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Caustic Man, that's not an Oxford Cloth Button Down. Also is 'OCBD spread collar' not an oxymoron?
You've done it now JK. Right now Noodles is throwing out this suit, and every other suit in his wardrobe which is guilty by association for sharing the same closet space as this one. There will now be another ten thousand hand-wringing posts on the Noodles thread while he agonises over refilling his wardrobe wth another eight identical navy blue suits and one grey one. Rinse and repeat.
Just a guess between climate and - when I was in Lilburn - my memory of ATL is vast trees everywhere!
@ Roy Al - I almost always admire your pics. The bright red trainers look out of place in being too casual with that first pic. In the second pic your trousers look suspiciously in dispute with your shoes. Either you've hiked them too high or you might consider adding an inch to the length to get them to hit the top of your shoes. @ Kulata - one of the most consistently good posters IMO, bold colors but always classy, and like chockie you are a big-chested fella who has...
Perhaps you're new here and not familiar with HM. If an article is not splattered with the maker's logo to announce conspicuous expenditure, then he's generally not interested. This is a man who confessed in here to going to the mall to buy some Louis Vuitton item (or something) early in the day so he could spend the rest of the day walking round with the Louis Vuitton bag making sure he was seen with it. All efforts to influence a pivot away from this kind of behavior...
Noodles, dip a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide, available at a pharmacy for less than a dollar. Rub it into the blood mark and it will disappear with no damage to your suit. Trust me.
Agreed CM. I like that inky blue blazer and it goes well with shirt and jeans. Shoes are too formal. Also, strangely your shoulders look about even but your right arm appears significantly longer than your left. This could be just the way you're standing, but if it's a natural trait it can be mitigated by lengthening the blazer sleeve.
There's a company called Charle Tyrwhitt. They do a variety of white shirts. You should check them out.
Are you really expecting these fellas to reply to comments about posts they made eight years ago?
Shave. Or grow a beard if you must. I can hold back no longer Clags. The outfit is up to your usual high standard but that ginger fungus is 'orrible! It's one of my pet peeves that somehow going about in this demi monde state has become acceptable in today's world. Maybe I'm just a grouchy old pest (probably) but with history in the military this would never be allowed, nor was it seen as acceptable by many / any of the classic menswear dudes we revere and often aspire...
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