Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
not in my book.
Yet another new SC by Isaia...
..and new kicks too.
Isaia lightweight cashmere SC
Unlined Cesare Attolini tie
Sutor Mantellassi boots
ah yes, the life of the "imperfectly built." tbh, im not at a point yet that i even considered the width of my lapels. i buy whay i think fits ok, and what i like, i have yet to have the financial freedom to be that astute with my clothing. but it will be something to at least be mindful of, thanks.
however, in the fit from yesterday, although that jacket was terrible fit wise imo, the lapels were wider, and i felt like it looked ichy. were those any better iyo, just the lapel, not the rest of the fit, i know it was off.
as to shoes, interesting, i assumed with all the black in the pants, jacket and tie, that brown shoes would look out of place.
I like both flat front and pleats. I own both and I like both of them equally. Although I own more flat fronts than pleats.
great SC, you must have had a sweet hookup for that.
Also agreed. Sounds like the noob who settles for the simplest things that comes to mind with his limited views.
There is black in your jacket, but since it is peppered with white and gray, it comes off as grayish overall. This is always the case with black-and-white weaves. "Gray" herringbones, houndstooths, and plaids are often actually a mix of white and black threads.
If those trousers are black, they should be burned.
For some reason the pants+boot combination here looks even better than usual.
looks great broski
btw, can the kiton not be tailored?
Spoo, when are you going to restart the competitive dressing challenges?
On this whole "flat" versus pleated front business, my question is why not pleats also in the back?
On most guys, this could improve their gait since their knees could go higher with each step.
And the twirls would be magical.
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