Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Good to see you back, Spoozy. Your progress from the previous fit to this one has been fast indeed.
Yes Dennis's improvment is extreme.
Ahhh, that eases the pain ;-)
He isn´t totally off with his critiques...i´d just say it was not as bad as he wrote it was.
Fun fact: this jacket is way stiffer than the other coat, which is totally unstructered and thus tends to crease...pants are riding low on the waist as well, creases appear every now and then...etc.
You see how subjective the impression gets...
I just remember that when you posted it at Pitti there didn't seem to be so much waist suppression. Perhaps it is just the angle?
Something with which to end the week . . .
Suit, shirt, tie - BB
Cufflinks - Trywhitt
Shoes - C & J
Overcoat - BB
Hat - Selentino
Scarf - Ede & Ravenscroft
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Thanks for asking about the interview. It went very well. It lasted three hours long and at the end the owner of the company took me out for lunch. He's going to make some calls to a few companies in Manhattan so I should know what I'm doing this summer/when I graduate in a few weeks.
A fine day for tweed, cashmere, flannel, paisley and shell.
Spoo, great watch!
Was it who railed against the cream silk square? Well, whoever it was, they were on to something. Otherwise, nice look, Spoo.
I can't find a cream/off-white silk ps anywhere
Black watch isn't overdone yet, is it?
Crap, it is?
It looks like a sack, which should have a straight drop. Nice combo.
Looks very nice w/the outfit. Do you also wear it w/your purples?
IIRC, loves the cream silk. I used to share your opinion of it, but I got one thrown in as an unexpected gift when I ordered my last tie from Hober and have made surprisingly frequent use of it. It's in my last two WAYW posts, in fact.
This is so fucking awesome.
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