Nopes. It was an editorial shot for my last collection.
Here are the rest
AAS - that tie is an abomination.
I can understand space being limited for shoes - they take up a lot of room, but ties do not and bow ties even less. I just roll up my ties and place them neatly in a old shoe bag. It works fine. Never had a problem with wrinkles.
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Latest MTM, unstructured (besides shoulder padding) Holland & Sherry seersucker DB. Still not perfect but getting there. Unnoticeable in the pics (because I didn't want anyone to focus on that) is a very slightly long back balance, and more noticeable is the low gorge that the factory decided to do because I asked to lower the button stance; should have lowered the stance without lowering the gorge. Overall pretty happy with it though.
Oh, and I wish I could wear this jacket with the latest Rubinacci knit I had bought, but it was robbed along with my Real Teatro di San Carlo pocket square. Humanity sucks.
Hello gentlemen, first picture and first post for me here on SF.
Just to provide a short background about myself, I'm 23 and I'm from Italy (my family is from Biella, you might (should? ) know it for its wool), even though I'm quite a traveller (I'm studying in Paris, and I just came back from London where I spent last semester).
Anyway, being a student I don't wear suits too often (apart from summer internships), but yesterday I had an interview, so I decided to take a picture and join the community (which I've been reading for a few weeks).
Since the interview was for an entry-level position in an investment bank, I decided to wear something 'conservative' and avoid flashy colors and/or mixing too many patterns or colors, so the final output might look a bit "boring", bit I still quite like it.
(I realized the picture is quite dark and the suit looks kinda black, however it's just a 'dark charcoal')