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This will not appeal to everyone, but I had fun. smile.gif


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This will not appeal to everyone, but I had fun. smile.gif
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:uhoh: What is this fun you speak of?  For future reference, those legs need to be spoilered at all cost.  

 

Edit: I'm not totally against the idea of this outfit, but I feel a BD collar and loafers would have made a big difference in making this feasible.  

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Bruh. BRUH. I *know* you aren't tryna do this.

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This will not appeal to everyone, but I had fun. smile.gif

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uhoh.gif  What is this fun you speak of?  For future reference, those legs need to be spoilered at all cost.  

Edit: I'm not totally against the idea of this outfit, but I feel a BD collar and loafers would have made a big difference in making this feasible.  

I am categorically against both of those things, so I couldn't let that stop me. smile.gif
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I am categorically against both of those things, so I couldn't let that stop me. smile.gif

You twazy.  Note to self, future AAS outfit: shorts, loafers, BD shirt, and raw silk tie.  I think I'll call it a SB special.  

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Coffee in the "D".
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I am categorically against both of those things, so I couldn't let that stop me. smile.gif
You twazy.  Note to self, future AAS outfit: shorts, loafers, BD shirt, and raw silk tie.  I think I'll call it a SB special.  

Throw in a sweater vest/cardigan and we have a deal.
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Today. Remembering feedback from the last time with this suit, I went with plain white short. What do you think?

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* suit from Suitsupply
* Tyrwhitt shirt
* six fold by Embassy of Elegance
* pocketsquare by Poszetka
* Yanko shoes

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Probably the last time I'm wearing this suit until autumn. It will be missed, quickly ascended to being one of my favorites in the rotation.


@Andy57 sorry for breaking 11th comandmnent, but I'm afraid I'll remain a sinner when it comes to this one :)


Edited by blekit - 4/21/16 at 12:41am
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Blekit, The jacket is a little short for my taste but the suit is phenomenal along with the whole look! You look terrific. Btw the white shirt goes well, and is not too stark for the earth tones. Very smart.
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Since I'm currently working from home, I'm not getting properly dressed today. Erica on the other hand:

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Nicely done Blekit
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Blue - white - yellow. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi Dennis!

Nice to know you´re coming to Lisbon!. And seems you´re getting good time over here, what is lucky, once this year weather has been weird.

The town is not big, so 1 week is enough to visit what you can´t miss. The only thing against pedestrians are the hills of the town, and you may gt tired.  But you always have the beautiful trams that will bring you all over town, and are the best to visit Lisbon. And cheap, (just be aware of some pickpockets downtown). Visiting Lisbon is easy, and in your hotel sure they will give you information about touristic spots. You must visit downtown, Belém and Alfama, the oldest part of Lisbon, with more than thousand years.

But as you have a week, you must visit some spots not far from town, specially Sintra: You can´t miss that. Vintage! Old but very well preserved, with palaces that look like jumping from a fairy tail, specially Pena Palace. Just look a the net and it will give an idea of how it is. . 25km from Lisbon and with very good transports. Cascais, a fishermen village very pretty, also very near Lisbon. Sintra deserves at least 2 days.

As for shoping, Lisbon is not really a shopping town, what you find here, you certainly will get there, and much more

 

Wish you both a good stay

 

Cheers 

 

Vic

 

 

Thanks so much for the helpful tips, Vic. I will definitely travel to the places you mentioned :-) @ourmaninLisbon

 

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First post on the WAYW :)

 

 

 

Digging the whole rig, @AlexRamius - nice play on the colours and great fit. 

 

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A casual, grittier alternative to a traditional suit.

Shirt - J. Crew

Tie - The Tie Bar

Overcoat - Banana Republic

Denim jacket - Zara

Belt - Vintage

Jeans - H&M

Watch - Skagen

www.thecuff.co

 

 

This would probably be better off in the Causal thread - love will probably come in limited quantities in this part of town ;-)

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Bengal tie / linen with silk

 

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