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Tomorrow Pitti Uomo starts again. I've started a new Pitti 90 thread today, and will update the #Pitti90 tag with new threads throughout the week.

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Back to reality, after yesterday's dip into nostalgia.

The temperatures are moderate today, so I'm taking advantage, getting another wearing out of one of my three-piece suits before such time at it will be too hot for them.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - BB
PS - Robert Talbott
Braces (not shown) Trafalgar for Paul Stuart
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC


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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post


Looks exactly like what @Murlsquirl is getting made and I had my eye on it.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
 

 

@Murlsquirl has impeccable taste in cloth.  I prefer it to Worsted Alsport, for example.  Very luxe.

 

 

It looks a bit different, but it's from the same book.  Either way, it's great.....and thank you @Pliny 

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I of course have no idea what type of business you are in but I have a pretty good view of of what's going on in the places I'm mentioning and I'm just telling you what I'm seeing. Are you seeing people in the street in spalla camicia and asking them what they do for a living? Are you in the meetings? Or are you just kind of guessing? I'm having a hard time understand how your experience is so different than mine, particularly in New York but in all the major world financial centers.


Sorry to interject, and perhaps I'm missing the the larger point because I haven't read every comment leading up to the last few on this topic, but I'm in NY wearing a jacket with spalla camicia at this very moment and do so frequently (and I regularly see them on others, especially in the particular neighborhoods...).

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Sorry to interject, and perhaps I'm missing the the larger point because I haven't read every comment leading up to the last few on this topic, but I'm in NY wearing a jacket with spalla camicia at this very moment and do so frequently (and I regularly see them on others, especially in the particular neighborhoods...).

What are the "particular neighborhoods"? I've started a separate thread where I'm trying to espouse my views on this and also to allow everyone to make fun of me and attack in one place where I can respond. I don't know how to link threads and such but you can find it if you want.
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What are the "particular neighborhoods"? I've started a separate thread where I'm trying to espouse my views on this and also to allow everyone to make fun of me and attack in one place where I can respond. I don't know how to link threads and such but you can find it if you want.

Just paste the link URL into a reply.

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What are the "particular neighborhoods"? I've started a separate thread where I'm trying to espouse my views on this and also to allow everyone to make fun of me and attack in one place where I can respond. I don't know how to link threads and such but you can find it if you want.


Sure.

 

First, though, let me say I'm not trying to attack or make fun of you.

 

Second, I should make clear that I don't wear suits frequently, but I wear a sport coat nearly every day, which I find is a much better context for the neapolitan shoulder (patch pockets, et al...). I am not in finance, but rather in arts and academia. So, I'm not seeing the shirt-sleeve jacket shoulder in board rooms per se, but I do see them in other professional/social domains, in a variety of neighborhoods (namely: Flatiron, Chelsea, Soho, Tribeca, UES...).

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It looks a bit different, but it's from the same book.  Either way, it's great.....and thank you @Pliny
 

@Pliny looks more hunter green but either way both are lovely shades and easy to wear.

I might have to copy you guys 😀
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Lovely outfit and nice tie knot smile.gif

Awesome outfit!!!! Deets on tie& pocket square?
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Helpless, helpless, helpless - and I don't mean Neil Young's beautiful song, but the light. 

 

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@blekit I still think you need a more constructed shoulder, but well done.

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And how does someone with as many posts as you miss the ejaculatory celebration everytime Vox says "tini time", or Mafoofan bashes someone's pocket square, or spoopoker puts on a thrifted kiton jacket?

 

Where have you been all my life!

It's like you came hurtling out of my id to articulate my innermost feelings

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wonderfull!!

Deets on tie?
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Monday blues and greys

 

 

Stuff (Click to show)


Jacket: Hemrajani

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Tie: Drake's

Square: Simonnot-Gadard

Trousers: Hemrajani

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