Cardigan, colourful PS and a tie with a not-so-conservative neat pattern (though I might be wrong on that last one)...
Luckily I work in an environment where there are no dress codes whatsoever (except perhaps actually wearing clothes) so my interpretation of CBD may be a little off . But it's nice to be able to wear what ever I want, I can always play the "eccentric professor" card if someone would object
Originally Posted by DerekS
is it bad that i prefer having my jacket opened at the bottom like that showing a bit of shirt and belt?
also, that video is fantastic. Really makes me wanna dig out my ancient madder ascot.
I think showing shirt/belt says more about the rise of your trousers than anything else
I would love to rock an ascot á la Michael Alden but I don't have that kind of moxie, eccentric professor or not......
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Yet another museum reception this evening, at the Met, for "Impressionism and Fashion", exploring the world of 19th century Parisian fashionistas, flaneurs, and boulevardiers. Doing my best to imitate said mode of dress, in a modern mode, today's attire.
Suit - BB MTM
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations
PS - Ashear
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC
Overcoat - BB
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Selentino
I think showing shirt/belt says more about the rise of your trousers than anything else ..
that is correctomundo. I have long legs. Ive never liked the way full rise pants look on me. I feel like im all leg with no torso. I know low rise isnt preferred by some, but its something ill always choose regardless of whats acceptable. I just feel more comforatable with the way i look. I dont wanna feel like these guys....