Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Правда, я использовал переводчик программы.
Urgh. I wish I could remember cyrillic. only thing I could read was thank you.
English Speakers, Russian Speakers, Where are my good old Spanish Speakers?
que puedo hacer eso también.
Sleeves seem almost baggy and the lapels are a bit thin for my liking! Color match nicely though, well done!
looks awesome to me! nice work.
Yeah I saw that. I was surprised about Mr. Moo It's nice to know. Actually I can speak Russian and Ukrainian very well cause I'm from Ukraine a lot of Ukrainians live in Canada
Is that like Bacana? The gaseosa?
PT - looks good, nice blend of colors. I agree with the others to drop the vest from this particular ensemble.
Clarinet - looks great!
Moo - I guess the other side already said it but something about the strong blue color with that SC isn't working quite right... the shirt texture looks good, so maybe just a plainer light blue instead? even just an OCBD
IanGP - great OTT look, though as Chanel would say... maybe pull back one thing (suit fabric+lapels+DB+peaks, then french cuff, then the watch, then the high collar, then the tie, then the square, etc) - too many things happening
Wow, thanks gents! I had some doubts but I'm trying to incorporate the F.C.philosophy into everything I do and dress as a beginner. It's helping me to focus and not go off on multiple tangents by trying to mix elements from the different fits that I like.
I really DO need to get around to re-lacing all of my shoes, though.
NICE...but try Brown Gingham shirt with paisley pocket square to accent the bright color of the tie...just a suggestion.
Thanks for the honest critique. Yes, the lapels are rather thin. I got it last year when my tastes were a bit different. The fabric (100% cashmere, thick like a blanket) and the corneliani construction sold me on it to keep it though. I do need to have the sleeves slimmed and shortened however.Thanks for pointing that out.
Ah, los chilenos, con su vocabulario singular... más particularmente los santiagueños, ¿no?
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