Thanks. But gosh no, that's not an espresso I poured myself. It was at a Seattle cafe when I was visting a friend.
Ah, yes. I've missed the unhesitating condescension and pontification on this thread.
I guess these guys look silly too?
I have around a dozen odd jackets. I have multiple 'single good jacket's. I don't like solid odd jackets because so many of my pants are solid. So I have windowpane, plaid, and yes, subtle tonal stripes, too. You can only see those from a few inches away. Farther than that it looks like a solid jacket.
That said, I do appreciate your attempt to be specific and helpful. Unfortunately I just think you're wrong with most of your comments.
Very very fair. One of those pairs is definitely too tapered for my taste, just been procrastinating putting it up for sale. The others are really just because of the angle of the picture, I think.
It's light brown dude. It's not really yellowish. Coloring is washed out photos.
finally. I've been waiting for someone to mention the great stripes v checks debate of '48.
May I point out that the above is a depiction of morning dress, which has no correspondence to your fits? The kind of pattern matching permitted in the context of morning dress is strictly defined, and limited to the confines of that particular dress code. Fortunately or unfortunately, it does not extend to casual/informal looks.
You're calling me a dog? Hey, Vox, can I get some protection? And can you give him a warning, too?
Don't take it personally, Sugar - Darlene's just cranky after having discovered that someone has, for the second time, stolen her matching set of Smurf garden gnomes - and they were the last set that they had at Wal-Mart. It was probably those two juvenile delinquents over from the other side of the trailer park, the ones with trashy alcoholic tramp of a mother.