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Burgundy sport coat is peacock-y enough for me, hence the darker pants for subduing effect. Besides, I do not much care for light color pants except for Khakis and cream or white linen ones.
Old ones also say that.
Been a member for a while, but never drank the MC Kool-aid. I still dress the way I like -- classic style but with some flair.
First Kitonbrioni, now him. The plot thickens.
Very good craftsmanship -- but too flashy for my taste. What will you wear it with? Though not always in agreement with Alan Flusser, I do concur with his comment: "Cuff links with stones, even colored ones such as rubies, emeralds and sapphires, were traditionally frowned upon as day wear and usually reserved as black tie as part of a set of studs with matching links. In the light of day, such a display would still be considered somewhat ostentatious, although they...
Here's how I wear my burgundy/brick sport coatKiton sport coat. Dunhill shirt. Zegna tie. Leonard p.s.Not seen, charcoal Zanella flat front pants.Robert Talbott shirt. Charvet tie. Robert Talbott p.s. Luciano Barbera grayish brown pantsZegna ecru shirt. Zegna tie. Dunhill p.s. Brooks Brothers sage cords.BTW, the first photo shows the most accurate color of the sport coat.
Here ya go:Kiton suit. Attolini shirt. Charvet tie. Pavone p.s.
Partenopea has really gone down-market with their recent collections. No edge stitching so I don't think they are even hand finished. I would place them below Zegna and Corneliani. FWIW, their prices have also gone down. I would also place Cesare Attolini above Kiton which should be above Brioni. C. A.'s trousers are works of art --button flies with hand-made button holes; pattern matching at both inside and outside leg seams. With the recent purchase of Brioni by...
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