Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
What happened to the dude from Russia that was owning this thread for a while? I can't remember his name.... but he had a shaved head. His style was great
The spirit of his varied ensembles is captured in this video, starting with his spectacular entrance into this thread, for those who missed it:
This is soooooo nice!!!!! But somehow I dont like the shirt with this outfit I dont know why. I would wear a pinstripe shirt with a nice tie
Nice suit. I used to have a navy suit with dark red stripe, and always found myself doing as you've done here and using acccessories with red elements. Do you find it hard pairing the suit with other colours? I was never quite able to just treat mine as a navy background.
I like the simple colour blocks of the shirt, trousers and jumper. The tie feel a bit too formal for the rest of the look; I think something with a small pattern and in a more textured fabric would fit better.
Coincidentally enough, I'm wearing what appears to be the same tie pattern today (though from a different brand), and continuing my theme of yesterday of wearing some favourite items in an effort to make myself feel better while labouring under a cold:
Victor. He has disappeared. Interestingly, so has Kevin...
Feeling blue after receiving my Tax bill earlier this week......
And today a bit of CBD Pitti style
You have captured his entrance perfectly.
Too much blue for me, throw on the green tie instead of the blue knit and you are on to something!
The navy windowpane suit is very nice.
Wow, how did I miss this?
Too bad, I loved seeing Victor's clothing.
Nothing in his life
Became him like the leaving it; he died
As one that had been studied in his death,
To throw away the dearest thing he ow'd,
As 'twere a careless trifle.
The threat of libel lawsuits is why I keep lufty on retainer at all times. You have no idea how hard it is finding competent representation that specializes in SF law.
Lufty is competent?
I'm surprised but pleased.
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