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Interesting to see how judgements can differ, @Sander: i thought the first look to be a complete train wreck...

 

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Awesome look, @DonCologne - really liking the color play here, fit is spot on. 

 

Which album, @Roycru ? I really liked the first one...

 

Some many Roys, I think you might confuse me with senior me.

 

It's the first S/T, have Contra sa well, but get not much time in player.

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Happy Thursday gentlemen!

 

I definitely need to work on the lighting for the first picture. The jacket is more blue than navy... second picture resembles the color of the jacket the best. Still many improvements to be made!

 

 

 

 

 

Jacket: Orazio Luciano

Shirt: Kamakura Shirts

Pocket Square: Kamakura Shirts

Trousers: Epaulet

Shoes: Gaziano & Girling


Edited by parkman24 - 5/12/16 at 7:14am
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Need to hire a photographer subito. Today it almost went totally shit, just one pic that passed internal censorship.

 

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 From yesterday.

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Ring
Zegna
Mac Allan
Vanda
Khakis of Carmel
Vass

Camera battery needed charging so I had to resort to a shitty iPhone pic.
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@parkman24; excellent 3 first posts! I love your shoe selection! I encourage you to continue posting on this thread!
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Seemed like a blue and orange sort of day.

 

 

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Suit: Bespoke Steed

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Tie: Shibumi

Square: Drake's

Shoes: Gaziano & Girling

Watch: Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

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Excellent

@Andy57 is the jacket shorter than your usual?
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Excellent

@Andy57 is the jacket shorter than your usual?


Perhaps slightly. It's definitely shorter than a couple of my double-breasted suits. There's also the angle from which the photo was taken in play, too.

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Looking good Andy.

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Thanks again to those few dozen (out of the billions of people on Earth) who post pictures of themselves.  There might be more people posting if some people didn't get discouraged from posting by the bizarre comments (often made by people who never post pictures).

When I was a little boy (and Harry S. Truman was President) my Father used to take me to the Electric Fountain (which has recently been restored) at night, as I was endlessly fascinated by its constantly changing colors.

The neighborhood has bulit up a bit since I was a little boy.


Chester Barrie for Carroll & Company jacket, L L Bean OCBD shirt, Jim Thompson pocket square, Lands End trousers, Gold Toe socks, and Allen-Edmonds shoes.


Sitting by the Electric Fountain's plaque and showing the sort of linings that most Carroll & Company jackets have and that once upon a time, when L L Bean OCBD shirts were made in the USA, they had flap pockets, like J Press shirts.

Some might have seen the posts elsewhere online about "Menswear Tourism".  Doing my part to promote Menswear Tourism, here's a video from the local historical society about Carroll & Company.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeoKb6ZcFxw

Extra Added Attraction, the Electric Fountain at night.

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Yesterday

 

 

 

 

Today

 

 

 

 

 

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Funnily, both outfits details are:
 
SuitSupply
Charles Tyrwhitt
Berg&Berg
Septième Largeur
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Ring
Zegna
Mac Allan
Vanda
Khakis of Carmel
Vass

Camera battery needed charging so I had to resort to a shitty iPhone pic.

 

Really loving this Justin - well done

I'm a sucker for texture 

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Andy, for what it's worth, I think that's the best jacket I've seen of yours, lengthwise...excellent.

Is the fabric a fresco?
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Andy, for what it's worth, I think that's the best jacket I've seen of yours, lengthwise...excellent.

Is the fabric a fresco?

 

Thanks, Eric. It's the same length as all my jackets from Steed. I think camera angle really makes a difference.

 

The fabric is a heavy linen from Scabal. I think it is about 14oz.

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