Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.
I'm usually a fan, but that is a terrible tie choice. Nice suit though.
Sig. Agnelli is jelly of your Formosa suit:
Agreed, wear knit tie AYOO.
Do any of you guys have the Paprika colored scarf by Begg? Was wondering about the color. Read or more orange?
More orange for sure
join team orange scarf.
I was hoping it was more orange. Thanks for your responses. And, yes it is on the purchase list!
And that is good to know! I love the Carpincho gloves, for some odd reason.
And Murl, I will gladly take such a Christmas present. One of the things holding me back with the chalkstripe flannel suit is that it has to be done right in order to look (a) youthful, and (b) modern / not costumey. I think that the make-up suggested should accomplish that goal. But I have a navy chalkstripe flannel suit sitting in my closet that has never been worn.
I can't think of an occasion where I would wear a chalk stripe suit where it wouldn't be out of place or seen as costumey. I wish I had a job where I could where them, but I just don't, oh well.
A Styleforum meetup?
Walked in to that one, didn't I. If you are gifting it to me, definitely. I still need to be able to afford the train fares to get to these meet ups.
Yeah, I am kind of in your boat Don. Which is unfortunate, because I think it would be a very, very cool suit.
Yeah, I definitely think it will be bad ass, really any of the wide stripe options will be IMO, just not something I can justify purchasing.
I'm having a wide stripe chalk from the LL Fox flannel being made up as a DB. The stripe is wide but subtle. It's an alternative to the more typical loud bright chalkstripes.
Interesting, that should be a baller suit. I love chalkstripes, but being 26 years old, and looking like I am 22, I can't help but feel I look a little silly.
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