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post #38611 of 45061

Quite bold! I hope there is a garden party or boating event involved. Also, can Seamasters and Submariners exist in the same collection? Don't they cancel each other out?  :rotflmao:

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

If you ever have a few hours to spare, do a search for @mafoofan
. Some of his posts are pure comedy, but in a slightly scary kind of way. Great dresser, though.

Add @voxsartoria to that afternoon of perusing the forum. Ah, the glory that was 2009!
post #38613 of 45061
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Originally Posted by smittycl View Post
 

Quite bold! I hope there is a garden party or boating event involved. Also, can Seamasters and Submariners exist in the same collection? Don't they cancel each other out?  :rotflmao:


Thank you. Sadly, no such social event involved today, except in my mind.

 

Well, it would appear that Seamasters and Subs can, indeed coexist. Perhaps it helps that the Seamasters are new while my Sub is quite old. :nodding:

post #38614 of 45061
Expertly pulled off. I grabbed a few ties from the Gatsby collection. I loved the pink linen suit but didn't think I could pull it off.
post #38615 of 45061
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Originally Posted by smittycl View Post

I loved the pink linen suit but didn't think I could pull it off.

 

As much as I like Trad clothing, that pink suit would have looked good on no one... no one.

 

post #38616 of 45061
Would have been great on my yacht, cocktail in hand. What's the famous quote? You have to be rich to be eccentric. Otherwise you're just considered crazy. Or something along those lines...
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

DT, your strike rate seems to be improving (in my eyes, at least).

 

 

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I was just thinking the same thing. Perhaps time spent here is actually beginning to rub off a bit tongue.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

 

@DiplomaticTies, very nice.

 

 

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Originally Posted by mcmerc View Post

@DiplomaticTies adore the colour palette of this fit!

 

 

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post
 

 

Maybe my very fit of yours.  Excellent pattern mixing and the color palate is tops.  

 

 

 

 

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I'm not a fan of grey shirts, but in this outfit it simply looks amazing.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Epicure View Post


This is great inspiration for coordinating with a suit I'm currently having made up (my first DB for which I've chosen grey flannel from Holland & Sherry).

I just love how you've put it all together.

 

So much love, thanks gentlemen!

 

Maybe I have been StyFo:ed, or I have just worn(!) you out...

post #38618 of 45061
Re: Pink linen suit.

I would tried my hardest though. Also, this would break up nicely into separates.
post #38619 of 45061

Pink linen trousers used to be a boarding school classic. Haven't tried to pull them off since then.

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Originally Posted by Andy57 View Post

On the other hand...
]
Jacket: Brooks Brothers Gatsby Collection
Shirt: Proper Cloth
Tie: Vanda Fine Clothing
Square: Drake's
Trousers: Bespoke Hemrajani from Fox Brothers' Queens Award flannel bunch
Shoes: Gaziano & Girling

Like this a lot. I wish the tie was just solid navy and no stripes. Is that the Panama hat that got messed up?
post #38621 of 45061
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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post

Pink linen trousers used to be a boarding school classic. Haven't tried to pull them off since then.

That is fortunate - people take a much dimmer view of the pulling off of pink linen trousers off of boarding school students these days - it's considered very un-PC. nod[1].gif
post #38622 of 45061
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Pink linen trousers used to be a boarding school classic. Haven't tried to pull them off since then.

Because you pulled your pants off enough during boarding school. Got it. satisfied.gif
post #38623 of 45061
Dangit! Of course crusty beat me to it.
post #38624 of 45061

Any thoughts if this knit tie wears too wide for me? It is 3.5 inch but I am a bigger ("robust"?) dude. When I first looked at it, it felt huge, but after wearing it, I thought it was probably ok. Would venture for 3.25 in the future, but I am not sure if I should return this one. 

 

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Originally Posted by doomx View Post
 

I couldn't tell if this new (to me) knit tie is too wide, so I decided to switch tie and jacket at the last minute. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #38625 of 45061

@doomx the width is fine.

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