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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
Next to my dream car at the Old Westbury car show. '50s hat and shirt, modern pants and shoes.
It's a Made in America rainy day on my front porch in Montpelier, VT. vintage Stetson 3x, Salaam Shirt, Gustin Jeans, vintage pocket square, Vintage Mason boots. Also, not made in America Lands end nailhead oxford cloth jacket.
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New jacket from the thrift, canvas cotton 3 patch pockets
I like that jacket!
Thanks! I just noticed we are quite similar, I think the jacket would go with your outfit matt. I like your boots
Actually I was thinking the same thing about the jacket! I actually got the boots off another member here in the classifieds.
Are your boots Hathorn packers?I have a pair,they are great for riding and around the barn.
Seeing how it is a very rainy day here in New England , here is my attire for the day.
All the Best , Fashion Frank
What size are they?
I like that coat frank
They are 13 I think, but I usually wear a 12, and they are roomy, but not too roomy. Maybe I can scrounge up the old thread I bought them off of.
Took some digging, but I foinally found that old classifieds thread with all the info on these boots. http://www.thefedoralounge.com/showthread.php?62199-The-VELVET-TONGUE-Vintage-(boots)-for-sale....
Those are a nice tall boot! Im looking for a boot like that. I have a pair of ankle boots that are a size too small on me maybe I shall put them up on the classifieds
Oh my... Stunning!... :eeek:
We have these places for real (that place is Charlecote Park)... no need for Disney here... my wife works at a similar 'National Trust' property... not sure if its haunted, but I would not fancy being alone in there alone at night.
Very nice outfits all...
Frank, Glad to see you're. back in action! Seems like its been awhile, I hope all is well. Looking good as always
Today decided on the Chester lee Harris Tweed jacket, wool vest vintage plaid shirt , Harris Tweed 8 panel cap, and thick heavy cords. Rounded off with argyle socks and heavy duty vintage Loake brogues, just nice and comfortable for our winter.
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Thanks MarkJohn and Hyena Stomp, yes the place is Charlecote Park - fairly image heavy post on my blog about it.
Very cool blog :cool3: - you've captured some great shots at Charlecote; did you sneak the interior ones, as your not normally allowed to take pics in NT properties, as you might be casing the joint - that malachite and garnet studded writing set, is simply beautiful.
Nope, no sneaking, photographing was allowed, just not with flash. Which made it difficult and sometimes impossible to capture good images. There are far better ones than mine out on the web.
pinesiw, Love the find
I gotta invest me into some cotton plaid shirts.
All'a mine are solids.
Like yer brown trousers,too
Brown's a fav color,got lotsa browns & tans
Gotta hunt me up a cotton coat...wearin' the hell outta a wide wale grey coruroy coat fer now
Though there is Alton Towers, a theme park which was built around the ruins of an actual manor house built in 1801.