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@colco not sure why you're referencing some other forum here, linking to a post of questionable value
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BB Fitzgerald

big fan of that jacket
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big fan of that jacket
thank you it's one of my current favorites
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thank you it's one of my current favorites

Lucky. Sadly, the Fitz just doesn't work on my poor posture! I'm a little thin and short for BB to be my go to.
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Today:   linen jacket, linen-cotton trousers, seersucker shirt.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

 

 

 

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Today:   linen jacket, linen-cotton trousers, seersucker shirt.

Cheers,

Ac
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Great, bold jacket. Not crazy about that tie here. I think the grey in the tie is throwing things off for me. I like the rest.

Where's everything from?
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There are safari jackets, and then there are safari jackets. By and large I'd say they skew casual, but some can play with ties and loafers whereas others go better with jeans and boots. Eidos makes a field jacket that I'd wear with (and without) a tie; so does the Armoury.
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#58. Out of my comfort zone, but what the hell.

 

 

 

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noice

 

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Last month.

 

Jesus, Mary and Joseph! ... That's  matchy-matchy on steroids.

 

Apart from square selection?  Awsm.  

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Hazelnut day :

 

 

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Hi, thanks in advance and pls share your comments! I got this beautifully made textured silk Boglioli blazer on sale, together with stitched cuffs and 6 buttons. I just wanted to save money and thought why not sewing the buttons and holes myself? I didn't know what's the big deal to hand sew button holes until I saw these two (first, second) videos, giving rise to my new found admiration for the skill and an immediate abort of the initial DIY plan. But after a few videos of how to use machine to stitch holes I'd rather not having inferior button holes on the jacket.

 

Do you think it'll be noticeable or look strange if I just sew the buttons on without stitching holes? Do I have any other options ?

 

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@bienluienapris  looove the suit

 

@robxznyc   in terms of 'Do you think it'll be noticeable or look strange if I just sew the buttons..?'  the answer is 'Not noticeable to most  -  if u sew them straight.'

 

 But if u go to shake someone's hand and they recoil in horror, you'll know they care about style details.   NYC is a big place.  Aint there a trustworthy alterations tailor u can go to? Or am I being naive?

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Today, summer suiting time finally smile.gif

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* Suitsupply
* Tyrwhitt
* tie by Embassy of Elegance
* pocketsquare by @Poszetka
* Yanko shoes

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Feedback as always appreciated.
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