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From a few feet away this will look like three solids - shirt, tie and jacket. My personal bias would be to break it up a bit with a patterned shirt - stripes or maybe a fuzzy blue and white houndstooth I got from CT - but there’s nothing wrong with what you have here.
I've been eyeing a camel DB jacket like this and thinking of how I would wear it. This is helpful. The one I'm looking at is more casual - I guess I could also do brown or blue cords as well as denim to dress it down. You make a convincing argument.
I would gladly sign up for a Roycru Sights, Sounds and Tastes of LA Tour. All you need is a mic and a stick with a flag on it.Who's the leader of the club that's made for you and me?
Standing in front of 4647 Kingswell Avenue in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles which was the location of the first Walt Disney Studio (where the copy shop is now).
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Brooks Brothers blue blazer, tie, pocket square, and OCBD shirt, Lyle & Scott Fair Isle sweater vest, Orvis corduroy trousers, and Allen-Edmonds shoes.
For fans of "Piece-Of-A-Person" pictures, a piece of a person with Poulet Basquaise and a Kir Royal at Bistrot Figaro on Vermont Ave in Los Feliz picture.
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Some may have noticed in these pictures I am interacting with two things, corduroy trousers and a Kir Royal, that have my name as parts of their names. Not everyone can do this.
Rabid 'Mad Men' fans may have noticed the "Dresden Parking" sign in the first picture. The Dresden Restaurant, where some 'Mad Men' scenes were filmed, is around the corner.
Extra Added Attraction Picture: Some typical storefronts in the area.
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This is on Hollywood Blvd a block before Hollywood Blvd ends at Sunset Blvd.