49% Gentleman, 51% DISSIDENT
That's True Ivy League is it not, unlike some pathetic modern interpretations of it.NJS
I love this pattern of tweed, and Brooks made a coat in this pattern about four years ago. Fortunately, I was able to pick one up.
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@NJS:The cut of the shirt collar and tattersall pattern of are English country gentleman rather than Ivy League, as is the combination of that shade of blue sweater with a brown check jacket. I would also add that an Ivy Leaguer would have insisted on a perfect dimple on the necktie.
Anon @14:36 ~ It's a rare Codstooth pattern woven by nubile raven-haired Scottish waifs and infused with essence of Hottie.
Hate the v-neck sweater--an item that should be purged from every closet. There's no purpose to it except to show that you're a big boy who's wearing a tie.
Admiral, trad; but somehow has an edge. Fitting.
I disagree with Chris about the V-neck sweater. It was once a sports garment, and the purpose is not to show the tie, but to allow the top button to be unbuttoned (cooling the neck) during sports.
Have the exact blazer, Ferragamo if I'm not mistaken.
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