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    With my new orientally patterned waistcoat I shall appear truly inscrutable, so appropriately I'm not posting any of my work for scrutiny here. Full marks to my angel for matching up such a large pattern so well.
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    I’m curious about the rest of the outfit...
    solid black slacks (trousers), sports jacket? Tweed?
    Corduroy? Black velvet? Dapper!!
    P.S. they’re beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    I’m curious about the rest of the outfit...
    solid black slacks (trousers), sports jacket? Tweed?
    Corduroy? Black velvet? Dapper!!
    P.S. they’re beautiful
    He usually wears them over light coloured smart slacks or sometimes with a suit.
    They are made with the same material back and front (unlike the 3 piece suit type, which have lining material backs) so they look good all round when worn without a jacket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post
    With my new orientally patterned waistcoat I shall appear truly inscrutable, so appropriately I'm not posting any of my work for scrutiny here. Full marks to my angel for matching up such a large pattern so well.
    Where are you parading that waitcoat, Rob ????????????
    which here's called a GILET, as VESTE is a jacket - yeah, yeah just mentioned it now we're wondering about languages.
    French isn't that far from Anglais, you know - or vice versa - lolol
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    Oh BAR, I can see them, yeah, it’s a finished look.
    And they stand alone, on their own, no need for
    a jacket...a vest with lining as the back needs cover
    because it’s incomplete...

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