The windowpane worsted has always featured low along the rank and file, while its standing with the well-starched set has never been higher...for the initiated, the pattern's individuality and popular neglect are two of its main attractions, the third being its salutary effect on the male figure. Â Longer in length than width, its upright rectangular formation subtly elongates, unlike the stripe, which works its magic in more conspicuous ways. Â Another plus is its facility for harmoniously combining with a second or third pattern
Guys, Is it me (and I admit to a great deal of professional envy beforehand), or does Flusser need a writing coach? I think what he's actually trying to say is: Gentleman who are new to the practice of dressing well tend to avoid windowpane-patterned suits. However, men with more sartorial experience add these suits readily to their wardrobe. Windowpanes are a great way to make you look taller inconspicuously, and are easy to match with other patterns. BTW, I finally figured out the quote function. Yay for me, and watch out for me now in ideological debates. Oh yeah, the windowpane is a bit large and conspicuous for me, particularly in my present porcine condition, but I have a vested Valentino in a smaller navy with french blue combination...Fabric isn't as nice though. $140.00 was a good price for this coat.