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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
Made my day!!!
Great looking friend you have on your head!
A somewhat old school barber shop in Fairhaven, WA, offers a beer with your trim and shave. Hot lather and cold brew, unbeatable combination.
Earlier this week:
Nice Alan. It all works together very well!
yohji yamamoto pour homme
comme des garcons homme +
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Stepping out for a cold brew in the NJ snow.
Adam fedora, Older Hugo Boss coat, RL cords, tweed waistcoat from Scotland, thomas pink shirt, stacy adams cognac boots.
Today I am wearing:
Herring Kendal mid-brown, pebble grain brogues (made by Loake)
English-made navy blue moleskin trousers which my dear Mother re-hemmed for me
Good old English-made HJ Hall dark brown softop socks
White with black and blue Tattersall check M & S shirt
Mid-grey knitted cotton sleeveless jumper (hand me down from Faither - too big for him!)
Olney 'Big Bond oversized, peaked flat cap in their 5017 sage green check pure new wool pattern
Cannot recommend the Olney cap highly enough. I've got a big old bonce and their 7 5/8" or 62cm size is absolute perfection whilst the cap has a good, heavyweight feel to it. Might not sound nice to some folks but it has now taken on the same scent as my Grandad's old Trilbys which I always used to try on as boy. Very reminiscent of the old gent and oft makes me think of him fondly. Gave me some great advice about life which I chose to ignore but now realise he was right and that it was borne of hard fought experience.
Need to get me some country or more informal style waistcoats - the one above is a real cracker!
And when going outside to walk the four legged beastie, I put my English-made but pretty cheap off ebay, brown wax gilet on.
I bought a camel colored hat with the intention of wearing it with my camel hair coat but I then balked at the matchy-matchiness of the look. But now seeing your effort has me reconsidering my reluctance.
This was me yesterday at LA Zine Fest selling my comic book Sea of Kansas
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Hear, hear! Let me say, Sproily, that you outdo yourself and make me positively green with envy! Magnificent! Where did you get that frock coat? Is it vintage? Please tell us about it!
Not to mention that awesome topper.
Heading out to church.
Great three piece tweed there young fella. The tie and fedora really send the look over the top... Great!
Please give some details about the suit... Is the vest 4 buttons or 5 ?
Thank you for posting.
Excellent look HB3.
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Nice looking suit.
Thank you for the nice compliments gents
countryclubjoe: The suit is a 1970s Adolfo suit. It has a four button vest and two patch pockets. The pants are cut pretty full with a slight flare at the bottom.
My first "adult" suit my father gave me when I was 14. Needless to say I have not grown very much since then.
Yeah, I recall seeing pics you posted during more favorable weather of you in that suit, cpdv. I am on the hunt to get me something very like that there suit.
Oh yes, on my brothers graduation day. It was rather more pleasant strawboater weather. I had to make due with a derby. We just got another foot of snow...no summer suits for a while.
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