^ 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.
You get a pass on the felt flower...since you were the original!
That tie makes me rethink my aversion to paisley.
- maybe not the original but definitely early on the curve & a victim of the resulting Tsunami
Originally Posted by Fred H.
I may be a lone naysayer here...
But the whole rig is a little too monochromatic for my taste. (To each guido his own, clearly.) And, I'm coming to believe that leaving the Bs in BDs UBD looked swell the first 100 times we saw it, but not so much anymore.
- I hear you, but it's just how I have rolled for the last few years now. Less is more rather than "pattern car wrecks" to detract from actual fit & balance.
Originally Posted by ndw
I cant hate on the flower. Looks a little tight at the waist.
finamore shirt hermes tie new&lingwood jacket and pants (yes, I know the could use a pressing) koronya shoes
A lot less break on the trousers, too, to show off those shoes. Dunhill cashmere sportcoat Kent Wang herringbone pink shirt Kent Wang white linen pocket square Kent Wang enamel guilloche cuff links (coming soon) Thick As Thieves trousers First time wearing a lapel flower (it's a real one). Does it look alright? I've recently been buying flowers for the house regularly, so now I have a regular supply of lapel flowers.