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Because you don't smell like bulgogi or bibimbap.

I won't ask how you know that . . .
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I won't ask how you know that . . .

Thays probably best.
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Good stuff recently, Anden.
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Suit Supply
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Friday!

I like this (and thumbed) but am I alone in thinking that cotton trousers look silly cuffed?
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Good stuff recently, Anden.

Kind words from the master.

Thank you
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The socks colour should match the trouser's - whatever the colour of the shoes!bigstar[1].gif
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The socks colour should match the trouser's - whatever the colour of the shoes!bigstar[1].gif

What exactly do you mean by "match" – "go well with it" or "be the same"? I guess the latter.[/quote]



Actually, either will work - the main point is, not to let the shoe colour decide. The benefit is twofold; It provides a more "together" look and, for the vertically challenged, it elongates the profile a bit.

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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

The socks colour should match the trouser's - whatever the colour of the shoes!bigstar[1].gif
What exactly do you mean by "match" – "go well with it" or "be the same"? I guess the latter.



Actually, either will work - the main point is, not to let the shoe colour decide. The benefit is twofold; It provides a more "together" look and, for the vertically challenged, it elongates the profile a bit.

(and it is a rule peepwall[1].gif)

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Will keep this in mind for the next fit.
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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

The socks colour should match the trouser's - whatever the colour of the shoes!bigstar[1].gif
What exactly do you mean by "match" – "go well with it" or "be the same"? I guess the latter.



Actually, either will work - the main point is, not to let the shoe colour decide. The benefit is twofold; It provides a more "together" look and, for the vertically challenged, it elongates the profile a bit.

(and it is a rule peepwall[1].gif)

bigstar[1].gif

So, what do you think of contrasting socks then (not crazy socks, but solid colours)? I've seen them worn well by a lot of well dressed men, like prince Charles and Beppe Modenese to name a few (I do it myself sometimes as well).
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So, what do you think of contrasting socks then (not crazy socks, but solid colours)? I've seen them worn well by a lot of well dressed men, like prince Charles and Beppe Modenese to name a few (I do it myself sometimes as well).

I'm guessing if it complements the outfit then go for it and it isn't jarring. If going for a different color than the trouser I prefer to do a simple sock but one that's muted in color and pattern opposed to something bright and colorful
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Cricket whites and boating stripes for a sunny Friday.

 

 

 

Clean watch, dirty bucks (Click to show)

 

 

Jacket: Bespoke Steed from Fox Flannel

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Square: Put This On

Trousers: Bespoke Hemrajani from Fox's 290gm cricket white flannel

Shoes: Brooks Brothers

Hat: Brent Black Panama Hats

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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

The socks colour should match the trouser's - whatever the colour of the shoes!bigstar[1].gif
What exactly do you mean by "match" – "go well with it" or "be the same"? I guess the latter.



Actually, either will work - the main point is, not to let the shoe colour decide. The benefit is twofold; It provides a more "together" look and, for the vertically challenged, it elongates the profile a bit.

(and it is a rule peepwall[1].gif)

bigstar[1].gif

So, what do you think of contrasting socks then (not crazy socks, but solid colours)? I've seen them worn well by a lot of well dressed men, like prince Charles and Beppe Modenese to name a few (I do it myself sometimes as well).


I have very rarely seen it work - anyhow I really don't see the point -, why emphasize one of the least attractive parts of mens body the ankles - a n d break a nice line?
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Cricket whites and boating stripes for a sunny Friday.

 

 

 

Clean watch, dirty bucks (Click to show)

 

 

Jacket: Bespoke Steed from Fox Flannel

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Square: Put This On

Trousers: Bespoke Hemrajani from Fox's 290gm cricket white flannel

Shoes: Brooks Brothers

Hat: Brent Black Panama Hats

Love it! Don't think I could ever pull that off but it rocks. :bounce2:

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@Anden excellent, just excellent mate nod[1].gif
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