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    Liking it, Pin Money, I'd never have thought I'd like such a bright yellow jacket, but I'm liking that a lot.

    Today, I'm rocking the heritage look (as usual):

    Chambray Oxford shirt (Allsaints)
    Fair Isle knit cardigan (Allsaints)
    Charcoal wool tie (Ted Baker)
    Tweed Blazer (Ted Baker)
    Slim dark jeans (Diesel)
    Oxblood Chuck brogues (Paul Smith)

    Yeah, the shoes are an extravagance, but they are beautiful, will never date and last forever.
    Last edited by Jay; 28-09-2011 at 11:12 AM.

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    Thanks Jay

    Yours sounds good, I do rock heritage a bit myself.

    Get some photos on the go!

    A recent heritage one for me was:

    Tan suede brogue boots
    Off-white slim AS jeans
    Reiss navy cashmere cable knit
    John Partridge dark green wax jacket
    Tweed flatcap

    I'm going to Cornwall this weekend so will pack that ensemble I think
    Last edited by ICA; 28-09-2011 at 11:15 AM.

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    Ted baker light grey suit
    Church's Black monk strap shoes
    Duchamp "city" shirt
    Plain silver square cuff links
    Ted baker metropolitan specs

    Work wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOE BAG View Post
    Ted baker light grey suit
    Church's Black monk strap shoes
    Duchamp "city" shirt
    Plain silver square cuff links
    Ted baker metropolitan specs

    Work wear.
    I need to get me some monk strap shoes, but fear I'm too late and they'll be out of fashion just as buy them and that in six months they'd be at the back of the wardrobe (plus my next shoe purchase has to be brogue boots).

    I'm never without a pocket square with my suits (usually plain white cotton - simple and classic). Its amazing how a tiny flashof white at the breast pocket makes the hugest difference.

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    Making the most of these few days of summer weather, I've gone pretty basic with a darkish olive green print t-shirt, khaki / beige cargo shorts (sitting just below the knees) and khaki / beige washed-fabric ankle-high worker / military boots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    I'm never without a pocket square with my suits.
    Me too.

    Today I have my dark grey shiny suit on again, a turquoise fitted shirt, a dark purple pocket square and a black tie with purple, lilac, white and light blue (seems to look turquoise because of the shirt), diagonal thin strips on. Oh, and my tie bar and Tag Heuer Aquaracer Chronograph.

    I'm sure all that doesn't sound like it works, but I think it looks ok. I really like turquoise with purple for some reason?!?!

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    Always wear my Tag Heuer Carrera! Standard.

    Today I'm rocking

    Hudson Tobacco Weave Espadrilles
    Allsaints Wamwam Cigarette Jeans (dark + slim)
    White scoop neck raw edge tee (topman cheapo)
    Grey All Saints shawl collar open cardi
    Black quilted jacket from New Look of all places!
    Purple Carrera Wayfarer-style sunnies
    CK white leather woven bracelet thingy

    Love being able to wear whatever I want to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pin Money View Post
    Always wear my Tag Heuer Carrera! Standard.
    A man after my own heart. I tend to alternate between my Carrera Racing (red seconds hand) and my Aquaracer. The Aquaracer feels a bit more bling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    I need to get me some monk strap shoes, but fear I'm too late and they'll be out of fashion just as buy them and that in six months they'd be at the back of the wardrobe (plus my next shoe purchase has to be brogue boots).

    I'm never without a pocket square with my suits (usually plain white cotton - simple and classic). Its amazing how a tiny flashof white at the breast pocket makes the hugest difference.
    The ones mentioned above are pretty classic looking and formal so I'm not too worried about them going in and out. I guess it depends on the style/colour/material. These are more for work / smart occasions.

    I definitely agree! I have recently bought a couple of nice handkerchiefs and like the "puff" style for when I'm out of a night. For work I usually dont bother though. I've been tempted with some of duchamps handkerchiefs of late, they are pretty interesting.

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    Today with autumn now firmly upon us I'm wearing:

    chambray oxford shirt (allsaints)
    ink fair isle knit cardigan (allsaints)
    dark indigo jeans (diesel)
    tweed blazer (ted baker)
    brown wing tip brogues (office)

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