Alright so I asked a number of folks, and I'll be asking a few more, to select their five favorite fits from the Composite Thread by whatever criteria they want. I generally asked folks who I knew had a pretty solid sense of where they were stylistically (as opposed to folks still developing). I thought it would be interesting to see if there was anything about how they dressed that manifested in what they liked. Since I asked a number of people, I'll be posting new sets every few days as the responses trickle in. Probably five at a time as any more might be information overload. [/quote] Since I'm already fanboi-ing (Click to show) I wish I could do stuff like this... 2) In some ways the exact opposite of (1), Henry just does everything right. You look at how formulaic yet consistently good his outfits are and you think that it should be easy to be well dressed. But for some reason, very few people get there. Everything fits well. Colors schemes are simple but there's always a bit of texture to add some interest. It really is everything we all know (or should know) how to do but don't usually do. 3) Butler's steez lies right in the middle of the Tirailleur - Henry Carter axis. It's all beautifully executed by his tailors but always just a little further than classic (or at least what's generally considered classic / canonical nowadays, given his fondness for stiff detachable collars and the like). I picked this photo because the grey on grey on grey looks good. You probably shouldn't be able to pull that off but he manages to do it. 4) Sometimes it really is just as simple as going to a good bespoke tailor and letting him do his thing. You don't see very many good looking DBs. But when you find one, it really can stand on its own. 5) I picked this photo of TTO because it's a great example of picking a tailoring style that suits your body. Hopefully Theo won't mind my mentioning that he isn't exactly David Gandy but the cleaner chest, stronger shoulder and nipped waist of the British military style really flatter his frame. He also has an amazing sense for patterns. The example in the spoiler is great example of that and also solves the surprisingly difficult (at times) problem of how to dress for the three weeks of summer in England. Patterns (Click to show) http://www.styleforum.net/t/234255/...ing-right-now-part-iii/71300_100#post_6961579 Honorable Mention) Pingson rocks the 3-piece hard.