upper block. Same reasoning for tie and square. Not sure if it worked. Also, not sure why jacket shoulders look so off. this jacket usually fits very clean.

 

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Back after some months at the north

Cheers

Vic

Lovely to see you back, Vic. I was in your native land in February - ate and drank well for less money than in NYC, and enjoyed seeing the sights. Lisboa is a beautiful place.
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Try a white shirt with a spread collar. Pants look a little tight in the thighs but not a deal breaker. I like the pattern.

Also practice your poses. Looking more confidently could improve your look. Check out @mossrockss. He gets it right consistently.
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Photos from a beautiful weekend in NYC - proof that I am not always encased in a three-piece suit.

Yesterday, along the Hudson, south of the Whitney Museum:



Today, in Central Park, on the way to brunch at the Leopard:


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Back after some months at the north

Cheers

Vic

Lovely to see you back, Vic. I was in your native land in February - ate and drank well for less money than in NYC, and enjoyed seeing the sights. Lisboa is a beautiful place.


Oh! Nice news, my friend.

I´ve been out of town for some months, my life was too busy during last year (ended at the beginning of this month, and now slowed), and travels around the country too many. That really tired me, because I even didn´t had a chance to take a little vacation or traveling abroad, what I really miss.

So, what's good in Lisbon? I know we have cheap prices in restaurants and things like this because people are not payed well here. Can´t be compared to the level of life you have in your city, not even with other towns in Europe.

But I think is a really nice town, though the weather in February is not very good - cold and rainy, usually - but people uses to be nice, and it´s rather clean and secure (not counting the pickpockets, that most are not portuguese, but coming from East Europe). 

Really glad you enjoyed my homeland.

 

Vic

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Photos from a beautiful weekend in NYC - proof that I am not always encased in a three-piece suit.

Yesterday, along the Hudson, south of the Whitney Museum:



Today, in Central Park, on the way to brunch at the Leopard:

Ni

Nicely done. 

Here, only today the rain stopped, but seems it returns tomorrow. I can´t recognize my Lisbon weather. In the previous years, by this time I already was 

having weekends at the each. And man, I´m missing my panama hats!

 

Vic

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Patrick Johnson, Henry Carter (shirt), Post Imperial, my own indigo dyed cotton square, Crockett and Jones shoes

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Damn Gerry. I'm a clothes horse. You must be a clothes unicorn.

Fantastic fit.
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Damn Gerry. I'm a clothes horse. You must be a clothes unicorn.

Fantastic fit.

Thanks, man! I don't have all that many suits but lots of ties, squares and shots provide very different looks.
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Great pictures (and look) @upr_crust 

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I went with the riskier tie choice today (others were solid brown and solid green) and not sure it worked out. I am also torn on white vs. blue shirts with this jacket. Have a good weekend folks.




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I own a jacket similar to this, Citan.

More often than not, I'll opt for a blue shirt when wearing it, but I think white works perfectly as well.

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