Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Spoiler: a bit more relaxed pose
Man, that's a FANTASTIC Bulova! I love those! Reminds me that I have to get my father's 1960 Bulova serviced!
Yeah it's my grandpa's watch. Nice and small, so it's perfect with a suit!
Thanks, it's a TMLewin, actually. I own basically one suit that kinda fits me, and this is it. It fit 2 years ago but that was when I wore a 40—I'm now a 42. I've been buying far more into a wardrobe of sport coats and trousers, but I would like to get a better fitting, awesome gray suit and an awesome navy suit. That'll probably satisfy my suiting needs and free me up to pursue the odd jackets, which fit my lifestyle more.
Glad I posted before you—your awesome lapels would've cut my face off.
Spoo, be advised that if you ever set foot north of 125th street, Jamison and I are going to jump you and steal all your shit.
On the upside, it will be the most careful, non-wrinkle-inducing mugging ever.
What? No 'nacci PS? Don't get gunshy on us, fella.
Looks really nice, would love to see the suit after alterations
Thank you for being gentle.
Im not having the easiest week.
He he. Recently was trying Monaco watch, unfortunately this beauty is too big for my wrist
Spoo, I wish you would sometimes post full-body shots. Most of your suits have huge lapels and full arms, but also flat-front pants with small openings and, as you have stated before, a bit of a break at the hem. I'd be interested to see the full effect.
Aside from his tom ford suits, I don't really think spoo has many suits with huge lapels. I would call most of them pretty standard. Not to pick any nits just pointing that out
Sux. Here's to a strong finish.
Sleeves too short, lapels too thin and tie not right--thin enough for the lapels, but material looks iffy, and colour isn't great IMO; everything else is nice.
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