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After a VERY long day yesterday (up at 4:00 AM, and at the office at 5:30 AM, and there until 5: 30 PM), I'm back to a normal schedule. It's still warm here in NYC, though not as bad as it has been - a slight respite from 90+ F heat and humidity.

Please note that the Crusty Crouch will now be performed on Crusty's couch - the armchairs normally employed for that pose are at the refinishers/re-upholsterers, in prep for the move to the new apartment. Hope that you can deal with the change.

Sports jacket - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - Lewin (linen)
PS - J. S. Blank
Trews - BB
Boots - Paul Smith

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Lovely SC, but this is the second time viewing this SC, the line in the SC bottom left, is this a pressing issues or permanent line (cress) and is this a one button???  again Lovely SC...:slayer:    

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Yesterday it was a lovely day to be out and about in SE England; the warmest of the year so far.  A good day to break out a couple of little pressies from Mrs K - lovely floral tie from @Tom Miler and washed leather folio case by Alvaro:

 

 

You look great and I am happy that you like it! Cheers! :) 

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Lovely SC, but this is the second time viewing this SC, the line in the SC bottom left, is this a pressing issues or permanent line (cress) and is this a one button???  again Lovely SC...icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif    

It is a one-button jacket, and there is a crease (non-permanent) on the left hand side of the jacket, by the jacket hem, which will miraculously disappear sometime in the near future. satisfied.gif
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Yesterday.

 

 

 


Jacket & Trousers: Hemrajani

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Tie: Vanda Fine Clothing

Square: Cravat Club

Shoes: Carmina

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My oh my.  sugarbutch knocking it out of the park with understatedly elegant outfits.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

After a VERY long day yesterday (up at 4:00 AM, and at the office at 5:30 AM, and there until 5: 30 PM), I'm back to a normal schedule. It's still warm here in NYC, though not as bad as it has been - a slight respite from 90+ F heat and humidity.

Please note that the Crusty Crouch will now be performed on Crusty's couch - the armchairs normally employed for that pose are at the refinishers/re-upholsterers, in prep for the move to the new apartment. Hope that you can deal with the change.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Sports jacket - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - Lewin (linen)
PS - J. S. Blank
Trews - BB
Boots - Paul Smith














This sounds like a YouTube show, so let's make it. Come talk all things sartorial on Crusty's Couch.
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This sounds like a YouTube show, so let's make it. Come talk all things sartorial on Crusty's Couch.

Subscribed.  

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It is a one-button jacket, and there is a crease (non-permanent) on the left hand side of the jacket, by the jacket hem, which will miraculously disappear sometime in the near future. satisfied.gif

You do it Very Well!!!

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Friday.  Linen jacket, seersucker shirt, raw silk tie.  The shoes are new to me.  Yep, another pair of dark brown Cole Haan bit loafers.  I wore down the soles on my other pair and it was cheaper just to thrift another pair.  

 

 

 

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Thanks! The boutonniere is in fact a real flower. Carnation maybe? I dunno - I only know the names of two flowers: roses, and flowers that aren't roses.

 

Indeed, looks like some kind of carnation hybrid to me.

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There's also https://www.woolovers.com.au/mens/cardigans which is pretty good value but I've had to size down with their stuff. I forgot to mention that I have a John Smedley cardigan as well and it's noticeably finer than the others. That said, I don't have any pilling issues with any of my cardigans. There have been several complaints about the quality of Uniqlo cardigans over on the Aussie thread but I've had no problems with them. I have a lambswool cardigan from Uniqlo that I regularly wear and haven't noticed any significant pilling. I tend to wear mine, air them overnight, fold them and then put them away. Coupled with a large rotation, it means that I get a LOT of wear from my knitwear,

 

Others with a more reasonable rotation would be in a better position to advise you on this.

 

Gerry, thank you. I have previously read good things about John Smedley. However, good to know that even among the companies offering lower price points you've had reasonable experiences. I will of course take on board the countering point re your large rotation. I'm in no rush, so I'll keep my eyes and ears open as I explore the possibilities for adding to my collection of knitwear.

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Again after a break a couple of shots from past weeks (and months maybe).


















I'm really liking that briefcase from the 1st and 3rd pictures. Who is the maker?

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Kind of you to say, Ac. Thanks
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Herringbone again:

 

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