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Legendary StC.  That collar is bangin.  Did I ask u b4-  what loafers ?

 

 

 

 

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I love those suedes.   re:  the saturation -  the SC appears to be mustard on my screen. Do I need a new one? 

 

 

 

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Only u could pull off that fit with those black bad boys down low. 

 

 

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Only the most ancient thirsts on our shoulders.

 

 

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Yeah well this horse ain't drinking.  Props on the suit tho.

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Hi gentlemen.  Tie is ... well, I'm not feelin it. 

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yeah baby, that's style!

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Natural light. 

 

 

Brooks Bros

TM Lewin

Arrow


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Back to suits, while the humidity (if not the heat) is lower. The Friday Challenge is the "loud tie worn well" challenge - to wear a loud tie tastefully. Today's tie is purple, and it's Charvet, which qualifies it for loud, certainly - tasteful, I leave to the discretion of the viewer.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - BB MTM
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Simon Carter, via Fortnum & Mason, London
Braces - Paul Stuart
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand


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This is where I'm at. I am the CEO of my company* and can wear whatever I like and fuck you.

 

*However, as my company has precisely one employee, I am also the tea lady.

 

:cheers:  

@Coxsackie I'm in a similar situation to you over the ditch here in Auckland, "Nuu Zeal-lund" (sic).  Where I deliberately try to keep my small business lean to avoid all the employee related "compliance" (resistance is futile, you will be assimilated) hassles and costs.   Like you, I can wear whatever I want.  

 

Presently, I'm working hard to raise my sartorial game -- after more than two decades in the ICT industry's geek inspired (no disrespect intended to technically inclined brethren, of course) sartorial wilderness.

 

P.S.  I originate from the South Island, so your recent skiing missive had me pinning for Treble Cone, which is one of my favourite ski fields down under too.  I will have to do something about it next ski season. 

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Cool BK. Let's hit Treble Cone together next year in our DB chalkstripes, à la Luca Rubinacci...

 

 

...on second thoughts, let's not.

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Luca is trying so hard to build an image of hip and cool.
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To be fair, maybe this was driven by Rubinacci's advertising agency.

 

It is a very striking image. The fact that he's a young, shiny-bald man advertising clothes also makes for a refreshing change from what's usually seen.

 

We're also starting to see male clothes models in their sixties and even older. It would be great to see a campaign based around fat men. An expert bespoke tailoring house could really strut their stuff this way. "This guy is clearly a difficult shape, and yet we made him look cool."

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Back but not really. Still very casual. One new item bought during the summer. The polo suede Belgraves.
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Oh hai, Anden!

Soooooo, not loving the loud ties today. frown.gif


Pliny, yeah, not loving that tie either, particularly with that suit.
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I think I need to quilt waywrn this week with all these loud ties that are blinding my squinty eyes. 

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Hopefully, there will be a book written entitled “Tigers of ‘14”. Just dreaming...
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G, I think those are the same pants I was unthrilled with before, no? There is no true full pic there, but from what I see, they look better in these pics. smile.gif
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