Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Casual Friday. Obligatory dirty office mirror shot.
Ahhh... there it is. Thanks!
Oh my I could not get good picture today no matter what I tried but I wanted to get in the habit of posting. Apologize for the colors. Tie is a hunter green, shirt is green and blue tattersall. Pants are light grey flannel and brown cardigan. I had a hard time matching things today and I wanted a cardigan for warmth. Maybe should have went with a charcoal grey or a more colorful one? Tie was hard too..new to the world of tweed matching...Spoiler has shoes and another (clearer?) detail picture.
20120120_170500 by citan1145, on Flickr
Photo on 2012-01-20 at 17.07 by citan1145, on Flickr
20120120_160504 by citan1145, on Flickr
20120120_170335 by citan1145, on Flickr
Cittan, is that a BB Fitz tweed SC? off the rack or did u have the waist taken in? Thanks
Yes it is. BB fitzgerald. I did not take the waist in on it as it has quite a bit of waist suppression. This years BB sportcoats (of which I have 3, ) all have pretty solid suppression already. For reference, I am 5'11'' 175 40 chest 33 waist. Thanks for the kind comments in the post UC and Achilles.
Well, I think it will be easier for me to tell you who make it, so you may buy it your size
Boots - Crockett & Jones
Sweater - Hackett, London
Gloves - Handmade by measure peccari by Luvaria Ulisses ("glove" in portuguese is "luva")
Light blue, but since it is Little Italy we were considering a Carabinieri uniform as many people here have family who are or were in the Carabinieri. The Squadristi uniform would be in very poor taste so never black.
Spot on! Everything flows so well in your ensemble. What are the details on your tie? I want to get one just like that.
Wow, what a great look. I personally think a dark burgundy pocket square would accent everything a slight tad more but that is a matter of personal taste. Well done.
Love these shoes - what are they? The last is very streamlined (not a goodyear, correct)?
If only my charcoal suit looked like this...
Coat and shoes! baller- which tweed citan
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