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Saying nothing good, bad, or otherwise, that fit is VERY you :slayer:

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Ring
JWN
Isaia
Godard
Khakis of Carmel
EG

Photos came out a bit fuzzy unfortunately.
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 Portofino tie + linen

Love the tie! Goes fantastically well with the rest of the outfit. 

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Hi again. Haven't got any good pictures lately, but this was ok - so let's give it a go.

 

MTM-jacket / MTM-trousers / Berg&Berg tie and shirt / DressLikeA PS

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Wednesday.  Linen shirt, jacket and pants.  Loving this color combo.  The square is a bit matchy, but a perfect IMO.  Not sure about the socks.  

 

 

 

 

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@An Acute Style love this combo. How on earth do you have your linen jacket and pants look so wrinkle free? Is this sorcery?

Also, who makes this jacket?
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today

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Today : simple and bicolor.

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Today. My first shirt with club collar. Not yet sure how I feel about it. Seems like a nice touch for more summery outfits.

 

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* shirt and jacket from Suitsupply
* tie and pocketsquare by Poszetka
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Andy, that is so good. It's all about the colour matching in the NATO on your Sub. Fantastic.
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Out in the warm California Sun amongst some Storybook Architecture (which was popular here in the twenties and thirties) wearing a Middishade For Penn Traffic Madras jacket, Brooks Brothers ecru PPBD shirt, Roosterknit knit tie, Squarextraordinaire ecru cotton pocket square, Leatherman blue and tan surcingle belt, Orvis trousers, Allen-Edmonds tan suede Strandmoks, and the tie clip I've worn for over fifty years but seldom shows in my photographs (since on wider ties I wear it on the rear blade rather than both blades).


Close-up of the tie clip.  Over fifty years ago, when I started working for the railroad, this was the latest thing in American locomotives, and most of the younger guys wore tie clips like this to show how up to date we were.

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Very nice Blekit. I like the collar.
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today


Damn. :slayer:

 

We're all just hacks compared to this. Is that Rubi's Victory square?

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Out in the warm California Sun amongst some Storybook Architecture (which was popular here in the twenties and thirties) wearing a Middishade For Penn Traffic Madras jacket, Brooks Brothers ecru PPBD shirt, Roosterknit knit tie, Squarextraordinaire ecru cotton pocket square, Leatherman blue and tan surcingle belt, Orvis trousers, Allen-Edmonds tan suede Strandmoks, and the tie clip I've worn for over fifty years but seldom shows in my photographs (since on wider ties I wear it on the rear blade rather than both blades).





Close-up of the tie clip.  Over fifty years ago, when I started working for the railroad, this was the latest thing in American locomotives, and most of the younger guys wore tie clips like this to show how up to date we were.


@Roycru have you ever thought of publishing a book with your SF posts? I would buy it...
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@An Acute Style love this combo. How on earth do you have your linen jacket and pants look so wrinkle free? Is this sorcery?

Also, who makes this jacket?

Thanks. The jacket is from Uniqlo. This pic as taken after a day of teaching. @upr_crust can attest to the heat that day. I ironed the pants and steamed the jacket lightly before I left home. No trickery beyond that.
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