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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
u live in Whisky-ad land.
Pants and waistcoat appear to be the same material in one pic. 3-piece?
Thanks, I got mine from the 'Bay as well. I believe it to be a classic and after having seen several SF members (e.g. @mossrockss ) use it to great effect here, I decided I wanted one too. I'd definitely recommend it!
@steveyoo1983 : Park Güell?
I suppose that you could say I am associated with alcohol industry This particular photoshoot was devoted to a new flavor of Somersby cider --> Elderflower and lime and this is what I am holding in my hand --> but I didn't want to bother anyone with that.
This is not a three piece. In fact, the waistcoat is buff and the trousers are tobacco brown. I had this waistcoat made to be a part of my morning coat but now that I have noticed it works so well with other clothes, I am experiencing a change of heart and I consider getting another waistocoat for the morning coat. This time I am thinking of dove
Thursday, and the return of wintry temperatures to NYC.
Suit - BB
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Canali
Braces - New & Lingwood
Cufflinks - David Donohue, via Cable Car Clothiers, SF
Shoes - Finsbury, Paris
Overcoat - Adolfo
Scarf - Fortnum & Mason
Hat - Selentino
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Thursday: Stripes, gingham, and stuff.
Looks great dude.
I've actually found that tie looks better with a spread collar shirt than a button-down collar anyhow…
First post in a while—my normal pic-taking spot was covered in 8-10 inches of snow for like 6 weeks and I was ambivalent about shoveling it. But spring is nigh in Cincinnati, so here I am once more.
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Below is incotex mid grey and GG
That's a really beautiful tie.
Consistently defining good taste and elegant appearance.
One of those SC's that makes it difficult to wear without looking like an "outfit". Hence the green dotted square. Any advice on colors for shirts and ties with this are welcomed.
Hi guys. Am I the only one wearing a boutonnier? Why? All members in SF have elegance and style so what can enhance your style more than a flower in the button hole? (This one is from The Gentlemans Gazette / Fort Belvedere, and I have others from A suitable wardrobe)
Really like that @justinkapur and @mossrockss providing some tweed in juxtaposition to justin's linen. Just two of a great bunch of fits lately, gents.
I decided to go green again today.
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