Its not that bad. The only thing wrong with it is excessive silk trim. The man is an entertainer. I could see a member of the rat pack wearing similar. There is one picture of sammy davis jr in a tuxedo much worse than that. Its sort of western style with satin pocket flaps.... in case you didnt notice she is wearing a pink wedding dress so it may not be the most traditional wedding.
Which color should I get on for an athletic, mid brown haired northern European to wear to work over a suit in New York? I am thinking camel, as every girl I see seems to have a beige coat.
I would keep it pretty simple... gloves, belt, socks, tie, wristwatch, wallet, scarf, you will need an umbrella and maybe swims if its raining...cellphone, pen, keys,
anything else is probably too much. Accessories fall into the less is more category.
Sorry to necro bump, but does anyone have any insight into the cut of O'Connell's Flannel trousers?
Here's a link: http://shop.oconnellsclothing.com/wool_flannel.php They come in three different rises which is nice.
Well either way backup is 2 piece Navy suit you already have so not too much risk. I personally would probably go with navy suit and satin tie, unless most guests were in suits or wife was in something very black tie appropriate.
A few days ago there was a fantastic espresso colored captoe oxford with swans neck stitching on what looked like the GG-06 last in this thread, but now I can't seem to find it. Would whoever posted those mind re-posting the picture along with details?
I have G&G for my most formal shoes. 2 chestnut or lighter Vass oxfords. CJ Suede oxfords (new and lingwood branded). One pair of AE that I wear in rains, and some Sanders suede shoes and boots for casual wear. Those, white jack purcells and black common projects are pretty much all I wear.
G&G are definitely my favorite. The $400 or so difference in price is fairly inconsequential over the life of the shoe and I smile every time I look at my feet.
I also have a pair of...