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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
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^Ha. Happy friday.
NYR - like the outfit and coat.
Looks fantastic! 10 posts since 2009? You need to fix that.
Unfortunately, however, you are in the wrong place. Post this over in SW&D.
RLPL shearling bomber
LVC '47 501 rough rinse
Alden Indy 403
no one ever said AE was the crème de la crème as you put it. Decent, dependable, US made go-to shoes. That's it... don't over complicate it.
This jacket is striking in appearance--a standout anywhere.
I think Maciek is the bud of Macaroni (son of his bespoke tailor?) who posts some fantastic fits too.
Another night at the keyboard in rehearsal...
Spirit of Shetland sweater
Epaulet "Walt" dark blue trousers
Rob, you must be the best dressed "Newton runner" in America!
I couldn't agree with you more. I have several pair of AE's. These two were particularly good values in a well made shoe.
Kenilworth in burnished brown calf new last fall (and factory 2nds no less). Pics were taken before I even wore them outside.
This is the AE Tresana which I bought at deep discount after the Italian made line was discontinued. They were marked down to just over $200 from an original MSRP of $595.
Next up for me is the shell macneil, I think.
nice shoes and nice pix patrick!
Feelin this pic- great light and mood. Could be some guy from S Italy just thru Ellis Island looking to a new life in the New World or some such. cheers
Top pair in particular have a minimalist attraction- Blake or Goodyear? Very nice anyway
I had my tailor taper and slightly lengthen the pants.
Goodyear welt. I really like the versatility. Works well with business attire during the day and just as well with chinos or denim at night making for a good choice for frequent business travel.
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