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  1. LJ1891

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    @psb was going to the cigar club…that’s how you dress in that setting. In addition to pairing quite well with the rest of his outfit, the coarse texture of the shirt matches the environment of rich smoke and tasty scotch.
  2. LJ1891

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    I don’t know which is better…your wardrobe or your watch game. I have my eye on the all stainless constellation…maybe after I finish grad school 🤔
  3. LJ1891

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    its cool…i orphan the jackets of my glen check and houndstooth suits(vbc super 100s) sometimes. no one dies.
  4. LJ1891

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    I really like this look.
  5. LJ1891

    Getting my first bespoke item (sport coat)

    what color are your trousers?
  6. LJ1891

    High Rise Straight Leg Selvedge Denim

    i went to the 3sixteen boutique downtown…i tried all the models with the highest rises. I even experimented with pairs that were a few sizes too big. all of the inseams were plenty long. none of the rises even approached “mid rise” on me, unfortunately. so, my journey continues.
  7. LJ1891

    Belt alternatives

    they are called side straps. if your trousers are high enough that they sit at your natural waist the side straps should be enough to keep your trousers there more or less. you will have to pull them up and retighten them throughout the day here and there, however. thats small price to pay for...
  8. LJ1891

    The Official Alden Thread for 2024 - Share Reviews, Sizing, Advice, and Photos.

    I like the casual nature of this outfit.
  9. LJ1891

    The Official Alden Thread for 2024 - Share Reviews, Sizing, Advice, and Photos.

    I definitely will! Neocork soles, antique finishing, handstitching…it just felt right.
  10. LJ1891

    The Official Alden Thread for 2024 - Share Reviews, Sizing, Advice, and Photos.

    Just put my deposit down for the Neocork Indy boots (40538h) 🫣😁…My first boots since my doc martens almost 10 years ago. I figured this would be a good reentry into boots.
  11. LJ1891

    The Official Alden Thread for 2024 - Share Reviews, Sizing, Advice, and Photos.

    If I fit comfortably in 11.5D barrie then I should take 11.5D in trubalance correct?
  12. LJ1891

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    This is a really nice look.
  13. LJ1891

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    Looking good bro… I have two suggestions. Both of them originate from my own personal preferences, however. So, take them with a grain of salt. 1.) Wider legged trousers with wider leg openings would greatly improve this look and your swag in general. 2.) I would wear a darker pair of shoes...
  14. LJ1891

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    Coffee Cup: Bespoke Sartoria Barista Coffee in the Bespoke cup: Secret Ethiopian Heirloom Single Origin Beans
  15. LJ1891

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    Wow thats alot of cloth. It must be taking up alot of space. You should use my asset management service. its free 😅 ship your cloth to me!
  16. LJ1891

    HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

    Navy trousers are cool. I dont think they fit in most people’s wardrobes(like grey jackets) so there is a majority sentiment that they aren’t usable. If you have enough non blue jackets that provide enough contrast(like the one you’re wearing) then navy trousers are fine.
  17. LJ1891

    High Rise Straight Leg Selvedge Denim

    excellent. thanks
  18. LJ1891

    High Rise Straight Leg Selvedge Denim

    Can anyone point me in the direction of high rise straight leg denim available in size 34x36/36x36? Im looking for some that have around 13in rise and are fairly straight through the leg. These are a good example of what Im in the market for. The 36 length is important because im really around...
  19. LJ1891

    Unfunded Liabilities: a/k/a The Cloth Thread

    When people describe Dugdale Tropicalair as suiting they are speaking about the “high twist” variation right? The mockleno variation would be appropriate for a separate jacket correct?

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