I'd be interested in seeing some options on this too.
I use a backpack at work, both for work stuff and for carrying gym stuff around. I am not sure, from a practical standpoint, that anything other than a backpack could...
The union tag on this cashmere overcoat dates in between 1949 and 1962. I suspect it's spent a lot of it's life in a closet somewhere. I particularly wanted to post regarding the pick stitching. It's gorgeous, and throughout the...
A quick interwebs search seems to indicate that Maurice L Rothchilds (of Chicago) went out of business circa 1970. And was a pretty hot spot in the 1900-1940's.
Nontheless, this is a beautiful overcoat - 3 roll 2 esque design,...
Originally Posted by Murlsquirl
White collar is standard semi spread. Gingham is NOBDII.
Trousers are Dugdale "beige green" worsted.
Wow the color on those trousers looks nothing like the pic on the luxire site.
Originally Posted by catside
No and yes. For a beginner feel free to consider any stripe an orphan, and any pattern, and solid navy or black as an SC. After a while you will know the difference but for now this...
Originally Posted by MJMcRibb
The majority of today's haul probably doesn't appeal to most in here, but I was taking pictures anyway, so I figured why not.
J. Sully suede. Don't know the brand but I'm...
I'm not saying I do it well or right, but I do this on occasion.
2 things I quickly learned are no tie (the tie, to me, brings the upper body to a level of formality that is not congruent with the denim) and not baggy...