Someotherstyle Nice. UprCrust Best fitting suit & nicest tie I've seen you wear - keep it up! Spoopoker I like this - restrained but interesting Acridsheep Good casual fit - I like the off whites dibadia Great accesory as others have stated DB looks a little big?
Hell, they feel like one. I wonder what Holdfast thinks
I think one can over-analyse these things online, which carries its own risks. Of course, the suggestion hypothesised may be true, and it's certainly plausible. But without actually talking it through, in context, it's difficult to draw meaningful conclusions and when it's around a potentially sensitive personal area, I prefer to avoid guessing.
Cheers, Doctor (see above). Don't you own a houndstooth suit also?
A couple, actually. One a medium-scale grey-on-grey, the other a smaller black/white. They're a nightmare to create outfits around, but I still like them.
Navy suit, and this combo would be great. Still good.
Originally Posted by SpooPoker
Looks like I woke my pocket square up too early
Originally Posted by acridsheep
Unbutton one more button on the shirt and this would be even better. Very nice. The white jeans work nice.
Originally Posted by dibadiba
Cutaway collars are so formal that everything else about the look has to match. Both jacket and trousers appear too loose/untailored to be cohesive with the sharpness of the shirt. No pic from me today; the weather was gloriously warm and sunny so I wore an appropriately spring-time outfit. Since tomorrow is meant to be cloudier, I think I'll save posting today's look for the Spring challenge tomorrow instead.
^ the light is for a lot. It is dark navy but not that much with natural light though.
Then you need to work on taking better photos, and I certainly don't mean that as any insult to you. My dislike of photographical tomfoolery for WAYWRN is not a secret here, but I firmly believe that bad photography shouldn't get in the way of a good outfit. It's not hard to get good photos. You just need a location with enough of the right kind of light and a place to prop your camera. I've found three or four spots at work and a couple at home that I use depending on time of day and whether there are others around.