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    @kbrown: You have a look like you're on the prowl for someone to run over. :-)

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      Thanks @90Shilling


      @itsm3json it's a slim tie, it's 2.5" at it's widest


      @kbrown I need a grey OCBD shirt like that...really feeling that

      "One man's style must not be the rule of another's." - Jane Austen
      #StayDapper

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        @kbrown I need a grey OCBD shirt like that...really feeling that </blockquote>


        Hopefully not while he's still wearing it!

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          @ Sdot - Very nicely done. The toes on those shoes aren't to my taste but that's just a personal thing. You could chuck a light grey blazer over that and call it a day.


          @ Alan - Mm... chromexcel. I'd be interested to see the patterns of the pants and jacket closer up.


          @ kbrown - Looking good. But, y so serious?


          As for me - same pants, same smudgy mirror, different day. A little more conventional today, though still a country look. Lots of textures and patterns. Got a few compliments, so it must not be ALL bad.








          The shape of the knot leaves something to be desired....


          Shirt: J.Crew Factory

          Tie: Thrifted wool

          Vest: Thrifted

          Tie bar: Macy's

          Jacket: Bonobos navy linen

          Pants: LEC cords

          Watch: Timex Expedition

          Belt/buckle: Montana Silversmiths

          Shoes: Thrifted vintage longwings




          Ben

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            @BenR Thanks. Yea, that's one thing i'm lacking in my closet...more blazers. Working on updating the closet now, keeping my eye out for some good deals


            As for your post...got a lot going on, but I like it. As you mentioned...the knot is interesting, but whatever floats your boat. Keep stylin!

            "One man's style must not be the rule of another's." - Jane Austen
            #StayDapper

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              @benr killing it with those shoes. damn, they're fine.

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                Thanks Johdus. Took a lot of TLC to bring these shoes back from the brink, but it was worth it. My restoration didn't leave them looking like new but they look pretty decent considering they're older than I am.

                Ben

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                  Here is mine: http://d.pr/i/BGHT


                  Sweater: J Crew Factory Slim

                  Shirt: Indochino

                  Watch: Timex

                  Pants: J Crew 484 Slim in Navy

                  Shoes: Calvin Klein Luke

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                    @devirkahan great fit! well put together.

                    "One man's style must not be the rule of another's." - Jane Austen
                    #StayDapper

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                      @BenR, those are great vintage longwings. I am looking for another pair, I wear a dark brown pair all the time.


                      To everyone else, I'm glad to see this part of the forum so active. Thank you for posting! I need to start contributing again

                      "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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                        @SDot, very wellplanned fit man! COming from someone who loathes wearing black shoes, you killed it with fit, the grey wool tie over the tatter checks under the navy works very well with the shoes. WHat is the opening on the pants? I like the fit. +1 on the spread collar, i feel spread colors have this i know what Im doing look lol.


                        @ben, you pulled all those colors together well, 4 colors 3 patterns? the navy blazer really helped mute alot of it just enough to see what you were doing...a bit much but i like it, plus i like pushing the envelope with how many colors and patterns i can put together without being to busy...


                        @alan, that tie is nice man been looking for a 100 wool striped tie, that has a good weight to it...

                        "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
                        I>0<I

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                          @MaxMan Thanks man. Think the opening on the pants are about 7.5"

                          "One man's style must not be the rule of another's." - Jane Austen
                          #StayDapper

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                            BenR/SDot/Alan - all great looks and fits.


                            hornsup84 - I whined that Greg_s had deleted my PENSKE TRUCKER tag, so that was his peace offering. =D

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                              @NC, you can't prove it!


                              In an attempt to start contributing here more, here's today. I am in the school administering assessments to 1st graders on Fridays. I'm finding it hard to do this and dress professionally.





                              Colors are a bit off.

                              Sweater: Zara (a medium charcoal)

                              Shirt: Blank Label

                              Pants: Docker Alphas





                              Shoes: Allen Edmonds Players (Snuff suede)

                              Socks: Pantherella (actually navy and red, similar to the shirt)


                              Not really a WIWT, but a study break at school with a great view.





                              Pants: Levi's 514 cords

                              Boots: Red Wing Iron Rangers

                              View: Mississippi River/Downtown Minneapolis

                              "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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                                @greg, how are you studying with a view like that...knowing myself, i need to be locked in a room with now windows lol

                                "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
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