Hey, it's too rich for my blood. Here's what Kent sent me for aprox 40R. In metres, assuming 150 cm (5 ft) width Jacket Trouser Suit Plain fabrics 1.9 1.65 3.25 Stripe fabrics 2.05 1.7 3.4 Check fabrics 2.15 1.8 3.6
@jfrater I hate to tell you, but the spotty squares ones are a mistake IMO Go for big pics- Yu want them to contrast with your ties, not compete with them.
Since you're in a spending mood, check out Rubinacci's PSs
uh huh- I was going to say the same thing... but was referring to flat-ended silk knits, not grenadines, which work formallly. I agree with the second bold. U mean dark grey? I don't think it's funereal
IMO the trick is to go for as little lining as possible in the heat. Fresco's coolness depends on air flow, and lining is obstructive. I'm not a particularly hairy guy and don't find it scratchy once it's worn in. In fact, I find it comfortable. For a hot weather suit in Fresco I'd also give some thought to wearing both sleeves and cuffs on the shorter side. A bit more sleeve/sock exposed - I'm talking at most 2 cm here - helps with air circulation and is fine...
Knit ties are more casual and rustic than ordinary ties, and though Bond wore his with formal city suits they’re more appropriate with tweed and the like. I wear silk knits with suits too. With a navy suit I'd go with a different color than black- not enough contrast. Just terrific, as always. So it's true! AAS is your stylist? [[SPOILER]]
there's Russian calf and the Russian calf from the sunken Danish brigantine, the Metta Catherina. The former is a hatch grain style that's been around for decades, long before the rediscovery of the brig. They're both legit.