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So...I think I've finally exhausted all the pattern improvements I could come up with. Finally decided to share some pictures, even though the pants had been stuffed in a bag for a week.
EDIT: What's the image size limit here? I'd rather upload directly here if I can. It says the files are too big.
Have you ever tried sitting on the loo to polish your shoos Shooey? I remember somebody recommended that on AAAC a few years ago.
you need CLR, or the Euro equivalent of it.Nothing really works imho but for the toilet aficionados I can look up what this magic cleaning powder thing is called
At that point in time I‘d probably get new fixtures. What I was trying to say is: Nothing can replace frequent manual cleaning so what everyone needs is a maidyou need CLR, or the Euro equivalent of it.
Quickly dissolves tough calcium and lime deposits as well as surface rust stains from bathtubs, toilet bowls, sinks, glass, chrome, stainless steel and more.clrbrands.com
Stand alones, or part of a suit? I have similar as a suit, English Bladen from years gone sour. Great cloth and pattern, yours. Mine too. Your hands photograph young, thought you were old, ish. Maybe I'm thinking of myself.
dunno. I guess I am in a no-sock phase because no suits or jackets and scrubs all day. sockless in my scrub shoos. wore shearling lined ankle boots all winter and I've never worn socks with shearling or other insulated boots. then I just switched to spring/summer footwear and just went sockless with all my boots too see how comfortable it might be, and surprisingly my feet were not torn up.WHY???
This has a bit of the look of Bond’s rig when he was with Madeline Swan in Tangier on the way to Blofeld’s secret underground lair. You both make the mistake of having pants too close in color to the jacket. I would have gone lighter with cream / off white (would have to change the shirt) but you could go darker with dark tan / true khaki or marine blue. I also think you’re right that five pockets don’t really level up with the formality of tailored odd jackets.
You’re still better dressed than 99 percent of the schlubs I see when I’m out and about!