I will take the liberty of naming a few:
Lyle and Scott
Lacoste (except from the original Rene Lacoste tennis shoe)
All Italian high-end fashion brands
Audi (especially with small engines)
Brooks Brothers (where I live its priced beyond belief, eg. $200 for a OCBD)
Originally Posted by apropos
Interesting, but there are some really plain wrong comments there by folks who you expect really should know better -
Really, men are not into trends? So WTF are all those Barbour wearing kids (and grownups)? And what about chambray, which is everywhere? Or buffalo plaid? Or waxed cotton anything? Or too-short hems? Or slim-cut anything?
And no one seems to...
Originally Posted by KtownGreg
Mix & Match Wednesday, yes the knot needs work.
Jcrew, HY, BB, JLC, Aldens, moleskine
This is IMO a very nice casual outfit. It also looks comfortable. Three thumbs up.
Originally Posted by oldog/oldtrix
Sir, you are, hands down, the overall best dresser here.
Originally Posted by Alter
Some pics if anyone is interested of a zippered tote bag, a small field bag and a dopp kit:
With regards to the small field bag, hoe much does it hold? it seems extremely small. Can you post a picture of how it looks on?
Originally Posted by yfyf
Thank you. I'm generally a fan of Porter briefcases. Their aesthetic is something that takes a little while to "get" but it really grows on you. That briefcase is new, I bought it for a colleague of mine at the store, I use a different one. I've had a few Porters over the years, always sturdy, understated (if a little offbeat) and functional.
I have been lurking for a Boston Bag and have decided to...
Originally Posted by gdl203
Although contrarian to the general feedback, in my opinion these shoes are extremely vulgar. I have no idea what would drive anyone, maybe apart from a circus director, to buy these shoes.