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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.
casechopper - fantastic outfit. And those are awesome sunglasses - may I ask who makes them?
Yes. It's not terrible but I should probably have chosen a plain white one.
Wally_hood: I was going more for Tom Baker's Dr. Who but the invisible man isn't a bad alternative.
Fading fast: They're a version of these
casechopper- thank you
Big Man - love the car, love your suit, sans jacket (I've always liked the look of a three piece suit with the jacket off, but I know some don't - I think it has a very "I've got things to do" look), and love the bow tie.
1940 Topline Sears & Roebuck jacket.
Thanks. I have a couple old photos of my Grandfather dressed in this way (matching vest and pants, minus jacket) taken in the mid-1920s.
Today I met this beautiful Bentley racer!
I was wearing mainly thrift shop finds with a Darcy collar + shirt combo.
Lovely motor you got there ;-)
Today, I made another necktie.
Windowpane over check jacket by Samuel Windsor
Vintage mushroom cavalry twill waistcoat
Cream poplin shirt (Tyrwhitt)
Red hunting dogs tie (Lewin)
Vintage grey flannel trousers
Brown fedora, Christies' for Top Secret Hats
Vintage watch, chain & Vesta case, smoked MoP and red paste cufflinks, brown Oxford brogues, British Warm, red paisley Tootal-type scarf
My favourtie blanket coat, Vecona Vintage cap, LL Bean/Chippewa boots and SJC Big B Dungarees. And some RL stuff not seen in the picture.
Great looking outfit, FFF! I love the coat.
Anthony, nice outfit, I particularly like the hat, just the right amount of rumpled.
FFF, good casual look. That blanket coat gets a lot of wear doesn't it.
Thanks Metatron, the hat is well-used, like its owner!
Flo - that coat is very nice. The stripes are just the right shade not to be too obvious.
Thanks. Yes, I wear it all the time during winter. I also got some vintage black overcoats but since I wear brown boots on most days they don't quite match.
One of my new 30s ties, 1920's Arrow shirt and that Sears jacket again - it is AMAZING what a little Pecard's Antique Leather Dressing did for it, I'm so excited about how much nicer it looks now.
That's a pretty sweet jacket, HS.
Vintage tie. Jacket, trousers, and shirt my work.