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JCM, I can't recall, but were you the fellow considering a micro 4/3's?

 

That might've been me, unless there was someone else.  Glad I did it.  Jealous of Coxsackie's Fuji setup, though--the interface on those is perfect.  

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@An Acute Style: Thank you for your feedback! Actually, the bottom button of the cardigan is indeed unbuttoned. But this cardigan likes to behave in crazy ways and buckles a lot when I unbutton the top button. Therefore I always keep it buttoned at the top and I'm fine with how it looks. 

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Thanks! I think I would have to say that I would have chosen perhaps a different tie, a darker one, perhaps with a green/olive element to work with the windowpanes in the jacket. And I'm not so sure about French cuffs in less formal fits, but my wife got me a new pair of cuff links for Father's Day, and I hadn't worn them this week yet, so I threw that in, haha. And, a pocket square may have done well here.

What suggestions would you make?

Mostly I hoped you noticed the tie, which I felt was the one thing really holding that outfit back.

Also I wanted to pilot a new way to offer constructive criticism in a way that would be the most edifying.

Square would be nice. Didn't even notice the FC's

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Helden, how is it working out for you so far? Take it on any trips?
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Helden, how is it working out for you so far? Take it on any trips?

 

So far, so good--it's easily portable and the lens is sharp.  I took it to New York last month and it was comfortable, convenient, and easy to use.  The meter likes to overexpose, so I keep it at a -.07 EV.  

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Really like the tie, Justin. Is that the Francesco Marino? If only the stripes went the right way... smile.gif

Lol I havent paid attention to the direction of stripes before haha




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Road trip to Carmel. Yes, that's a cravat.

 

 

 

 

Suit: Hemrajani

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Cravat: Beau Ties

Square: Rubinacci

Shoes: Nicholas Templeman

Hat: Brent Black/Panama Hats of the Pacific


Somehow I wound up buying yet another pen...

 

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Ripped from the pages of Apparel Arts. Excellent.
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@Van Veen Thank you so much!

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@Andy57 , you just won the internet. Perfect outfit!

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Road trip to Carmel. Yes, that's a cravat.


Suit: Hemrajani
Shirt: Proper Cloth
Cravat: Beau Ties
Square: Rubinacci
Shoes: Nicholas Templeman
Hat: Brent Black/Panama Hats of the Pacific


Somehow I wound up buying yet another pen...

Great look, wonderful suit. I cant wear a cravat without looking like a Bond villain from the 70s, but you pull it off nicely here. What kind of fabric is the suit? Looks very light.
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An overall disappointing casual Friday trying out luxire chino pants of a million wrinkles (Spoiler at your own risk), anyone know if there's a bespoke tailor somewhere in US or AUS that can make chinos? I mean if luxire can't do it and standard sizes are nowhere near what I need, might as well just give up on casual pants and stick to regular pants

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^ This won't get many thumbs here, but I like it. Very rock star.

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@VirgileVerne The wrinkliness (wrinklitude?) of the pants should have less to do with the maker than the makeup of the material you've chosen. Wool fresco pants would have gone quite nicely with that jacket, and without having added nary a wrinkle to your Friday...

 

EDIT: I missed that you're in Sydney--so I guess forget the fresco suggestion. Maybe flannels?

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I like this fit. Wrinkles and all. Ditch the scarf.
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Off to church. Wonder where God is...

 


 

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