Parker the Napoleon jacket looks great on you. Can it be unbuttoned and the lapels buttoned on the opposite sides? I saw a look on the runway with the silk iteration of the blazer and it looked like the model had it buttoned across in the middle. The look is good, and the hat goes very well with it. Would really like to see it with your cover pants as well.
Davidlee the size 3 of that jacket looks very nice on you I think and it works well in both fits that you posted. Would be great it you could find the pants, I will definitely keep an eye out for them and let you know if I spot em (in a 3 or a 2)
Here's me this morning. Finally made out time to go get a shave .
Slightly better lighting (Click to show)
Wearing SS12 stand collar jacket (be prepared to see this a lot as it's the only jacket I traveled with hehe), AW11 shirt - this is made from a very nice cotton that feels quite fluffy to the touch. Another thing I like about it is that it really has that old but new feel in that, because the cotton is particularly soft it already feels like it has been through the washing process quite a few times. The top button is asymmetrical and when left undone has a way of hanging that I like. Pants are the same cropped ones i picked up not long ago from this SS12 collection. After really looking at the runway, I don't think they were shown on it. I initially thought it was a variation of one pair of pants shown, but now that I really look at them and the product code, I have reached the conclusion that they aren't. The pockets have this really unexpected, but cool off-white lining that I love seeing whenever I put my hand in them and I am wearing a black shirt or jacket for it to contrast against. I have also enjoyed wearing them with black socks as I like the continuous line of color. Shoes are Ann D creeper derbies from SS11. One of my favorite pairs of shoes.
I also thought I would share this as it has saved me a whole world of trouble when it comes to packing, especially since Yohji's pants tend to be quite voluminous -
Bundle Packing Illustrated (Click to show)