Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Very nice casual outfit. Barbour jacket I assume?
Love this, very nice suit and shirt. I really like your style
What I wore today.
Missing are the photos of the Burberry Trench and Shoes and socks which were black (boring!) Handkerchief was a gift from my girlfriend it's Maclachlan Tartan (she's scottish so each family has a tartan)
TB, only because you asked so nicely, this F-bomb is for you - FUCK, FUCK, FUCK, FUCK, SHIT PISS MOTHERFUCKER.
Thanks, yes it is.
Hope you all like it
Suit: Corneliani (dark gray)
New couch also, is it nice?
Rituals such as described above still occur today in the industrial far western reaches of the island of Manhattan, though usually the participants are not wearing bespoke clothing (unless one counts custom leather chaps as bespoke), and the quaffing of urine is rather more pervasive.
Nice suit, I was looking at Corneiliani how much did you pay for yours?
I'm sorry I just don't think it works. I am not a big fan of the shirt, I think it looks far too busy with that tie, maybe a solid tie or a light plain blue shirt would have looked better. On the other hand I really like the braces.
This I got form my grandfather on my birthday so I dont know really how mutch it is but around $1200 I would think?
I must say that the shirt is too busy for my taste. At least paired with that tie.
As suggested, a solid tie would look alot better.
Don't be afraid of black.
That coat looks so cosy!
I'm going to go ahead and acknowledge that you're better dressed than myself by about a mile, but I do have one little issue with the tie/collar combo.
The outfit looks great, really sharp, conservative without being stodgy, but the wide spread collar just doesn't look quite right with the tie. I'm not sure if its the knot or a function of the wool knit, but it just looks a little off in an otherwise super-sharp fit.
Thats just my opinion though, for whatever that's worth.
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