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'worth' is pretty hard to assess in the luxury goods market but it seems to be a well made movement https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/hands-on-with-the-tissot-powermatic-80-chronometer-live-pics if you like the look of it (and think he will) then i would say it's worth it.
i think it looks good on him (also not a huge fan of the moc toe though) HL/CDG/C&J
im not an expert but i belong to some 'high end' watch forums and hamilton and tissot (esp the visodate) model both seem to be appreciated there. you could also look at longines. in your price bracket the junghans max bill is probably what i'd go for. but it depends what your bf likes...
agree with the guy above, there's nothing wrong with tissot, definitely one of the better options at that price point. way better than armani/michael kors. hamilton also have some nice watches for a very reasonable price.
@jet acne ryder are quite nice, TTS will be slim if you're muscular, size up one for slouchy cdg type fit (drawstring waist). https://www.ssense.com/en-gb/men/product/acne-studios/green-ryder-trousers/1627873?forced_user_country=GB&gclid=Cj0KEQjwqMHABRDVl6_hqKGDyNIBEiQAN-O9hBTtxULtPsIzL0-c_zf1J2VPl0xe5iKz2OBX7lzu86EaAmja8P8HAQ haven't tried these but schneider 'frame' might also work, they look a bit skinny in the images i've seen, i might try to size...
wouldn't the cuff zippers be a problem?
coat weather is the best weather. i pity that fool regis with his beachside mojitos
sorry for image quality, hopefully you get the idea. coat is blue trous black. cos/barena/ cdg/ raf
if you're willing to pay gucci prices might as well go all-out baller and get em made by ritchie charlton at hayward (he did the bobby gillespie outfit parker posted) - Q&A he did around the project here: http://showstudio.com/project/les_smokings/hayward as an aside, people on fashun forums never refer nick knight's showstudio project, but there is some decent content on there. surprised it's not mentioned a bit more
i had a quick look, what i saw was meh. chesterfield tries to be drapey but material is thin and cheap. best thing was the work jacket which seemed quite nice if you like that kind of thing... substantial cotton canvas. some of the knits seemed ok, but i didnt try
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