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Thanks Andy. Wanting to be low key as attending a family funeral in Norwich, it was a long day. I saw some people yesterday I'd not seen in 25 years, that was the best of the day nod[1].gif


I'm sorry to hear that, Cleav. Speaking from my own experience, it is a shame that it takes a funeral, sometimes, to bring people together like that. But we all lead busy and far-flung lives, I guess.

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Lovely outfit @AlexRamius

 

Would you please share some details? 

 

Thx :D

 

Overcoat in Yak Wool from SuitSupply

Tab collar shirt in some sort of fresco weawe; and chinos, both from @LuxireStudio

Cashmere Jacket from Blandin & Delloye, a french MTM.

Seven Fold Wool Tie from Julien Scavini, a french tailor/MTM.

Monks from Septieme Largeur

 

The pocket square is just some leftovers of a piece of fabric from Liberty of London. It cost me 2€ and i made 4 PS from it :p

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Blekit, that's great.  Fit of all the items looks outstanding.  

 

For extra credit you might opt for a deeper, richer shoe (dark brown or maybe oxblood if you have it) to complement that tie.  

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Thanks Andy. Wanting to be low key as attending a family funeral in Norwich, it was a long day. I saw some people yesterday I'd not seen in 25 years, that was the best of the day nod[1].gif

My condolences on your loss, Cleav, and equally, my condolences on the drive from Derby to Norwich - a long and I am sure arduous trip via car in one day.
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I'm sorry to hear that, Cleav. Speaking from my own experience, it is a shame that it takes a funeral, sometimes, to bring people together like that. But we all lead busy and far-flung lives, I guess.

True dat, and isn't our existence oh so fragile?

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My condolences on your loss, Cleav, and equally, my condolences on the drive from Derby to Norwich - a long and I am sure arduous trip via car in one day.

Thanks upr too, yes a difficult day. Pleased to make the acquaintance of family old and new and ferrying mater and pater around England for 8 hours in the car was interesting!
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Made up for by the fact there are some of the most reasonably priced, best quality to price ratio bespoke shoe makers around, where you're based.

any suggestions? i've heard quite a bit about the scene, but haven't really considered bespoke shoes too seriously as it's generally quite easy for me to find very comfortable shoes in normal sizing. the only person i know who has bespoke shoes purchased two pairs at scheer for an ungodly amount, but claims it's more than worth the price because he has some foot size/arch and leg-length issues that make off the rack shoes physically painful..
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After school special.
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Wonderful autumn colouring!

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Keeping the old Arnys (pre-Berluti) Saint-Germain-des-Prés spirit alive, by way of Dirnelli. Showing that the French can do tweed as well as anybody else.  

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SC: Arnys

Scarf & shirt: Oscar Jacobson

Tie: Attolini 7-fold challis

Corduroys: Berg & Berg

Shoes: Tricker's

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Pants are new from Ed.  

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Damn. The pants came out lovely - excellent drape.

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I'm not wearing shoes and trousers today.

 

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Yesterday

 

 

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Thanks Andy. Wanting to be low key as attending a family funeral in Norwich, it was a long day. I saw some people yesterday I'd not seen in 25 years, that was the best of the day nod[1].gif

 

Sorry for your loss, my friend.

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any suggestions? i've heard quite a bit about the scene, but haven't really considered bespoke shoes too seriously as it's generally quite easy for me to find very comfortable shoes in normal sizing. the only person i know who has bespoke shoes purchased two pairs at scheer for an ungodly amount, but claims it's more than worth the price because he has some foot size/arch and leg-length issues that make off the rack shoes physically painful..

Most people start with RTW and MTO of which Vass and Rozsnyai offer some very good options and are right around the corner.
For bespoke makers do check out Maftei!
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