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    $45 shipped.

    I'm pretty sure it's the hand finished one from a few labels ago — the knit is a bit too perfect to be hand done, to my eye — but it's still a great deal.

    http://www.johnmolloy.com/catalogue.php

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    casual friday at the library.

    shoes: reebok ice cream board flip.
    pants: levi's 501s
    shirt - langhorne slim and the law t-shirt i bought after his concert. thrifted lands end fleece polo pull-over
    watch - timex weekender from the groupon. olive and red strap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonATL View Post
    $45 shipped.

    I'm pretty sure it's the hand finished one from a few labels ago — the knit is a bit too perfect to be hand done, to my eye — but it's still a great deal.

    http://www.johnmolloy.com/catalogue.php
    do you own it Jon? Whats the fit like, been looknig for a good cable knit...
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    Yeah, it's the one I posted on the last page. I'm back to thinking it's the hand-woven one.

    I think it's pretty great. Since it was thrifted, it's currently drying from a hand washing, but I plan on wearing it often as soon as I can.


    Capnwes over at SF just found this one, if you're in the market:


    It's a small, though.

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    o ok, i completely mised that last post...my interest is aroused...
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    Well, figure it's time I make my WIWT debut. Be gentle.





    Pardon the messy beard and hair, I have a barber's appointment later today.

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    Blazer: Land's End donegal tweed in tailored fit
    Shirt: Uniqlo
    Tie & tie bar: The Tie Bar
    Pants: Uniqlo slim fit chinos
    Pocket square: Camo bandana from Army/Navy store
    Watch: Bertucci field watch
    Not pictured: Chocolate suede chukka boots with blue laces

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomasR View Post
    Well, figure it's time I make my WIWT debut. Be gentle.


    Pardon the messy beard and hair, I have a barber's appointment later today.

    Details
    Blazer: Land's End donegal tweed in tailored fit
    Shirt: Uniqlo
    Tie & tie bar: The Tie Bar
    Pants: Uniqlo slim fit chinos
    Pocket square: Camo bandana from Army/Navy store
    Watch: Bertucci field watch
    Not pictured: Chocolate suede chukka boots with blue laces
    Looking dapper!
    "One man's style must not be the rule of another's." - Jane Austen
    #StayDapper

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    I dig the overall look - the pocket square could go, in my opinion. You have plenty of pattern-mixing going on here so you have to be careful you aren't overdoing it, and... well, I personally just loathe camo.
    I have the same tie and tie bar and sometimes its difficult to mix with shirts because of color-contrasting. It looks too light next to light-colored shirts, and too dark on dark-colored shirts. I think a navy or black blazer would set this off really well and would reduce the excess of patterns.

    Based on what a lot of people go for on this site/forum, i would venture to say most people would recommend dropping the tie and putting a sweater on in there to break up the patterns, as well. When i mix it up like this my fear is often that I will look back someday on a picture and say "oh, man... was that trendy or something?" hence why i went with a plain black tux with black bowtie for my wedding. but there were significantly more pictures taken there than in my work office, so much less pressure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomasR View Post
    Well, figure it's time I make my WIWT debut. Be gentle.

    Pardon the messy beard and hair, I have a barber's appointment later today.

    Details
    Blazer: Land's End donegal tweed in tailored fit
    Shirt: Uniqlo
    Tie & tie bar: The Tie Bar
    Pants: Uniqlo slim fit chinos
    Pocket square: Camo bandana from Army/Navy store
    Watch: Bertucci field watch
    Not pictured: Chocolate suede chukka boots with blue laces
    Looks very good TomasR. Your pattern mixing is good. i think the 4 patterns you have on are done well, and chukka boots certainly would seem in place for the look.
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    @SDot
    Thanks, man!

    @j.r.
    I'm a big fan of pattern/texture mixing, but I'm early in my menswear geek development. Definitely looking to add some more solids into my wardrobe come the Holiday sale bonanza. Also, funny enough, I have a J. Crew navy cotton blazer I've worn with more or less the exact same kit. Going with the tweed was a more functional choice as I love the blazer/scarf/gloves combo as outerwear and tweed is warm enough to get me through the start of NYC winter.

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