Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Victor, what is the weight/composition of that fabric and who is the maker?
I like this a lot btw. I wouldn't have made this shirt with french cuffs but overall look is really great.
Thank you all for your comments!
In the suit fabrics - tweed is from H & S, 340gr.\m.
The color of strap: - very boring when the color belt and shoes are identical.
Much more interesting to play shades of brown.
Of course, in a more austere style, I would choose the belt lighter and closer in tone to the shoe (but not identical!).
But this very informal dress, so I allowed myself to play a very different tones and textures of shoes and belt.
Thosr are actually really cool.. and even cooler in person
Dressed in the dark cool.
I order from Tailors - all shirts with French cuffs only. It's my choice, it is of fundamental importance. Sometimes, unfortunately, is not quite appropriate.
But if I did not make such a blunder - then it would not be me and not my style.
And since I'm such a - what is, with some features and absurdities.
Very fun! (By the way - nice shoes!)
You forgot to crop
So just in case anyone is wondering I am actually in the bathroom of a lavish, model laced, coke fueled party with ten women on my arm (they couldn't all fit in the picture).
Casual day today. Corneliani jacket and RL Rugby shirt.
You're a monster.
It may be that Vic simply has long arms. I can't be arsed to go back and look, though.
God help me, but I actually kinda dig this. Doubt I'd ever do it, and damned sure wouldn't post it here if I did!
Looks like Victor took a great English course during his hiatus!!
You got invited to one of acrid's soirees? Nice!
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