Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
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Deets on those shooze
this jacket is a real oddity for me
Spoiler: long story
i bought it off ebay...
it was too long and too boxy so i didn't want to spend the money to tailor it
and i thought it made me look too old
thought it was a total fail and was about to donate it to the church for the yard sale
but then when someone else tried it on, it actually looked good
so i figured i would give it a try...
spent a decent amount of money tailoring it
wore it with dark jeans and actually got a lot of positive feedback in person
several people asked about the jacket and told me that it looked good
anyway first time trying to pair it up with wool pants for a dressy look
any suggestion on what kind of tie i should try to wear next time?
oh looks like i riled TI up ... what you know about that?
No Biggie, but your mirror tells you the truth.
You dont have swag.
Is "ontopic" some kind of medical term I'm unfamiliar with?
Seems to be.
Sweeeeet tie. I think the contrast placket, however, is letting down the side.
Yowza. Does that tie get its own drawer?
I see where UC's coming from on the gingham with the suit, but I dig the contrast. Nice look.
+1, if for no other reason than that you're an ass to other people on this forum. Turn down the shitty attitude, Achillus. And try working the white balance on your photos.
Quoted for full dickishness. What's with personal attacks, people?
If the ground of the tie you're wearing were solid instead of that, um, whatever it is, I think this would be a great combo.
Hahaha. Plastic bracelets automatically =/ swag
And now let us turn our fickle attention back to men's clothing...
Don't I look freakin' awesome today?
You do! I think I'll wear the same jacket for tonight's concert. Should've had a fit battle!
Have the big timers ever had a fit battle where they all commission suits/jackets from the same cloth? That would be entertaining.
Of course. A Y on the left and Will on the right
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