You've really been "toning it down" lately spoozy. Still got your style though.
Originally Posted by acecow
Yup. This is really nice. I wish you had a full body shot. I'm thinking this is the case when pinstriped trousers work quite well. I would be even more convinced if you provided a better photo.
Sorry, no full body shots to supply and no better quality obtainable. Hope you still got the notion...
Originally Posted by Vaux_le_Vicomte
... a unusual Spoozy
You wonÂ´t be saying that six months from now, hopefully
Originally Posted by BlackBrumel
Make way for Spoozy 2011 (among highs and lows)!
Well, still straying wide left and right, but i feel my way got narrower a bit
Originally Posted by upr_crust
Spoozy - thanks for the compliment, and the suggestion for multiquote (That Other Website either doesn't have said feature, or it doesn't work, hence my stupidity in not using it sooner). I have tried not to act the technological Neanderthal, and have practiced using it in the very posting!
Your combo today was cool - a bit restrained for you, but definitely you.
And thx for the praise...seems as if SF groupthink has had its impact on me...
Originally Posted by UrbanComposition
Would love to see a head-to-toe shot to see how it all meshes.
Comes with todayÂ´s shots.
Originally Posted by DaBatMan
Very Nice Spoozy.
Originally Posted by SpooPoker
This is it for me for a bit... I'll be back with fits in a couple of weeks after holiday, but I'll be watching..
Play nice in the sandbox while I'm away lol
Originally Posted by flix
Picked another suit. Hope this one fits better.
Shoes are still the same ... Maybe I will buy some new this week.
Please tell me what you like or not.
Critics have been rightfully uttered all along the way. Well done on the shirt collar and the tie job!
Originally Posted by niidawg3
More of the same ...
No cuffs ... i hope you puke JP ...
more pics on the dark side ...
Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
This oozes power!
And what does this ooze? A step back on the sartorial stairway to heaven? Or does it get SF-approved?
Cary Grant Those shoes are ... um... interesting. They remind me how nice the Cleverley pair is. The shots otherwise don't really let us see much. The pants look a beautiful colour and fabric, and fairly tapered: I don't recall whether tapered is a change for you?
Please pass on my regards to Wooster http://s58.radikal.ru/i162/0909/0a/9af22fa5ea6b.jpg (as you're new, I assure you this is not meant in a mean spirit!) Your first combination - the colours and patterns of the shirt/suit/tie/pocket square - was nice. You've worn this suit for your two posts in WAYWRN. Do you have another suit - what colour/pattern? As suggested, the shoes may be worth reconsidering (although I know people who have worn Lloyd's for many years - a bit stiff, but very decent, I think they say. Perhaps as with Church's, not quite as bad as some say).
MBreininhttp://www.styleforum.net/showthread...0731&page=1035 I would have gone for a bolder tie (deep greens or reds?) or a white silk PS; the length looks fine. It fits you well, and a chunky tie is great with it. Not so keen on the contrast stitching in the lapel buttonhole, or is it just the flash? In terms of balance, you could probably get away with Â½ inch off the length if you really wanted (not saying you should, but that technically it isn't difficult and shouldn't affect the shape too much, just a bit more open perhaps(?)).
Someotherstyle You love those ties. Do you think we'll see you in a strongly patterned jacket/suit some day? http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=30822 The close-up shot: solid-ish (non-brown) tie with that much else going on - you could always try to make the tie textured/chunky I suppose, if you wanted more variety.
Le.gentleman Not sure about the epaulettes, but the shape and colours are great.
NDW The grey herringbone is beautiful. I must think about a light-coloured overcoat - for snowy days, rather than muddy days .
Jan Your point about the buttons is correct. Yes, it's a bit try-hard. Yes, it looks as if buttons are missing. And yes, the explanation can leave people shaking their head. It is a divisive point on SF.