Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
That's just the tip of the iceberg.
Apparently the combination makes a lot of static electricity. I am going to rub a linen shirt against wool right now and find out
Never mind, read the rest of the article and it's some mumbo jumbo about sapping the bodies electricity or some such nonsense.
Mobutu ain't got nothing on billionaire Tokyo Sexwale...
^ Is that Sir F?
is that a tape measure around your neck?? Looks pretty good... close-ups would be better.
I think edmorel was a bit harsh, but I agree that you could use thinner ties, 3".
Kent Wang wool/mohair suit
Kent Wang linen/cotton shirt
Kent Wang white silk pocket square
Kent Wang suede chukka boots
Indeed it is!
Very good! I would experiment with a tie. I think you can find even better option.
Sorry, I understand very little English. You mean - it's better to make a tie knot bigger to fill the space between the widely separated ends of the collar of his shirt?
If so - yes, I agree, thank you!
Silk is for talleisim.
And if you are Reformed, scarf linings for your bespoke threads.
Very good, I like it!
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