It's a Zegna for Dunhill Wool / Cashmere mix birdseye.
Originally Posted by dieselman89
Great shoes, what are they?
Those are EG for RL ("Grant")
Thanks, I need another pair of dress shoes.
I typically buy AE because you can get them at good prices when seconds go on sale. I have park avenues, strands, and van ness. I have been looking at a "monks-strap" similar to these for a while, which of these three do you think is best suited for suits? I threw in the lombard because I like lace-ups...I will be purchasing the shoe in black.
I like them too, but I see what he is saying. cufflinks/jeans just seems off to me too.
+1. Also cufflinks with casual leather jacket. (or lizardskin - appointed denim jacket as part of a Canadian tuxedo)!
The whole 'cufflinks witha sportcoat / blazer / open neck thing has been done before on here without a consensus IIRC, but mixing such disparate levels of formality as in Victor's pic just doesn't work for me.
I don't usually post here because it isa bit out of my league, and I seldom have call for a tie.
Kiton light wool coat (probably the last time this season)
Hermes MTM shirt
Ferragamo driving moccasins.
If you skip the pics, and just list the incredible brands you wear, you will inherit the mantle of the legendary KitonBrioni.
Lufty - this is one of your best fitting jackets. And its being thrown off by the baggy pants. I think it usually works if you go baggy on baggy ala o/o or fitted on fitted ala almost everyone else ... lol.
Originally Posted by Manton
lufty, jfc, please don't do that again.
spoo, I think your brown coat would look better with lighter pants, more of a mid gray,
TTO, while every piece is good in itself, I think the shirt and tie patterns don't work together.
i agree with this - first thing that jumped out at me. the shirt is nice and so is the tie. both with the p/s don't jive.
Originally Posted by ianGP
in a bit of a rush today but managed to snap a few:
the buttoning points are too low. its causes some problems with the midsection of your body. unfortunately, i dont know if it is something a tailor can remedy.