Looks to be a bit tight in the chest, but DAMN that's a good plaid.
Originally Posted by spoozy
Very nice suit. Great!
Thanks, Spoozy. I liked your more sedate look as well.
Originally Posted by incontro
Visiting my Tailor today...
And a SF approved 'Robo' shot...
Yeah, good stuff. Killer lapels.
Originally Posted by Phat Guido
[b][center][font="Century Gothic"][size="3"]Getting to warm for OTC socks..
You always look tight, PG. Another great effort.
Originally Posted by SpooPoker
Thanks Mike - And MAJOR difference in the non-iPhone shots. Looks great.
Thanks man. The only thing I don't like about the camera I am using is that it really adds weight. For some reason the iPhone does not. That is one of the reasons I stuck with it for so long. But, fuck it...I want better shots and shots that are more representative of the fit....looking fat or not.
A cool fall day here in LA. Shoes are Paraboot, pants are Barbera moleskins, shirt is Lands' End, the sweater vest and tie (navy blue cashmere and burgundy wool, respectively) have no labels, the jacket's an old Brooks Brothers and the hat is a Cuffley Cap.
Not a fan of the tie at all. The color isn't right. Either lose the tie or add more contrast.
Originally Posted by Cary Grant
Originally Posted by spitfirees20
I would ditch the tie. It doesn't work well with that outfit, and it looks like you're trying too hard. Even if you had a more casual tie, that tie knot isn't appropriate at all. Everything else looks good.
Still on the learning curve on how to dress appropriately and with style.
So, with something like what I posted (light blue merino wool v-neck sweat and white dress shirt), would a knit tie work better (more casual) and maybe something like a navy blue color? And do the knot in a 4-in-hand?