Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
you are correct.
Who makes the shoes, and can we get another pic of them?
Last days of tweed....
Again, on the fence here on these pants. I think they're too full, but am open to alternative opinions.
They may also just suck.
If you are speaking to me, you are indeed correct.
I have my shirts laundered, and during the week, I wear a shirt only once (weekends, when it's not too warm, I may wear a shirt more than one day).
To CP - today's shirt color was not described by the maker - "rose" or "vivid pink" would describe it well enough.
To philosophe - today's choice of PS was the best of a non-coordinating lot - a white cotton handkerchief might well have done as well if not better - live and learn.
Like Black Umbrella I am embracing the final days of tweed. Purple tie may be a little much for this but, meh, it's FUriday. Shoulders on this jacket aren't as soft as I thought they would be but...never hurt to have variety in jacket styles.
Edit: I need to retie my knot...
Before dashing out the door....
Dry cleaning in NY is really cheap so it doesn't work out so expensive, in the UK (where I'm from) it is cheaper to buy a new shirt that get it dry cleaned.
can someone please tell people to stop using the vignette feature on their iphone camera app (or whatever), it does not "improve" your picture. Just makes it even worse than it is. Embrace the shitty pic.
Or buy a DSLR.
This is pretty old (5 years if I remember correct) Corneliani shoes. Color olive
Thanks. My wife took it. Bounce flash is the bee's knees.
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
i have a jacket that opens at the quarters like this. I dot like it
Austere, certainly, but on the sparse side rather than the severe side. Tundra rather than ice sheets, so to speak. Personally, if going austere, I like it to look severe instead of just spartan. Arguably, this goes against the aesthetic direction you're trying to pursue, but food for thought perhaps.
I like the direction this is going; it will be very interesting to see future outfits from you. There's a certain flair to the flair, if you get my drift. I sense potential here.
New tie (from Ede) to replace a near-identical very old one that lost a food fight, so I thought I'd waltz down a conservative path for its first outing:
Happy Friday Gents
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