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This photo was hard to pull off. Storm clouds started rolling in and messed with the light. Rain was greatly appreciated though. Tie is actualy bright but appears a bit washed out here. Suit is BB all linen. Weave is very tight and they dyed the crap out of it. Able to pass as business wear without the usual streaky linen look. Not a bad compromise for work wear.

 

Suit: Brooks Brothers

Tie: Isaia (linen)

Shirt and PS: Brooks


 

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Suit is from Chan?

Frank via Ercole.
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Breaking in new ensemble. If the trousers get higher I could just attach the collar and leave the shirt.

 

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^^ that painting/print above the mantel is something else!
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This sport coat, shirt, and tie combination are well done. It looks great.
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Said it before and I will say it again: Thanks to all that like my pictures, and quoting the other Roy: thanks to all who post pictures of themselves. 

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A Spanish Colonial Revival fountain and I.


Napps (3/2 sack with a hook vent and patch pockets) ivory silk jacket, Brooks Brothers blue PPBD shirt, BB#1 stripe tie, and BB Tartan pocket square, Trafalgar red and blue surcingle belt, Polo Ralph Lauren Madras trousers (with a buckle in back), and Florsheim ivory suede wingtip shoes.

Close up of the buckle in back of the trousers.  When I was younger, almost all trousers had buckles in back.  Leaving the buckle in back unfastened was called "Trailing Ivy".

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Camo 

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@Roy Al  that's exactly the way trousers should be!

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@Roy Al  that's exactly the way trousers should be!

I love a proper break.

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I love a good trouser break discussion.

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I love a good trouser break discussion.

Trousers that look perfect on standing people never work when they actually sit down. A big sloppy break looks terrible but I also hate my pants pulling to knicker-length when I sit down. :nest:

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@Roy Al  that's exactly the way trousers should be!

 

The waistband starts at my navel, and ends 4 cm higher. It's like being embraced by trousers. Strange feeling.

I have all mye trousers cut high, but this is a skyscraper. Need time to get friendly with this one.

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