Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
EFV, that Norfolk looks great, I think everybody (or, at least I) would like to know more about it!
(Actually it reminds me some Arnys jackets)
Nope, actually a vintage Zegna. Not sure from what year, got it from teh Bay. I will have some NsM jackets to post before long though
I love this! Excellent combination.
So...um....who took this picture, ace?
Indoor pics today on account of falling snow. Long may it accumulate!
Well, it's from a Swedish brand called Nahbob that we will be selling in our online shop. It's designed by the guy behind Herr Judit, a chain of great menswear shops in Stockholm. He looked at models from the 30's but wanted it to be slightly more contemporary, and this is the result.
I wasn't really paying attention at the moment. Most likely the other couple that was with us. Fun impromptu photo shoot, it was.
Thanks! The tie is a Barba multi-fold I picked up at Shop The Finest when I was down in LA for the holidays.
Shoulders look weird I think because it's a completely unstructured jacket. Just tweed, and a silk lining. Lays pretty nicely when I'm not standing with my arms crossed though. I enjoy the soft look zero shoulder padding affords for when I want to look both nice and casual...
Also, in reply to the earlier question re: pants, they're corduroy jeans by Volcom, cut known as the Solver.
Here's today's fit. Southwick for The Andover Shop grey tweed herringbone sack jacket, shirt is Lands' End tailored fit, tie is Les Copains, pocket square from the bay...
Pants: Alpha Khakis by Dockers
Shoes: Bass Buchanon
Love the tie, and the knot!
Edit: My apologies, I clearly still need lessons, despite being here for half a decade, on how to repost the correct post...
Sunset bar text post :
Chrome Hearts "Little Red Riot"
More from the C & the D photo shoot, thanks for all the thumbs and comments on the last one!
(My computer is dead so this may be the only post of the week...steeling my mates laptop for this!)
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