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Here’s a link to the article on the GUARDIAN.CO.UK

“…was there with three young children, his bronzed features belonging to someone who works outside for a living. Did he not resent the reputed £500,000 cost of the occasion? “Not a bit of it,” he said. “This is the Queen’s parish and she does a lot for this country. I wouldnae begrudge her a penny.”‘

– Bless the Royal Family –

 

 

 

 

 

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Me, today. Paul Smith button down. Solid blue Brioni tie. Cashmere v-neck, RJB. Brown of Bond Street – Harris Tweed two button blazer. RL Purple Label paisley pochette.

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‘I lament the decline in craftsmanship’
2010

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Elegance.

 

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Classic lines. Simple designs. One trusted tailor. The Prince of Wales can be admired for keeping things VERY British. Like his father, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles likes plain pocket designs, sans flaps. Shirts with cutaway collars, thanks to Turnbull & Asser. The Prince has a panache for tweed, striped ties and solid coloured shirts. Don’t forget those highly polished, classically styled and aged John Lobb shoes.

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For over seventy years, this family has been producing the world’s finest socks.

Scott-Nichol is a traditional manufacturer of hand made socks for both; men, and ladies. All socks from Scott-Nichol come with a hand-linked toe making them virtually seamless and a joy to wear because of their superior comfort and fit. All socks are made in Leicestershire, England.

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Dandy diet

 
 

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