Slightly better photos today. Subject rumpled and in motion.
This is a very nice example of a proper jacket for wearing with chinos, or similar pant. I've seen a lot of pics of formal blazers worn with chinos lately and it just doesn't look right to my eye. This fit however, is how it's done properly.
this is excellent. i think you made a really huge improvement in your last few fits. really getting the color, texture, pattern combinations down a lot better than earlier. keep on rocking.
Originally Posted by Henry Carter
Here's a tip for using iphones for photos (and smartphones in general), you need to use natural light to get good photos, so try find a window if indoors or go outside, and they tend to over expose everything, so I always bump the exposure down to -0.5 to -1.5 depending on the brightness. I use a galaxy for all my WAYWRN photos and they really do a great job if you can get the settings right.
this x infinity. natural light is pretty much always the nest, but with a phone camera it is pretty much a necessity. and even with natural light i have to some color adjustments in PB to get mine as close to real life as possible.
CousinDonuts has a 38L, which I am. It looks alright but they didn't move the button point. The quarters look like drapes to me.
I'm 6'2", the guy who posted is 6'5", and we were both wearing a suitsupply suit, and I think it looks damn good on us. Don't knock it before you try it, just because you've seen one picture where it looks bad.
90% of my pictures feature a suitsupply suit or jacket. Mostly wear R, but sometimes L. There's very little difference between the two. There are comparison pictures of R and L in the suitsupply thread. How tall are you?
The weather is overcast, but relatively cool here in NYC, and Brooks Brothers finally came through with a couple more of my MTM shirts, so, in the spirit of "one must play with one's new toys immediately upon receipt", here's today's attire.
Suit - BB Fitzgerald
Shirt - BB MTM
Tie - Hermes
Cufflinks - Deakin & Francis, via De Natale, NYC
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand