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I tried an outfit with much stronger contrast than my usual blue/light blue, for a change.

(Apologies for bad light/colors)


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Is that a windsor knot on the tie?

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It won't be anytime soon, as I am currently reading a "A Guy's Guide to Style" by Roetzel. This is so I can further improve upon my next purchase, and be a little bit more informed. The suit for prom was untimely bought; therefore, I had to deal with the divot issues. I'm going to try to purchase my first sports coat, or blazer from a more familiar brand on this site. Before that occurs, I must go and get measured for my shoulders from a guy who works at Suitsupply. Thanks for the tips though. It just seems a tad bit time-consuming developing my own style, and then slowly purchasing a wardrobe based off of that. I've been getting interested in proper cloth, but I really need to prioritize in getting exact measurements. Once I start purchasing with my finely tuned measurements... then the actual fun begins. Although, it is quite interesting to learn all the components required in producing an amazing wardrobe nonetheless.

Fwiw, I think Flusser's books are much better for concrete tips on what to look for in a jacket etc. Roetzel is more of a... picture book?
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Nice.

 

As a fellow academic I’ve always admired Gaudy Night, which captures very well the ethos of that generation of English academics.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

Thanks Ac:)

 

Although I have lived in the small Essex town that she made home (Witham) for 15 years and her presence is everywhere, I am embarrassed to say I know very little of Dorothy L. Sayers' work.

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Tuesday.  

 

 

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I'm not sure anyone else could pull off that jacket, but I very much enjoy seeing you wear it.

 

If only they would

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A model of restrained masculine elegance! 

Perfect combination, from the jacket to the trousers; the tie is the cherry on the top :)  

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After two days of waistcoats and bow ties, I'm wearing neither today. TGIF and all of that.

Sports jacket - BB MTM
Shirt, tie, trousers, shoes - BB
PS - no name brand


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I'm not sure anyone else could pull off that jacket

 

The jacket is an American classic worn well by many. Though none better than AAS.

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I'm not sure anyone else could pull off that jacket, but I very much enjoy seeing you wear it.

I have this jacket (assuming it's PRL, otherwise mine is very similar) but I agree I cannot pull it off as well as AAS!
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LOVE your boating jacket Andy, this is beautiful.

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Is that a windsor knot on the tie?
 

Yup

The knot is a little too slim when tied as a FIH with my shirt which is spread collared

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Finally Fred can call it a day.

 

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First post, suit fits lil snug in the chest since ive gained 15lbs+
,also not the best lightning.

Shirt and tie Eton
Suit RL blue label
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First post, suit fits lil snug in the chest since ive gained 15lbs+
,also not the best lightning.

Shirt and tie Eton
Suit RL blue label
Yeah there is a small collar gap but it's okay imho.
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