this in different fabric, i win
Edited by thatoneguy - 2/17/13 at 9:32am
some Margiela suits have wider than typical shoulders, just for visual effect. I personally prefer shoulders to fit closer to my natural shoulder, but it's neither wrong nor right, just a certain look. I think you should try the jacket unbuttoned. pants are fine imo, and it's in the spirit of the designer to stack 'em a bit if you want. btw, I like that combo of boots and suit.
maybe throw jacket over your shoulders, grab some champagne and stand in front of a police line-up
I've been trying to incorporate blazers but it's a new thing for me so I need some help
First one - Does this fit / can I wear it with jeans? The only way I can really picture it is with pressed white trousers with a lot of extra length. Can I wear it with anything that's not all white? I sorta love it but it's hard to style and it fits bigger than other MMM blazers I've tried so I'm not even sure it's the right size.
And this one, also MMM ($100 on ebay) - it fits a lot slimmer, and I'm a lot more confident in being able to pull this one off, but is it too formal to wear with jeans? It's double-vented. It badly needs a press which is why the lapels and back are all fucked up. If I can't wear it with jeans, can I do stacked trousers + t-shirt?
Excuse the unintentional benesyed pose.