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Vintage Daks tuxedo.
Some slight alterations and it will be grand.

AppleMark


And, right next to it on the rail, this bespoke ivory dinner jacket from Tom Brown tailors of Eton.

My camera can't handle the contrast.
Again, it needs a bit of waist suppression if I'm going to keep it. My wife is not keen on it at all.



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thrifted stuff (n/a):

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Dang, that Schott Perfecto is Boss.

post #115038 of 115038
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Hold up a tick.
Gieves has a licensed line. Hickey freeman made most of it. Crombie fabric suggests to me it's true Gieves, since Crombie isn't as well known here as it is across the pond.

The real test is what the Gieves label looks like and whether it has the "bespoke" tag inside the inner pocket.
As far as debuts go, you did better than most. Welcome to the team.

Edit:
Couple recent keeper pickups. Also grabbed a handful of Canali and Corneliani suits in staple gray, size 40R IIRC. But just too dang tired to post. Maybe tomorrow.
RLPL
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HF
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BB linen
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Assuming the gieves and hawkes isn't a HF would it be something worth picking up? Did a bunch of researching but couldn't come up with much info
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