It local bespoke (Moscow)
Fabrics - H&S
I think my style is like quantum physics sometimes. Super weird and incompatible with classical ideals.
The second time I am trying out this jacket in this thread. Feedback - positive or negative - is welcome as always.
Pants are navy needlecords, tie is dark grey wool.
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Me likey velly much, except maybe for the pocket square, which despite being beautifully arranged, seems to have no apparent link to any other element of the outfit - well, maybe there's a textural link.
If it had just been a bit darker, as in burgundy or maroon, I think it would have worked better. As it is, just too bright and distracting. But a minor quibble.
I thought your tramp stamp showed whenever you bent down to tie your shoe laces.
I don't even have feet.
Shameless pitch: the twit I quoted and I are writing stuff. Or trying to.
Some of the comments your pics inspired were, how do you say, less than helpful, I'll admit. But I suspect many of the posters feel they are being trolled; but on the off chance they weren't, they should have been a little more welcoming given that you are a new poster.
The pointed toes are bad. Those type of shoes age terribly. They also call to mind court jesters.
I dislike full windsors. But at least your collar fits them. And dimple your damn tie.
Collar. I like it. It may be too big for your neck, but big collars are great nonetheless.
That tie and vest. Well, it looks like you are part of a wedding party.
Most of the folks here recognize what you are trying to go for. It's just not working. There are several posters here who are unconventional in their outfits and are received just fine (with a bit of ribbing, naturally).
Oh believe you me, that wasn't heavy handed. Most of those folks went easy on you. Grow a thick skin, because you are going to get honest opinions. Funny thing is, just generally bad looks often get ignored. The REALLY bad ones get comments. I'm not trying to pile on, but we have unconventional dressers in here too. Think "Tirelleur1", "AnAcuteStyle", and I myself often dress against the grain (Although no one should look to me for inspiration because, as I have often said, I dress horribly). My point is, even if you were going for a "different" look, it still looked bad from a simple aesthetic standpoint.