This week's challenge is to show us an example of an individual detail that you feel came out just right and to give a brief explanation of what you like about it.
Don't worry if you don't love your whole fit. I'd rather have more people participate even if it means entering a picture that doesn't necessarily all come together as long as something about the picture really speaks to you. Also, you don't need to use a photo from this week; just try not to use one that you've entered into a previous challenge.
@Claghorn - Image Lighting
@jcmeyer - Trouser "shiver" break
@Gerry Nelson - The way the boxes lined up on the pocket square
@EFV - "How the bottle green socks create contrast while being rather subtle in this context"
@RoSaCe - Warm, multi-color coordination
@SeamasterLux - Gold buttons with embedded colors that match the tie
Lux's full fit (Click to show)
@Billax - Yellow and shoe/belt buckle coordination
Billax Details (Click to show)
@chocsosa - DB but no specified details, so your choice!
@pravda - "Perfect texture juxtaposition, the stripes in the shirt feel like braille"
@upr_crust - Coordination of tie and cufflinks
@bienluienapris - Cut, shoulders, and shape of his $50 respoke suit
@DiplomaticTies - Orange. ("coordination of socks, tie, cufflinks and ps in different orange hues")
Diplo Additional Shots (Click to show)
@Coxsackie - matching a cravat "not only with one's jacket, but also one's hair, and even with the landscape"
Extra Cox (Click to show)
Inspiration Pics (Click to show)
A white square that displayed at just the right angle and shape...
A square/tie pairing that hit all the right color notes...
The difference unbuttoning the top button of the cardigan made...
The teardrop shape the tie knot made...
Shoes that match the carpet...
The perfect walking trouser break capture...
Edited by jcmeyer - 7/23/16 at 9:35pm