I hate tux.
Why? I have hard enough time figuring out how to dress well in suits.
Tux is just another challenge that I am not ready to tackle yet.
Love this suit! The shoes add a lot, a good suit deserves good shoes
One might cite a "rule" which this goes against, I suppose. Nevertheless it has a logic, and to my eye this works in the same way one of your previous fits worked, one which some people (not I) thought a bit too matchy: from the top down the beard, tie, and shoes all seem to belong to the same family. There's a pattern to it, and it contrasts with the suit.
In a word, this works for me because it looks *purposeful*, not accidental. But it's not the kind of thing concerning which one can expect unanimous agreement.
( I do agree it's a lovely suit, by the way).
Your suit has the same magical colour-changing property as Clags' blue jacket; it looks SO much nicer in the close-up than the full-length shot. The blue is really nice here (and I'm guessing this is the true-to-life colour).
We actually had something approximating sunlight today!
Thanks gentlemen for yesterday's thumbs.
Today being Saturday and a little more casual, I opted for a softer shirt - probably not designed for wearing with a tie, so the collar sits a little oddly.
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Stripes are very business/city. The shoes he was wearing (can't remember if they were captoe or wingtip) were very country because of the heavy brogueing and color.
Evening fellas, (or morning, afternoon, or whatever time of day strikes you as appropriate)
Deciding to shake things up a bit with a trusty burgundy bow tie.
The rest of the ensemble is made up of the usual culprits
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