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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Nice! Are the Lanvin's made by Caruso or Pal Zileri? They use both now.
By Caruso, from what I can tell by the tags.
post #14267 of 14782
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Originally Posted by BriceT1000 View Post

Working towards an outfit here. Give it a week or so and that tie will get pulled off as a gent would.

I had a feeling that was what was going on.

There's nothing wrong with doing that, but it can be a cautionary tale. You are really better off buying lots of versatile pieces to begin with that can be easily combined in different ways, than buying a specific set of items each of which can only be one with each other.

The light blue shirt, however, is obviously a versatile and staple wardrobe piece.
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I had a dream that I bought a new suit. It was double breasted, light grey with Wide soft brown chalk stripes, had wide peak lapels and gorgeous roped shoulders. I didn't want to wake up.
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My two recent purchases could get me in trouble...both were compulsive.

1) Zegna Peak Lapel Tuxedo - 66% off.

2) Castangia Light Blue Single Breasted Suit - 50% off

I really didn't need either but both were such great deals for two quality suits.
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Originally Posted by jungleroller View Post

I had a dream that I bought a new suit. It was double breasted, light grey with Wide soft brown chalk stripes, had wide peak lapels and gorgeous roped shoulders. I didn't want to wake up.

 

get that made...ASAP.

 

or it will quickly turn to a nightmare!

 

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Originally Posted by PCK1 View Post

get that made...ASAP.

or it will quickly turn to a nightmare!

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I may. Maybe something more like this though
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


I had a feeling that was what was going on.

There's nothing wrong with doing that, but it can be a cautionary tale. You are really better off buying lots of versatile pieces to begin with that can be easily combined in different ways, than buying a specific set of items each of which can only be one with each other.

The light blue shirt, however, is obviously a versatile and staple wardrobe piece.

 

You caught me there. I already have a few similar blues but I needed an excuse to get the Charvet. My shirts are the most flexibly, mostly solid blues and whites but I feel that somehow just about everything else in my wardrobe minus a few staples are all outfit specific. Makes for a costly experience but I get to wear something unique (and sometimes mistaken and awful) on a regular basis.

 

I keep you up with this as I get it put together. 

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New compact camera. Friggin love it!
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To take pictures of your Jacket? icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Since Spoo's Carmina drop didn't have anything in my size, I thought I'd swing through the outlets with my jingle stash. Only found a small gem - a Piatelli from Barney's that is the faintest of beiges. Great material with just right amount of drape and a nice, beefy collar. No handwork, but construction looks solid and the fabric is fantasic - like a high end chambray.

The color isn't standard and won't be to everyone's taste, but I just tried it on with a number of combos and it's all win.



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Received a package and oh my lawd is it good
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Received a package and oh my lawd is it good

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I tried it on with tan wool pants and a black knit. Looks bangin'
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Originally Posted by BriceT1000 View Post

You caught me there. I already have a few similar blues but I needed an excuse to get the Charvet. My shirts are the most flexibly, mostly solid blues and whites but I feel that somehow just about everything else in my wardrobe minus a few staples are all outfit specific. Makes for a costly experience but I get to wear something unique (and sometimes mistaken and awful) on a regular basis.

I keep you up with this as I get it put together. 

i been there, man. thats how i spotted it. then i was given the advice i passed on to you. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

I tried it on with tan wool pants and a black knit. Looks bangin'

love it.
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