Thanks Evan, CCJ, and Frank!
Monocle: This may be worn by (1) good dukes, (2) all Englishmen. No bad man may wear a monocle. ~P. G. Wodehouse
“Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes.”
I haven't posted here in a bit but this was two weeks ago at my husbands squadron holiday party
Me and Paul in his lovely suit he had custom made in Hong Kong. My dress is from trashy diva
And me with two of my friends
"After all, a girl is - well, a girl. It's nice to be told you're successful at it.”
~ Rita Hayworth
first time posting in ages thought id get back into posting more, please forgive goofy look in first photo
Hello fellow lounger's , hope everyone is doing fine today?
Today being Saturday, it's time to run errands, pick up the dry cleaning ( as well as drop it off visit with my tailor
George Piasino and hit a few stores for goodies.
This is what I wore out today ,even had to break out the overcoat as we are in the middle of a winter snow storm !
All the Best , Fashion Frank
I never met a hat that I didn't like !
Perfect! I also like your Christmas decoration
“What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language.” Miuccia Prada
London Fog Herringbone tweed, Florsheim vintage wingtips, new shawl neck sweater, vintage tie and wool tweed pants, and modified fur/felt western. Perfect on a cold snowy day for church.
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I seem to have acquired quite a serious fever... and the only cure is more hats!
Items in the Classifieds:
WTB: 1900s - 1940s Fedoras, Homburgs, Westerns, Caps, etc.
Played around with the camera.
Seeing the snow outside, elected me to toss on my Carhart Coat, my new (but not new) 3 3/4 inch wide brim Vintage hat, (the old stage coach begot the 747 jumbo jet fedora), crouch corduroy wide whale tan pants, new Red Wing Iron Rangers, (out of the box and on my feet after three years of collecting dust) and a mild shot of Old Spice to keep it honest.