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I haven't yet found a good linen white shirt that isn't see through.


Actually believe it or not, I scored a wonderful white linen BD from a Brooks Bros sale, which is most definitely not see-through.

 

From memory I think it was from the BB section at David Jones in either Sydney or Melbourne.

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Sorry - I know that's your gig!
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Don't worry gf, we got amongst it at the back end of the trip

I thought your Jefferson Airplane collection was confiscated in that last raid?
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Don't worry gf, we got amongst it at the back end of the trip
Italian holiday equals Sex Thugs and RocknRoll

The first one was the most scarce...
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Italian holiday equals Sex Thugs and RocknRoll


Can just go to Preston for that.

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I actually think these are both really cool looks.

 

Mullets are totally on-the-nose right now. But a good mullet can be a thing of beauty. (no homo)

 

There, I said it.

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It's like a reverse mullet - take the mullet, and stick it on your chin.

But really, the mullet never left us. The young'ns are sporting variations of the mullet. Just not the Classico Mulleto
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Speaking of hairstyles, I for one am glad that the sucked-mango-pit look of the faux-mohawk (or "faux-mo") is slowly disappearing from our streets, although you still occasionally see some sportspeople or overly-muscled men with the hairstyle. 

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I'll give you a pass for Exile - last good thing they ever did.

I heard Gimme Shelter today on radio in car. It was good.

Have you seen the film 20 Feet From Stardom? There's a segment in that about the recording of Gimme Shelter focussing on the female vocalist.
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I actually think these are both really cool looks.

Mullets are totally on-the-nose right now. But a good mullet can be a thing of beauty. (no homo)

There, I said it.
Hi cox , I really loved your tan suit. I have a similar suit which has just come back from tailor and ready to wear next week. What shirt would you recommend ? Do you mind reposting your fit.
This is mine
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Sky, cornflower, wedge wood or French blue and a nice burgundy silk knit from HC.
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Sky, cornflower, wedge wood or French blue and a nice burgundy silk knit from HC.

 

Agreed, GF. I'd definitely go with a blue shirt, as it will provide more contrast and warmth than a white shirt.

 

I've got a couple of beige/light tan suits, one in cotton and one in wool, and I always wear them with sky-blue shirts unless I feel a bit more daring - see photo below:

 

 

(Henry Carter x Sozzi knit, Deer Style jacket, G.Inglese for Deer Style shirt, Herringbone pocket square.)

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Yes, full marks to GF and Journeyman. I've been pairing that Formosa tan suit with pale blue shirts and so far, been happy. Contrast tie in a block colour with a bit of texture. Some form of brown shoe, or maybe burgundy.

 

@md2010 , that suit looks a bit flat on its hanger, but I reckon you can make it pop. Looking forward to your pics.

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