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No, no bluchers I agree.
Yay!!!
Clags, I actually prefer the ones you're holding to black but only because the grey pants are so light. A couple of shades darker and it would be black shoes for me.
I've moved heavily into black captoes or quarter brogues after years of browns. In Rome a couple of years ago 90pc of guys in suits and sport coats (only grey and navy allowed there apparently) were sporting black shoes. That and a lot of time on the italian industrialists website has influenced me I suppose. I was pretty boring before but I'm in a different world now - rarely wear anything outside of what you saw from Sean Connery in the early Bond films, except I swap...
Good again. What I set out would be my absolute minimum and in fact I have more, around seven suits and seven sport coats, mainly in greys and navies but also including the bone and navy three patch lightweight suits and a heavy cashmere dark brown sportcoat. Shirts are all pale blue or white or blue and white striped, about a dozen, mostly semi spread. I have four C&J Sydney loafers in black, dark brown calf, dark brown suede and tobacco suede and C&J suede Belgrave...
Sounds good. No need of suits?
I wanted to revive this excellent thread in order to conduct a little experiment - how few clothes can you get by on if you really put some thought into it. Let's assume that because there are few garments involved they are custom made or made to measure. Take summer. let's have two suits, a lightweight navy and a lightweight sand/bone. Give them both three patch pockets. You can wear the two suits (2 outfits) the navy jacket with the bone pants and the bone jacket...
This is just right in my view. Too many people too often feel the need for more and more colour. Swapping the grey trousers for tan or brown, the navy roll neck for something less conservative and the black shoes for walnut will take away all the simple elegance this outfit displays.Take a deep breath. Just because colours are out there doesn't mean they always need to be tossed together in a desperate bid for something more "distinctive."There is a pleasant quiet presence...
I'm thinking about changing my screen name in protest.Seriously, Craig made a fair start in Casino Royale but his subsequent fits have descended into farce. Can no-one tailor this guy a suit without a huge collar gap?? Can't be that hard with all the money they have.Again everything is too small and too tight, no drape or elegance...the boots look like he is about to go horse riding, while things like a shiny self-stripe suit and collar pin are just way too showy and...
You can keep posting but Sander has won.
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