To wear or not to wear. Post pics here. Let's discuss.
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I want to say Angel Ramos
Men With Personal Style Series – Bill Charman
By Gus Walbolt, abitofcolor.tumblr.com
From a continuing series of interviews with men who have cultivated a unique personal style reflecting their lives and passions
From the study of Italian classic literature to smuggling vintage guitars to...
Men With Personal Style Series – Paul d’Orleans
This is the first in a series of interviews with men who have cultivated a unique personal style reflecting their lives and passions.
As a writer, artist and leading expert on vintage motorcycles (http://thevintagent.blogspot.com/ ) who rode in...
-a blue odd jacket. If you live in a two-season climate, then two, one for warmth and one for the cold
-mid gray flannel pants
-decent, non-chino khakis
-at least one funky (but tasteful!) non-blue tweed jacket
-a mid to dark gray worsted single-breasted suit
-a navy worsted single breasted...
There has been a lot of talk about the inappropriateness of casual shots in the WAYWRN thread. Yet, that is what many of us wear more often than our suit-and-tie ensembles. Most of you'd agree that posting in the SW&D sub-forum is not an option. I've tried to assemble most of the casual fits...
It is remarkable to me how many people come to SF to ask about pocket squares. The following is a good basic summery by Alan Flusser from his book Clothes and the Man.
A simple white handkerchief is all that is necessary to complete the business ensemble. It is also the least expensive way a...
My wife will be in London in late October for a few days. We will be doing general running around-museums some shopping, etc.
Any recommendations for a good value in a hotel? Is under $250 available for a double?
Also, any Style Forum approved (non- bespoke) places I should add to my...
Here is a nice overview on pocket squares. I for one, like either a sharp TV fold for a formal look or a loose puff with a few corners sticking out randomly when going casual. But, in the end, do whatever you like and have fun with it.