Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Been busy attending dinner parties in Paris, I've been eating more and more.
I admit, this is a nice look at first glance and I generally enjoy your fits so please take this is as coming from a person who has only recently noticed these same "mistakes" myself. I think the elements are somewhat incongruous. You have a very nice summery top half and some nice summer bucks on the botton but light grey wintery flannels sandwiched inbetween. I think even light grey chinos would have made this look much more holistic and thematic. Basically, swap the pants and you have a great spring/summer look. The individual pieces, however, are quite nice!
Braddock you look like a skinny version of Cravate
I like! A lot!
Here in the US this look would largely be considered to be a bit too precious/trad. But for any major city in Europe this seems spot on to me.
Hmm I'm not sure about that. I'm with Clapeyron.
I'm with you.
Thanks for the feedback, guys!
Hm I like the shoes, but I would also like to wear brown suede oder burgundy cordovans with this outfit.
Thanks, you're right. The pants are light weight flannels, perfect for spring or autumn, but not for summer.
Oh no, Cravate is skinnier than me. I'm just tiny.
Too many light colours jarring with the very dark blue blazer. Shoes don't help, either. For me this is winter clothing being used as summer clothing...
shoes/socks/tie are summer, pants are winter and shirt is anachronistic.
Don't steal my thunder.
Tie: Henry Carter Neckwear silver POW 7-fold
Cardi: Olive Country Road
Shoes: Carmina Brown captoe
"Thank you! Bespoke - only a shirt, pants and jacket, and the rest - RTW."
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