LOL. That's some serious StyFo groupthink, Stitchy. Think of it as the equivalent of wearing a red flower in the lapel. Classic. Timeless. (@Tirailleur1)
No groupthink, I just dont that that square in that fit, babi.
Next on, SF after dark.
Very nice as always. I do have one minor nitpick: the jacket looks somehow a little bit too fitted and also short. I've noticed this with a few of your jackets. You appear to have a "built" physique and having such a well-fitted jacket accentuates this. Actually in the above photo you look uncomfortable - as if your body language is saying "I'm dying to take this damn thing off".
I suspect you may benefit from a slightly looser-fitting and also longer cut for future acquisitions. Just my 2¢ worth.
Is that a hackett sc?
Glad that so many of you liked my picture at the pre-Valentine event. Since today is the day before Valentine's Day, I thought that this might also be a seasonally appropriate place to sit.
It was nearly 90F here today (which is not seasonally appropriate) so I am wearing a Brooks Brothers (Italian era, three button, darted, twin vents, and pleated trousers) cotton mini-houndstooth suit, PPBD ecru shirt, and tie, Gold Toe socks, and Allen-Edmonds shoes........
^ Yes well it is a frustrating business, isn't it, this "dialling in the fit" thing. I struggle with it too.
BTW the spoilered outfit above is very nice. Not sure if that jacket is longer, but it looks longer and I like the balance. The tiny bit of pulling at the button is something I'm sure you could see on Vox too if he weren't such a perfectionist about the images he used to post.
lawlz no. I mean, the fit's as good as it gets with a 4+ decades old jacket and a red PS
outta da park, again, as u guys say
Holy Tom o' Finland. noice
that's pretty classic Cleav. I also have a (beige) tweed with a fine black and thicker red overcheck, from Gieves and Hawkes. Different, but not by much. Is this a 'thing' in the English tradition?