Moo: I really like the color on the jacket, nice find. Butler: Very classy. I especially like the moleskin trousers. I have a pair myself that I haven't worn in ages - thanks for the inspiration. Wiker: You dress better than I did when I was in school. SoS: the herringbone jacket, is it cotton? Looks luxuriously soft. Spoo: personally I can't see anything amiss. Love that SC, as always. Nii: Nice colors! Glad it's finally layering time. Banis: Sweet stripe on that suit. Bold, but still relatively discreet. Clarinetplayer: Thank you for not tying your bowtie too tight Well done. MBreinin: Tie deets plz? olddog: Classic. First time I've seen a chambray shirt pinned like that, but it looks great. Herringbone tweed coat SMP: Everything looks well put together, but I'd get another pair of shoes. Captoes, perhaps.
Thanks UC. It is super nice and comfy. It is chenille, which is usually made of a cotton. It's actually made in the same fashion as a velvet fabric, but instead of using a standard loom, it uses a sweater loom and actually knits the fabric together. Quite comfy and a great fall fabric if you're interested.
Same old story -- trying to improve my style. Critiques welcomed!
i think your pants could be a little fuller (especially from the knees down) and a little longer. Maybe it is because of your hands in your pocket, but as it is now they do not seem proportional to the jacket. As others have said, introducing another color (either through a tie, scarf or p/s) will pull everything together.
Originally Posted by UrbanComposition
Nii: Nice colors! Glad it's finally layering time.
Originally Posted by MrChris
niidawg3 - I like the combination of modest patterns and colors. The tie is a winner!
thanks holmes ... was an early morning, so creativity was lacking ... lol.
Originally Posted by mossrockss
Had fun in Spain & Portugal.
Sure looks like you did!! Welcome back.
Originally Posted by Holdfast
The splash of the green scarf is a nice touch.
thanks HF ... and your light grey houndstooth (?) suit is really nice ... F circle jerk.