Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Good use of color and texture, but this coat does not fit you; size up one.
Suits have a magical but often capricious quality that mimics barrel distortion. This pic was taken while I was rushing out of the house with the camera only 3 feet away, so it must be the suit.
I'll have to ask Chan about it.
fuck all the nitpicking... it's looks great UC.... that's it.
At a recent school function. My budget is limited to say the least.
I had to change afternoon. Crazy spring in Toronto. 21 degree
I don't have any way of taking decent pictures, so here's a Mac Photobooth shot just to remind people I do actually wear clothes half-decently (and no more...) and don't just post alternately verbose and gnomic comments...
FWIW, the jacket is a lightweight Aquascutum wool / silk mix, shirt is textured white CT Black Label, tie is Caruso, vest is cheap navy J-Crew (and was rapidly discarded as it got quite warm today), and the PS is a printed Japanese cotton square. Not shown: forest green cords, dark brown socks and Moreschi two-tone brown peccary-calf shoes...
Looks good. Would you care to share your grooming experience, in private if you wish? It seems your facial hair style is far superior to mine.
my name was being thrown around so i figured id conduct a little experiment to see whats what..
Heres some of my casual fits
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Were you rushing because you had to set up your tri-pod and get awesome WARWRN pics ready to post?
You are becoming very modest. What changed in your life?
It is becoming painfully obvious to me my wardrobe it increasingly inadequate for the spring weather...
So, wearing an ill-fitting shirt and buttoning the top button makes it good? If the top button were unbuttoned, I assume you'd just look like a regular guy with an ill-fitting shirt, though. Am I understanding this correctly?
My weekend was very eventful, I feel tired and relaxed.
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