I can only second Timo's comment about light quality - not easy taking even half-decent pics without proper lighting.
Finally managed to find a well-fiiting pair of mid-grey flannels last week, trying them out for the first time today. Incotex, very good construction and looks to be of good quality, but oh man were they expensive . Oh well, they will be put throughs some heavy use - I seem to wear mid-grey flannels at least three days a week - so hopefully they will hold up well.
Day Two of jury duty. Insofar as yesterday's ensemble made me look like "safe juror pick" (in the opinion of RogerP, who is, I believe, a member of the legal profession), today's attire, I hope will simply look like "better dressed than the defense attorney, the prosecutor, or the judge". We shall see - as it was, the only people who saw my attire yesterday were the other jurors in the jury pool, and the jury room clerks.
Suit & shirt - BBGF
Tie - BB
Cufflinks - Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - New & Lingwood
I scratch my head at times when I visit SW&D but you shouldn't hate on what you don't understand.
SWD is not the kids section or the hipster section or anything like that. It is a totally different mode of dress, and the fit goals and objectives are completely different than they are here in MC.
It takes some time reading the thread to understand what is considered good and what is considered bad there, but I think that fit from MoK is absolutely fantastic. It looks completely perfect on him and all of the items look exactly how they should look optimally.
As Conrad said, if you don't understand it, just accept that, there's no need to belittle it.
It took me a little while of daily reading to understand, but once you do, it does make plenty of sense.