Funny, you don't look mooish.
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The new "Díaz pose"? Looking good amigo.
Great! Bad thing is that this is a reminder of how bad I want a 3-piece suit.
By the way, I just took a look at their website and found that they self-publish (it seems) an interesting little magazine: http://www.bespoken.com
funny that Scabal has a tailoring operation employing over 300 people in the very city I was born in and I only yet find out about this.
judging by how most people dress one wouldn't assume that they had a single tailor in this province. but I haven't been there in quite some time.
Often the way, sadly.
Hectic in terms of patterns, but because the colours are very restricted in range, I think it works together. Well, I like it anyway. :)
Stingray shoes are an acquired taste; I haven't acquired it, but they work well within the overall look.
The loose, stacked chinos are an interesting visual counterpoint to the slim, short ones more frequently seen round here. I think this style works well within the overall casual look & with what we can tell of your build. The trick, I suppose, is keeping the bulkiness within certain "neat" limits and I think this works here, visually.
It really is. I still lol'ed though. That probably says more about my nerdiness than the joke. :p
I always feel something is slightly off when I wear non-black shoes with navy suits, but my conscience tells me it's only a venial rather than mortal sin, especially when everything else about the look apart from the suit points to a non-black palette. Still, it's rarely my favourite option...
I'm not a fan of that hanky. It's not so much the colours (though the blue isn't quite right), but the relative amount of blue vs the orange. If the ratio was flipped round (ie earthy background with blue accents), I think I'd prefer it. Not sure; one to lay out a few combinations for, I think. A soft ecru would also work quite nicely, perhaps. I like the rest of the outfit a lot.