who, did you perhaps think to wear a white shirt underneath ? i do sometimes under a uniqlo wool crewneck the sneaky contrast collar up top would be kinda cool with the white sneakers.
or maybe a tee poking out from underneath. just a little naughty white thing somewhere ![/SIZE]
Did that the other day, and it looked good (though I wouldn't exactly say naughty).
In all seriousness the CPs just looked at worst inoffensive from my perspective. (If it has anything to do with the "blinding white" aspect, I'll pull an istasi and maintain that they really are not as brilliantly white as they are in the photo.) Boots make complete sense to me of course. If I had a pair of black or dark grey sidezips, I'd definitely wear them with this fit.
@Moo: I feel violated by your post, but I will point out that CPs are leather (and so is my ToJ-hat).
who, shoes are indeed not working. in fact the colour palette does not blend well IMO. changing out for non white, dark sneaks would improve. in this case the colour changes are too abrupt. I'm rarely a fan of lighter tops with black jeans. could just be lighting and the grey be darker than it seems
Myron Glaser of Glaser Designs uses it on his leather goods. Try it out on a small area and see what you think.
Why do you need to condition your jacket? It should, hopefully, have enough tannins/oils/deliciousness locked within it to keep it from drying out, etc.
I'm trying to figure out ways to get this out or at least conceal it a bit. I got my entire arm covered in a water based paint and managed to get most of it out, but this spot remains.
seems like a silly thing to troll about...I'm looking on my phone so maybe its not as inoffensively offensive, but even only an outfit of just all shades can be combined poorly. I see the same unaware "colour" combinations in most of Benesyed fits.
I would recommend shooting an e-mail with that photo, a description of the type of leather, etc. to John Chapman of Goodwear Leather. If anyone can give you some good advice about what you could do (if anything), it would be him.