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Xpost - something silly for the Pitti Peacock challenge

 

Sorry if I missed it - what pants are those?

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Originally Posted by smittycl View Post

I find Martin Greenfield a little perplexing. I have no experience with their suits. (I do have a BB Golden Fleece MTM that may or may not be from them). On another forum here I was discussing the best US suit makers and talked about Oxxford, the little-discussed Adrian Jules and, gasp! Hickey Freeman (I like them a lot). Anyway, got pounced on by some Greenfield fetishists. My tailor used to work with them but gave up as they apparently had some quality issues.

Anyway, is there a reason MG gets no SF love? Dirnelli punked-out US suits in general: http://dirnelli.tumblr.com/search/oxxford

I have a large number of MG suits and sportcoats. I absolutely love them, and anyone who says theyre "nothing to write home about" is completely off base and probably has no experience with them. (he says he doesnt) Fully canvassed, and some of my favorite fabrics. Very nice details as well... hand work, horn buttons, etc.

to compare, i have 2 mid grey suits. One Isaia and one Greenfield. they fit very similar, and the Isaia has slightly less shoulder padding. But the MG trous have a much better drape and fit.

On the opposite side, There are varying degrees of Greenfield lines. Some MG stuff is entry level... .my experience is only with the higher end line that is easily on par quality and cut wise to any other of the makers i own. (zegna, borrelli, isaia, oxxford, belvest, brioni, rlpl etc)
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This evening, actually. A bit overexposed, but eh...
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Robo pose in the Sicily tailors thread.

 

Looks great! But I know how heavy that flannel is, so I'm surprised it was mild enough this week, even in the city, to wear it comfortably. But it looks so good!

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With Clags, there's a difference?

It's still quite warm in NYC, though alleged to be low humidity, but I've skipped wearing a tie in any case.

Jacket - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt & trousers - BB
PS - Robert Talbott
Shoes - Tyrwhitt


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I think this is my favorite look you've ever posted.
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I think this is my favorite look you've ever posted.

Thank you, Spoo. Your new Isaia jacket is very handsome - wear it in good health - and goes well with the vintage Foot-Joys.

It would seem that you like me in "relaxed mode", which is not my normal mode of presentation here in this thread - either that, or you just want my jacket from today satisfied.gif. Either way, the compliment is much appreciated.
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Lower contrast than yesterday's scream in the wilderness.

 

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Thank you, Spoo. Your new Isaia jacket is very handsome - wear it in good health - and goes well with the vintage Foot-Joys.

It would seem that you like me in "relaxed mode", which is not my normal mode of presentation here in this thread - either that, or you just want my jacket from today satisfied.gif. Either way, the compliment is much appreciated.

Well, its no secret I love purple - and I adore the shoes. Maybe its just nice seeing you a bit more peacock than usual… either way, well done.

And yes, I want your jacket! biggrin.gif
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Suit: Oscarhunt Overcheck Tweed

Shoes: Loake design 

Random attire otherwise

 

It's officially winter in Australia, calling for turtleneck and tweed.

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^ Beautiful look. Love the colors. I wish the collar was a bit tighter.
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Lower contrast than yesterday's scream in the wilderness.

 

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Yeah, more CBD today! Possibly save yesterday's pants to aid resuce in blizzards?  :smarmy:

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Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post

^ Beautiful look. Love the colors. I wish the collar was a bit tighter.

Ikr, hard to find an xxs roll neck that stays strong :/

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Yeah, more CBD today! Possibly save yesterday's pants to aid resuce in blizzards?  :smarmy:

 

Hehe. Love my red pants; they are rock'n roll to me. :-D

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Hehe. Love my red pants; they are rock'n roll to me. :-D

I don't believe that red trousers are in any way rock 'n roll, but I suppose Billy would disagree:

"How about a pair of pink side winders and a bright orange red pair of pants?"
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We might put different association to rock'n roll, Mr Jones. And it wasn't meant literally - just my inner Rebel, Rebel.

 

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Very nice @Spoopoker
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