Definite square fail--way too close in color to both the shirt and tie.
Edit: to be fair, I like the suit. I don't think it would work for me, but you are wearing it well. I just really don't like the PS
Edited by aravenel - 2/20/13 at 11:30am
Love the suit, bat wings and all. Like the PS. Don't like that knot with the cutaway / spread colar.
Pings: I love your suit. I think I like your PS. I'm pretty sure I don't like the tie, or at least not here - the PS picks out the spots and makes it too...frivolous? For the suit, I mean. Which is awesome, waistcoat buttons or not.
Derek: that's stylish, that is. The PS must be hard to use. But you used it.
Acrid: "A Guide To Wearing Blue Trousers" should have this pic on the cover.
Stitch: nice. Maybe one pattern too many, but it's kind of you...call it StitchStyle.
Orge: really, really nice. The serious non-industrial tie and the great PS totally get you past the security guard thing. Looking slim, sharp and put together. But those shoes (cordovan?) look just a teensy bit...scruffy?
Kapp: are these halves of two different people?! I like the top part. But my jeans and cardigans prejudice cannot permit approval.
Ian: burgundy tie, pink stripe and purple pochette is maybe one colour in the family too many. But I like the square, actually. It just can't fly with this tie because the tones are so different. Maybe this time I'd actually say lose the tie, and try something with either a less muted colour, or a different texture to take it away from the square. I love the lapels and shoulders, I really do.