Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Master-Classter, Sep 28, 2008.
Going to depend on the style of the leg. Some legs are straight down. Some aren't.
shoe color problem
hell all, i am very new dressing up(deciding to get rid of the douchebaggery & grow up). my question is i am interested in this pair of shoes as my 1st pair http://www.6pm.com/kenneth-cole-new-york-play-by-play-brown. now i mostly wear cashmere sweaters or button downs in colors like Navy, Beige, Black, Brown. besides the brown would those brown shoes be able to go with the other colors as well?? would it be wise to step up into the upper echelon of shoes as well? maybe not KC but shoes like allen edmonds or anything like that.
Does anyone know where to get this pair of cufflinks?
Saw the picture in 1 of the threads around here but I've forgotten it now
Those shoes are really terrible. You don't necessarily need to spend a lot more money, but you do want to avoid square toes, for a start.
Does your site still offer the ability to create Your Ideal Silhouette?
First of, noob here! =3
So my first question is, should a short guy like me (5'6") wear a trench coat?
I saw this trench coat at Zara for sale at $40 instead of $170!
The coat seems to end at crotch level, you should be fine wearing it. I'm 5' 8" and coats fit well on me.
Favorite Fall Look This Year? Business or casual, have you seen anything that you'll have to have for fall?
I've got room for one nice suit or casual mix and need some ideas!
Why are italian clothing brands so popular?
What brands are you asking about?
Usually it's a combination of:
Perceived levels of quality. Whether or not it's true it depends on the label, not the price.
Fit. European brands tend to fit slimmer people better than American brands.
The last few months I often hear people say "It's Italian" (and they probably think it should make a statement). Do they mean it's higher quality, more expensive or exclusive (and what does make it more exclusive)?
when it comes to a plain white cotton pocket square, is price a reflection of quality, or brand association?
Can be a bit of both. But, in practical application, an inexpensive one works as well as a more costly one. If you can't tell a difference in two options, go with the less expensive. Just look for squares with hand-rolled edges.
How to achieve this effect with shinning?
What is the name of that online tie seller? There's site that sells their own ties and I've seen it discussed here before. I tried to search for it, but came up blank. Their ties are made in Mexico, perhaps.
Separate names with a comma.