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  1. #1151

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    cheers guys like i say i blow hot and cold on the waistcoat (mostly cold) but cracked it out today, ended up wearing it under a brown wool FCUK blazer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ben_ View Post
    Pins, what happened to your display name?!

    Those Prorsum's are dope.
    Time for a change darg

    Thanks x

    Quote Originally Posted by laurencejames View Post
    cheers guys like i say i blow hot and cold on the waistcoat (mostly cold) but cracked it out today, ended up wearing it under a brown wool FCUK blazer.
    Wearing it under a blazer changes everything... Post a pic of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Condor Aasllani View Post
    Time for a change darg

    Thanks x



    Wearing it under a blazer changes everything... Post a pic of that.
    bit overexposed as its quite dark at the moment, but here it is under the blazer


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Condor Aasllani View Post
    ^ Nice

    Where's the roll neck from?
    Ta. John Smedley cashmere mate.

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    @ Pin Money/Ivan Condor Aallani
    I think the shoes are ridiculous... ly GREAT! No seriously, I love em. Exactly the kind of thing I like to see happening to menswear. They're very classy with a lot of flair and originality. The pop of colour and cork do reference the better weather days, but I honestly think, as it's a bold move anyway, you can wear em now. I think they'd look good with some smart wool or velvet trousers, as opposed to denim. (just make sure the velvet and the shoes don't make you look like a pimp )
    In any case, keep em.

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    Pins what size is the Tochigi jacket? Does it fit slim. Looks great.

    Shoes, contrary to my initial thoughts when you first posted pics actually work. I would def wear them in winter too, (dry days) I wouldn't classify them as just a summer shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happydayz View Post

    Pins what size is the Tochigi jacket? Does it fit slim. Looks great.

    Shoes, contrary to my initial thoughts when you first posted pics actually work. I would def wear them in winter too, (dry days) I wouldn't classify them as just a summer shoe.
    It's a large I think, yeah I would say it fits slim. It has some stretch to the denim so it's super comfy and good for layering.

    Cheers for the love on the shoes guys xxx

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    Introducing a little autumn colour...

    https://db.tt/qqD60l4F

    Biker jacket
    Burnt orange lambswool v-neck
    Grey cords
    Stone desert boots

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    Outfits from the past couple of days, bought some olive chinos from Uni-qlo so trying out some outfits, fairly happy so far still learning what works:




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    Winter and the feckin rain has arrived

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