Suit, shirt, tie - BB
PS - Ashear
Cufflinks -DVVS, NYC
Shoes - J & M (Italian manufacture)
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I still love this tweed, but I also still think it doesn't work as a 2-piece and because of the length, I think it needs a tie rather than a cravat to help balance the whole thing. But that is just a personal view.
Just got home from work, this is what I went with today. Not as nice as many others I have seen on here, but it works for me. I'm a golfer so I have dozens of nice golf polos that I try and incorporate into my daily wardrobe.
Shirt: Nike Tiger Woods collection, dri-fit
Pants: Calvin Klein slim-fit
Shoes: Steve Madden oxfords
Hat: Christy's Crown wool fedora
Sorry, I would like to say something nice but this is awful. Golf clothes in general are a style vacuum and I'm afraid you aren't doing much to persuade me otherwise. The collars outide the sweater look terrible, everything looks cheap and the fedora is just totally out of context. I am certainly not trying to be rude and I am sure you're a great guy, but none of this works at all.
I'm still laughing at Vovan and effortlessgent... but in the meantime I will provide some comedy of my own in the form of today's fit.
deets: vintage 1960s Harris Tweed jacket, J-Crew blue micro-Gingham shirt (short collars, I know but it goes with the early 60s feel, and the sleeves are about 0.5" too long), and another very thick vintage 1960s French tie (made from Scottish wool). Vintage Skinger tie-bar and university pin. Worn with thick dark green cords - which are meant to just hint at picking up the green-turquoise stripe in the jacket - and C&J dark brown monks (again).Texture / colour deets (Click to show)
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