Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Has anybody ever actually burned something at the behest of the forvm?
Has IndianBoy ever actually posted a fit on the forvm?
It's one thing to call people boring sheep (I wonder what does an exciting sheep look like?) and it's another one to have any sort of credibility for such a statement to make an impact.
Good point. If you're outdoors and aren't wearing your gloves, why do you have them?
Macaroni has some great threads but IMO often manages to bugger up his pictures with some lame spazzatura - note the way the back blade of his tie is always visible. These things are just absolutely not necessary for a fella who so clearly has an advanced understanding of how to create a great outfit and a good selection of items in his wardrobe to achieve it.
A lot of other people's fits from blogs.
It's not gonna happen as I'm not really interested in other people's opinion on my clothes.
And certainly not on a forum.
Besides, I already know I dress well.
The stern demeanor paired with that atrocious joke of a tie is phenomenal. I hope you don't expect to be taken seriously wearing that "in real life."
Might just be yet another instance where you're wrong
There's one who posts on here.
And let's not forget my properly awesome pink, purple, orange and blue Duchamp paisley from the other day. The thing is that I do have a beautiful modern paisley from Liberty that would have worked perfectly; as I said this one was a bit of an experiment, done with plenty of awareness that it could be completely ridiculous.
You mentioned that you don't know who the maker is? I think it's a Dwight Schrute x Michael Scott collaboration.
You Looking so much better all the time now Mr Kap.
Top button done up Tie done well and cinched up nice and tight maybe a little wide though, but minor adjustment.
SC fits well and looks to be correct length PS inserted and looking good, kinda like it knows where is needs to be
Trousers with a high waist but worn low, so either there is much space for expansion down in the crotch area
Maybe you could wear the trousers a bit higher on your torso to obviate the crotch problem.
But hey, very dapper and good looking for you. Very good effort. Seems to me that you trying very hard Bud, keep you efforts up, you really are worth it.
Busy busy busy! Haven't had the chance to look at comments or other fits yet but here's my contribution from this morning:
I feel the gorge is abit low and the shoulders are super strong but it is an older piece from YSL, albeit from when Tom Ford was still around.
Suit: Yves Saint Laurent
PS: Kent Wang
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