or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III - Page 2693  

post #40381 of 78723

My curse, and my burden, is that my bathroom light turns all things blue and pink into white. On the plus side, I got a camera tripod. On the negative, I neglected to get a remote...focusing was a hassle...so no more such pictures one is purchased.

 

One side of the sweater is wonky. The pockets are aligned, so I have no idea (nor do I really care)

 

1000

 

 

1000

post #40382 of 78723

I like everything individually; they kind of clash together, though. 

This same outfit, sans the sweater, and as you said, a white square would be very cool, imo.

Quote:
Originally Posted by southernstyle View Post

Wish I just went with a white square but f$#k it.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #40383 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

What are your thoughts on higher rise pant's on the bigger dude (fat/short)?

 

A higher rise would help lengthen a shorter guy, as long as there is relative proportion to his physique. If said subject has a short torso, he might want to stay away from a high waist (but that is true of all folks with a short torso).

 

A high waist on an overweight man is a bit more tricky. I suppose it could work if attempted with a dark trouser and and full leg paired with a chunky shoe to anchor the body. It could also be a disaster if a light color trouser is worn which might draw attention to the lower abdomen area (isn't that called a fumpa?).

 

I think 12' is the perfect rise. High but not to high! Epaulet's trousers are a must : - )

 

Good luck!

post #40384 of 78723
I hope when I come back here tonight there is more talk of pant rise.
post #40385 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

I hope when I come back here tonight there is more talk of pant rise.


Do crotchless pants have a rise?

post #40386 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post


Do crotchless pants have a rise?
only when browsing SF.
post #40387 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post


why do I think that even if ed magically appeared and would disagree with you, like everybody else already, that you would still stubbornly hold on to your opinion?

it's a miracle that you are not buttoning the bottom button on your jackets because clearly, there is a button and a button hole, why wouldn't you button it then? it's so comfortable.

why dont you go eat some poisonous mushrooms or something.


also, see below.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Stitchy, think about it this way. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
What could a reasonable person want to adjust when it comes to trousers?
You can only really want the crotch low enough that it doesn't cramp your boys. Once you satisfy that condition, it gets harder to walk, not more comfortable. Now when you look at the Sartorialist or any non-Michael Alden photo from Pitti, you see that some guys even relax the no-moosenuckle condition. And like Sugarbutch said, dropcrotch is only for streetwear. But on classical stuff, difference in crotch room is measured in centimeters.
You could, however, want trousers that came a little further up your waist. If you wanted to wear a vest, for instance, and didn't want you waistband showing from underneath it. I'm with you - I prefer my pants to sit at one particular spot on my waist. For me - a low rise (i.e. a position right on my hips).
So crotch room is static but how far up your waist the pants come is variable. It's ambiguous from the measurements but that's how they does it.
Crotch room is determined by inseam length relative to the length of your legs. Rise is determined by outseam length relative to inseam length.

upon waking this morning, i have come to the realization, that i must have been high off my ass last night. no idea what i was going on about. i was making no sense at all. thanks for indulging my stupidity.
Quote:
Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

I hope when I come back here tonight there is more talk of pant rise.

inorite
post #40388 of 78723
derek, who made the SC?
post #40389 of 78723
TTO ought to post his vintage bespoke high-waist suit pants here
post #40390 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

The question is, what was I told? I am waiting for the penny to drop.

Solid green shirts probably don't have a reason to exist. But if they did, and if that shade were a little less... not appealing... (which it might be since you said the color was wonky in the photo), it would be an Easter or summer shirt. The sort of thing you wear with a blazer or cotton suit.

It doesn't go with a dark madder tie, even if the tie itself were less unattractive. And it doesn't go with tweed.

I love covert twill for trousers though.

See? That wasn't so hard, was it? biggrin.gif

It's not my favorite shirt, so I won't defend it too much. The categorical statement that it doesn't go with tweed does strike me as an overstatement, though.

I will not have the tie disparaged, sir. Handbags at dawn!
post #40391 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

derek, who made the SC?

local tailor in nashville. twas not made for me. scored at a thrift shop for like 10 bucks last year. WINRAR me.
post #40392 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

local tailor in nashville. twas not made for me. scored at a thrift shop for like 10 bucks last year. WINRAR me.

worship.gif
post #40393 of 78723
could not get a fit pic i was happy with, today, so this will have to suffice.

also, i think i have to let down my right jacket sleeve a tad, and the shirt is new and the sleeve a little long, need to fix that too.

i await "rise" comments





post #40394 of 78723
Quote:
Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

What are your thoughts on higher rise pant's on the bigger dude (fat/short)?

 

I think they look great and flattering, but most people would think they look even more old-mannish than the same pants on a thin dude.

 

What I really hate are high rise flat fronts on a bigger man, no matter how well cut! Front arse is not a good look...

post #40395 of 78723
Awesome stitchy! However, I think by letting the sunlight hit you directly in the front we might get a better representation about the fit, just my $0.02. Of course, I love the shoes, but I would like them even better with a bit more polish on the toes.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
This thread is locked  
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III