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This will not appeal to everyone, but I had fun. smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Please, please tell me that's a sock and not a PS in your pocket...
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Is it Friday yet?

 

 

 

 

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Suit: Bespoke Steed

Shirt: Proper cloth

Tie: Sam Hober

Square: Rubinacci

Shoes: Edward Green

Hat: Brent Black/Panama Hats Of The Pacific

Watch: Rolex Submariner

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I will never like hats, but everything else made the look eminently thumb worthy :slayer:

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A subliminal message directed at those who fail to tie their neckties so that the ends end up even close to the proper length (which I think is called "Spazzatura") and I.

Brooks Brothers blue blazer, blue PPBD shirt, and tie, Squarextraordinaire blue and brown paisley pocket square, Orvis trousers. and Allen Edmonds bourbon Fifth Avenues.......


The ever popular "Piece Of A Person Picture" that also gives away how 5'6" me got my tie to come out (almost) right.  If you look closely, you can see that my tie goes around twice (sometimes called an "Albert" knot), which is what I do with ties that are too long.

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Good evening gentlemen. I have noticed that the high level remains here. I haven't enough time for to visit this place so often I wanted. I hope you like my look for today




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From the "better late than never" school of posting, as much of my morning (starting at 5:45 AM) was taken up with work issues - it seems that all I did all day was yammer on the phone on conference calls - most annoying.

Digging into the archives for something to wear on a warm spring day, I came up with today's suit.

Suit - BB Fitzgerald
Shirt - BB MTM
Tie - JAB
PS - Ashear
Cufflinks - the gift shop of the Sheraton Palace Hotel, Madrid, 1999
Shoes - C & J


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Isaia
Barba
Vanda on maiden voyage
Liverano

Yes the jacket is a bit snug and I need to have it let out but I loved the colors today and thats why I shared it.
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Formosa / RLPL /  Edward Green

 

Thank you for great and valuable opinion for all. 

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Thursday night concert in the D.
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I will never like hats, but everything else made the look eminently thumb worthy 
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As you grow older and your hair thins or vanishes you will come to see the wisdom in a well-chosen hat, particularly if you live in a sunny climate like @Andy57.
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A subliminal message directed at those who fail to tie their neckties so that the ends end up even close to the proper length (which I think is called "Spazzatura") and I. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Brooks Brothers blue blazer, blue PPBD shirt, and tie, Squarextraordinaire blue and brown paisley pocket square, Orvis trousers. and Allen Edmonds bourbon Fifth Avenues.......





The ever popular "Piece Of A Person Picture" that also gives away how 5'6" me got my tie to come out (almost) right.  If you look closely, you can see that my tie goes around twice (sometimes called an "Albert" knot), which is what I do with ties that are too long.



I always look forward to a @Roycru post, for the pictures of old school tradly goodness and for the pearls of wisdom.
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Formosa / RLPL /  Edward Green

Thank you for great and valuable opinion for all. 

A strong sophomore showing, though one wonders if the pose in this picture is a subliminal hedge against possible critiques of length. I, for one, think this one looks just about the right length, based on the CYA principle and extrapolating where the A is based on the fork.

Nice fit!
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As you grow older and your hair thins or vanishes you will come to see the wisdom in a well-chosen hat, particularly if you live in a sunny climate like @Andy57.
I always look forward to a @Roycru post, for the pictures of old school tradly goodness and for the pearls of wisdom.
A strong sophomore showing, though one wonders if the pose in this picture is a subliminal hedge against possible critiques of length. I, for one, think this one looks just about the right length, based on the CYA principle and extrapolating where the A is based on the fork.

Nice fit!

 

Dear masaccio,

 

Thank you for your valuable opinion with compliment. For the length of my RLPL jacket, I knew that it was a bit long to me for blazer, and I always welcome for every opinion with any point.

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As you grow older and your hair thins or vanishes you will come to see the wisdom in a well-chosen hat, particularly if you live in a sunny climate like @Andy57.

 

QFT

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