Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
hahahahaha crazy dude!
just please don't die IN them!
You fuck with this at your own risk:
It looks pretty well sorted for a second post. Very good.
Your collar could easily be a size or two smaller and adding a pocket square would complete the outfit.
OMFG! Everyone decide to up the thread quality?
Anyways, intentional collar button sprezz?
What quality? For one of te elder statesmen of this board Manton has shit quality photographs. Can barely make out what's going on with the light balance and yellow background. And any reverence I may have harboured for his outfit is erased by the lame non use of collar buttons. If anyone posted pics of a shirt with collar points that long they would get slaughtered on here, so why should long point unbuttoned OCBD collars not get the same treatment?
Indeed. The minimum he should honour us with is a Hasselblad H4D-40 so tat we can gawk deep into his skin. Yeah. Everything for the internet.
peacocking, my fur hat is at the cleaners
Gazzy, Maomao and Manton in one day? Is it proof of a providential (sartorial) universe?
Sportcoat, knit tie and unbuttoned collar? I'd like to think my deleterious influence has been at work.
Good to see you back, M.
I love the tie, Manton. Is that a Gallo?
Manton, what "number" would you give to your outfit?
Alright. Round 5 of wannabe's sartorial success.
This time, I wore the same tie and PS as I did in the previous round, which can be seen here:
I went with a blue shirt this time, and I feel that it worked out for the better.
navy blue with orange/light blue pinstripe suit.
light blue shirt.
.75" red/navy/white striped tie.
burgundy polka dot PS.
brown quarter brogues.
The suit is actually about 0.5" longer than in the picture (I was standing weird), and I think that does the trick to make the suit "slightly short" rather than "way too short". On other note, I definitely think that I've nailed down my pants fit based on comments from the previous rounds.
Comments and suggestions are always welcome!
Any particular reason you choose long collar points?
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