Amazing deal...I just ordered 5 pair.
Get on it guys, limited supply
So it's no to Rolls Royce, Land Rover, Aston Martin, Bentley, Morgan?
^^ Cool amp BTW and nice guitar and guitar case!
The little amp I got is called a "G-10". I used it this weekend with my Epi Casino and it works great for what I'm using it for (brushing up on my guitar licks/chords etc).
Hey, I currently have the feature pic on PTO!
Thanks PTO and dieworkwear
Although, the answer is "No, it's a full suit....pant's were included in that listing." Paul Stuart suit, sold in less than 10 minutes. Still, I hope that write-up doesn't hurt business.
In other news, I had to pass on two J Press suits and a Hickey Freeman for Tripler suit because the previous owner apparently rode a stegosaurus with a sandpaper saddle to work everyday.
Did grab a Donegal tweed and about 6 or 7 surcingles (one Dooney & Bourke, one Columbia with fly fishing embroidery, and the rest Coach.
Barrel's suggestion is one way to go, and I've seen it done well but I'm no longer surprised by such bold choices. I do think red pants with black top and black/white heels would look classy and striking. I myself have a linen pinstripe orphan (the matching pants were made for a shapeless stick) that I wear in the summer, and I make it work by picking up the colors of the jacket with a mild but distinct contrast (so it doesn't look accidental, but also not jarring or strong juxtaposition) using a solid pant (usually white). In your case, following that method I would see black pants (imagine not denim, but could be) doing well with a white jacket using the black stripes to connect the two (though still bold, as you will inevitably be with such a garment). Then for the shirt, any dark or not-light color would work, preferably with some texture to soften the hard look. Then I would go with some solid heels in a saturated color with a hue in the red family (or maybe even a teal?).
I have a white cotton summer SC that I wear in the summer, but it doesn't have stripes. In that case, following that I said above about mild but distinct contrast, I will go for a tan (not stone) chino and a light-medium blue shirt with green/blue accents and a rich brown shoe / belt. That has worked very well, using the earth tones to anchor soft natural colors with the bold white jacket to accentuate.
Also, got a question... I have a Theory white blazer (actual blazer, not a sweater blazer) with black pinstripes.... What would be the best outfit for that? I have a pair of gray slacks. Would that be too much? I bought a pair of white and black heels to go with it. But would like some opinions, in case any of you awesome guys have a white blazer!
I think it's hard to pull off pinstripes blazers...My take on rocking those is to make it as casual and over the top as you can. I would rock it with some red pants or red leggings..