Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Master-Classter, Sep 28, 2008.
How about the black ver of Clarks DB from davidz
Shirt tucked in or tucked out for a casual outing?
Is a black jacket on a brown polo or a shirt fine?
And finally, which one seems better.
A white shirt tucked in Khaki's and a blue v-neck sweater or a light faded blue shirt, black jeans and v-neck sweater?
The sweater is a navy blue. And what other things can you wear with a v-neck sweater?
Tucked in, always, unless on the beach with shorts or something incredibly casual, and with a shirt made for the purpose.
Depends on the brown. Really dark, like a chocolate? No. A medium brown? Treat it the same as you would a burgundy or similar. Basic color matching. If you have any sort of eye for such things, your gut should be pretty accurate. If it looks discordant, it is.
I would stay away from wearing navy with black, at least dark navy. Lighter navies you're okay with, but I'd still chose a different color.
As for what you can wear with a navy v neck, any shade of brown or khaki, any shade of gray, olive. Of some non traditional pant colors, I would avoid purple and burgundy, though yellow would work nicely. Shirts? Just about anything you can dream up, but stay away from dark shirts. Unlike many around here, I think dark shirts have their place, but that place is not with a dark sweater. You need contrast. Wear dark shirts with something like a medium gray sweater.
If you really meant v neck in general, any pant and any proper button up shirt. Tie, no tie, your choice. With a suit, under a sportcoat, with jeans. It's really the most neutral sweater design imaginable IMO.
Is this authentic John Rich&Bros. Label?
I saw one in ebay, and have searched but can't sure about the authencity.
Thinking about getting a Duffle Coat and found this model. Wanted to go with a Navy but am unsure if it will look too long on me since I am only 1,78m. Any opinions on this and maybe some other suggestions?
I personally think that big boxy duffle coats with the huge toggles are way post-peak and are well on their way to becoming the men's equivalent of Uggs.
I didn't think Woolrich was a big enough brand for anyone to bother faking.
Traveling to England next month, i wanted to pick up some good dress shirts, but i'm afraid i am not sure where to start. I have heard names like Drake's London, Thomas Mason, Thomas Pink thrown around, but i am not sure of the quality ladder as far as english brands are concerned. What brand makes good quality dress shirts, and what kind of price range am i expecting for each? Also, if possible, are there ways of attaining said shirts at a discount? Thank you all for the help.
Anywhere I can find those at a lower price?
Were can I get a shirt like this? Or whats the name of this kind of shirts?
What? There is not nicer brands that make this kind of shirts? I want to know whats the name of this kind of ''silk'' shirts or what it now is...
Etro usually has some bright floral sport shirts. Barneys carries it.
Thanks alot man!
^ I thought that Scott wears RLPL only...
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