Fuji, that's the first fit I've liked from you. I think you have a tendency to be a bit too... label based... where you think that just having an expensive item/s means it will look good on its own. Consequently, you've had some very boring and tiresome looks. But this is very clean. I think the scarf pulls it together nicely.
nathan was nice enough to break out the lights & camera last night at farinelli's ... hanging out for a minute w him, albert, mauro
hat -eugenia kim
tshirt -lucky brand
leggings -bebe (first and only time i've ever walked into a bebe store, so gross but those leggings were calling my name... i think they're hysterically awesome)
heels -ysl (my fav)
Copy-post from Men's Clothing, cos never quite sure which thread jeans/tie fits in...
A little bit Bullitt today (sans polo neck). New (used) chukkas, which are fast becoming my favourites
Aeglus - Some good advice in your post. I only wear wool ties (or maybe a 60s tie) with jeans, and both have to be slim / skinny. Easy to get shirts taken in, and it makes a huge improvement as long as the shoulders aren't too big, and the sleeves not too loose. You are spot on about dark shirts - strictly for casual patterns. Dark dress shirts look shite, and double shite with a tie.