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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LabelKing, Jan 1, 2010.
Ed, Dig it.
IST66, Really nice.
PG, Sharp, now your shoes look "dirty"
Dawg, Nice to see you back to your colourful self.
Precursor to Casual Friday:
Lookin' good, Dawg! I have a Byford cashmere pullover in that exact shade of orange.
Ghana driving deep into the Cup tournement this year? http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/foot...10/8385612.stm
Did a bad job of the photos today, was in a bit of a hurry.
Very nice - really like the DB waistcoat. Deets on the shoes, please!
Had an important meeting today, so decided to dress up a bit :
Only had a quick scan of the past couple of days but there have been some good looks - comments will follow.
I'm supposed to be spending my break on DIY, but decided as this afternoon was the first day of decent spring weather to sneak off for a walk along the coast to Whitstable:
Quick dodgy shot:
Heavy-weight French Linen Jacket : Holland & Holland
Cotton Shirt: Orvis
Boots: Barker 'Harrison'
Back to Brisker Spring Thursday:
[click photographs for larger versions if you wish]
Borrelli Linosa cotton jacket, 3 roll 2 "sack," no canvas or padding, insipid plastic buttons replaced with pre-WWII MoP
BB Black Fleece ODBD, barrel cuffs
Attolini line seven-fold (yes, seven) tie
Sam Hober hanky in Carlo Riva cotton
Incotex cotton trousers
Tiffany calf strap with Tiffany sterling slide buckle
BB Golden Fleece socks
Ferragamo Tramezza calf pennies in black
Tiffany Etoile band in platinum
Seiko Spirit on grosgrain band
Robert Marc sunglasses
Yes to all the above.
I had no idea how tall you are. Wow. (Nice coat, btw.)
Can you guys slow down a little. This is going to have to be a very edited comments pt1 - there's some good stuff that'll have to go uncommented - some of us have got floorboards to varnish...
Today marks the debut of another Drakes tie I got recently. It made going back to work after about 10 days off almost bearable:
Nice tie - goes great with the three-piece (I need more 3-pieces...).
Casual all last week for me, but now it's back to work
Very nice spectators. I like the look overall, although I'd prefer a slightly slimmer leg.
Great trousers - like the rest alot too.
One of my favourites of yours.
Vintage Polo Black and White Nailhead Suit.
I like the cut of this suit, particularly the lapls and gorge.
Attolini (for Luciano Barbera) unlined, uncavassed linen 3 roll 2 "sack" jacket
Borrelli linen BD shirt, barrel cuffs
Talbott silk square
Borrelli cotton pants
RL Purple Label woven D-ring belt
Silvano Lattanzi (for Asprey) true suede pennies
Cartier band in plain 18K
Mickey Mouse watch by Milton Bradley, Swiss manual movement (c.1974), Camille Fournet ostritch band
Morgenthal Frederics sunglasses
We almost managed 60 today
I come in peace after a few single malts, Partagas SD5 & cropping to protect the map of Tasmania..
Off work early to go and have stiches pulled out of my shoulder... Beautiful sunny weather, so I thought I'd bring these linen/cotton plaid check trousers out of stasis...
Another raw one fresh out of the box no pressing first wearing
suit Tom Mahon
Another good fit on the new suit.
There was supposed to be a comment on yfyf's suit too but it got lost in the quoting - I liked it anyway
- I think I'm a little becoming addicted to your WAYWN posts
Thank you, Mr Foxx! I hope that it will not prevent to be objective and to criticise my imperfect looks.
Thank you, Maestro!
Now THAT is my kind of sports coat! Great look, man. Deets?
Cheers! SC - LP for Fortnum&Mason London
Ed, Dig it.
IST66, Really nice.
Thank you, sir!
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