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post #3796 of 3928
Where are the sport shoes? Those are suede chukkas...
post #3797 of 3928
Both of you are blind: they are suede monkstraps!
post #3798 of 3928
They're black suede monk strap chukkas, actually. FWIW.
post #3799 of 3928
those are sport shoes indeed. Not a dressy 5 eyelet oxford or similar shoe suitable for a double cuff and very dressy outfit as Panico, the tailor who bought a house on Posilippo, the richest local area out of suits is wearing.

Try this out: put your finger over Panico's face, and it looks a youngster on Pitti's door or GQ . Now move your finger and will see his age doesn't matches his outfitand seems way off for a 70s man, play special attention to the skinny trousers.

I meant no nike sketcher using the sport word.

Black? How is that? On my phone looks blue suede.

I am Butler fan btw, he does great on the contrary.
Edited by SartodiNapoli - 3/22/14 at 7:39pm
post #3800 of 3928
Given that there's what looks like a page number at the bottom of the photo, I'm going to guess that @dieworkwear has the book/rake issue that's in, and so trust that it's black. Alternatively, if it's really that important, I can do a color sampling of the imagine in gimp to determine what the actual characteristics are, but that seems like overkill.
post #3801 of 3928
They could have been a different pair, but I've seen him in person with black suede monk strap chukkas, and they looked just like those.
post #3802 of 3928
I figured you'd seen something. Definitely would put my money behind that being the case.
post #3803 of 3928
I have met Panico in person, as reported in my Naples report a while back, and I can assure you he is a true elegant man, both on the his outside appearance, and more importantly his inside, with modes, language and flairs of gentlemen past. Before talking about him people should know what they are talking about.
post #3804 of 3928
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post

I have met Panico in person, as reported in my Naples report a while back, and I can assure you he is a true elegant man, both on the his outside appearance, and more importantly his inside, with modes, language and flairs of gentlemen past. Before talking about him people should know what they are talking about.

SartodiNapoli is such an envious troll. Who cares where Mr Panico bought a house, he obviously and undeniably is an elegant man.

post #3805 of 3928
Topic was his particular outfit with slim trousers and velvet shoes that are out of the elegance classic rules.

The rest is off topic and was not or can't be judged as manners etc.

The other, if envious troll is being with the tailor of the Pope and most of the best tailors this week and talk for a italofrench magazine in Rome, but i do not live to post out on forums.

Best wishes
post #3806 of 3928
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

They're black suede monk strap chukkas, actually. FWIW.

Thank you.
post #3807 of 3928
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Originally Posted by marcodalondra View Post

I have met Panico in person, as reported in my Naples report a while back, and I can assure you he is a true elegant man, both on the his outside appearance, and more importantly his inside, with modes, language and flairs of gentlemen past. Before talking about him people should know what they are talking about.

You're right. Panic is really a beautiful person inside and out. It has a noble soul who was able to convey to his clothes. There are few people like him.

post #3808 of 3928
Victor el wanted me to post this here:






NSM corduroy suit, Liverano shirt, Drakes tie and Saint Crispin's suede brogues
post #3809 of 3928

Did you request a shorter jacket length?  It looks like you could use another inch or 1.5" to balance the top and cover the hind.

 

Looking very good either way!!

post #3810 of 3928
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Did you request a shorter jacket length?  It looks like you could use another inch or 1.5" to balance the top and cover the hind.

Looking very good either way!!

Thanks! No I didn't ask for it to be shorter actually, but came out that way. I think for a casual corduroy suit it looks ok though.
Edited by gusvs - 4/2/14 at 10:48pm
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