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post #31906 of 48616
Thanks Ernesto! The Hallams are old faithfuls and actually look a lot better than my mediocre photography reflects (I've been playing with Journeyman's Fuji x10 but I really don't know what I'm doing!)...

The Carminas, I will probably sell, alas. I took ages to decide on them, then wore them once and realised that I'm just not a wholecut guy. Still, they got a shine smile.gif

As for rainy days, I tend to go for a dark navy (okay, my favourite anyway), because it looks good in dim light, and also because if I get a bit of rain on it, it's not really noticeable. Dark brown shoes, because they don't show a bit of mud too badly...
post #31907 of 48616
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

Nice shoes, nice shine.

Do people have rainy day suits?


+1 - Very nice shine on those Carmina wholecuts, FP.

I don't know about a rainy day suit, but I wore some flannel today - Fox Flannel, to be precise:

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- Deer Style MTO suit;
- Deer Style MTO shirt;
- Black silk knit tie by Ascot Ties;
- J. Press sterling silver tie clip;
- Kent Wang white linen pocket square; and
- Crockett & Jones "Audley".
post #31908 of 48616
WHEN DID YOU GET THAT SUIT, JOURNEYMAN!?
post #31909 of 48616
No fit pic today, but here is a look at my boxfresh Meermin Chukka's

post #31910 of 48616
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

No fit pic today, but here is a look at my boxfresh Meermin Chukka's

 

Snuff suede? I was quite impressed with the pair I had.

post #31911 of 48616
Nice boots Henry!



Shine looks a bit better in daylight, still can't manage to capture the real colour though, which looks like thick honey...
post #31912 of 48616
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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

Snuff suede? I was quite impressed with the pair I had.
Nah it's the darkest one, I also ordered a belt to go with but mistakenly ordered the snuff, but it'll still get plenty of wear. I love the dainite sole, they will be good wet weather shoes.
post #31913 of 48616
P.S Before I ask, does anyone know how much Double Monk are selling there shoe trees for?
post #31914 of 48616
Nice boots, Jas. How's the fit on the Rui last?
post #31915 of 48616
$65 for saphir
post #31916 of 48616
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Nice boots, Jas. How's the fit on the Rui last?

Thanks, very god straight out of the box compared to the Olfe, similar in terms of length/width
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Originally Posted by ovlov View Post

$65 for saphir

Many thanks i'll email Chris
post #31917 of 48616
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Like the brown one Rob, very nice. I too think it's a great colour despite not ever owning one.

Today, 2 Shades of grey
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I know its against the hivemind here on SF but I'd be really keen to see what that outfit looked like pushed a bit further into deliberate territory with a grey shirt as well.
post #31918 of 48616
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Originally Posted by boff View Post

Digging all the brown love. Weirdly, I'm wearing a darkish brown three piece today.

 

+1

 
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post



Bear in mind this photograph is a few years old, this chap works for Brunello Cucinelli and is wearing the company's look from that time period.

 

And, he's in mid-step. The leg would have definitely risen slightly.

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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post


Not sure what fabrics suitshop are carrying, but I got a very dark solid brown in Loro Piana fabric from PJ a while ago that I'm very happy with. Maybe they have that one.

 

I just reserved a length of a very dark chocolate/brown Loro Piana wool as well!

post #31919 of 48616

I was convinced on the brown suit a while ago --

 

-- and then just saw this clip of Aziz Ansari rocking a brown suit, with a black knit tie. Sold.

 

I'll skip the grey-ish shirt, though.

 

post #31920 of 48616
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