Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
What the hell? One is dressing as an old maffia and one is posing for animal planet...
And one has no idea what he is talking about. Read a book so you don't sound like such a Tool.
My Style is that of Modernism. My major influence being that of British Menswear during the 1930's.
I don't know how people became so ignorant to think the fedora and double breasted suit is a mafia style. The Mafia copied the modernist (Art Deco) style as it was the prevailing style of the time period which symbolized being a gentleman and a man of honor. The mafia wore this style so they would not look like the mafia.
Is errybody geared up for another day at the races in this thread? *stretches hamstrings*
Agreed. That pic is not a fair representation of SWD. Let’s try a more direct comparison instead.
This was recently posted in MC Casual as a joke:
And this was recently posted earnestly in SWD. It has so far received 9 ‘Likes’.
Looks like ace's only mistake was that he forgot to list his brands.
LOL, goth 101 ^.
Oy... this threak.
Disclosure - I have a SW-without-the-D side that very occasionally surfaces in photographs over there and figures heavily in my daily life, these days
To get the most out of them, a number of this stuff crosses over to my MC-wear, but not to the same eclectic extremes that it did when I first began here
"Speech is silver, but silence is golden."
Suit & tie - BB
Shirt - Charles Tyrwhitt
Cufflinks - Deakin & Francis, via Barney's NYC
PS - Alain Figaret
Shoes - BB
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
seems like we're back to our regularly scheduled program.... for now
Couldn't get a nice full-shot...it's kinda gloomy outside
[COLOR=C7C7C7]wasn't sure about the ps either.... [/COLOR]
Well, I don't doubt you dress well whatever style you're going for...
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