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Yup - cool as always DC.
Oh yes! I only started wearing pleats about 3 years ago. Before that everything was flat fronts with a mid rise. When I discovered the comfort of high rise and pleats, there was no going back! I do still have a couple of flat front dress trousers in a fuller cut with a mid/high rise.Yup - cool as always DC.
I wonder if you ever wore flat fronts?
My strides are 99percent flat fronts and that was the case for most strides until the last couple of years so when I see them now I wonder if the wearer was a die-hard pleated for the last couple of decades or a recent convert!
I like this look. The jacket is amazing! Details please. It could be the angle, but the balance looks off in the first pic with the jacket buttoned. Maybe it needs to be taken in/realigned at the hips so the pattern falls straight.
This brown suit with that tan waistcoat gets me every time. What a great combo.The weather in NYC is sunny but cold, though not as fiercely cold as last Friday. I am to be spending my afternoon having lunch with a friend, then an afternoon visit to the Met Museum, such that the extra layer of a waistcoat would be welcome insulation, but not too much for wandering museum galleries. Today's shoes are something from the archives - haven't worn them in a long while, but they're comfortable enough for an afternoon full of walking, but still apropos of today's suit.
Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Waistcoat - Ede & Ravenscroft, London
Shirt - Brooks Brothers
Tie - Zegna
Braces - Albert Thurston
Cufflinks - Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Pocket square - vintage J. Press
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - Hickey Freeman
Cap - Paul Stuart
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