Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Beautiful and creative!
I like it!
But I would definitely be replaced by a white handkerchief. Or a white handkerchief with a small blue square pattern (5-20% of area)
Super creative! Very nice and vital!
Beautiful and well! And a very high quality photos, thanks!
Fabulous! Adorable! Very classic, conservative, nice, thoughtful! Your style is very close to me, thanks!
I'm sorry that I wrote a lot of messages. I spent the limit of their "thumbs up" and temporarily can not make comments in your posts ...
About my clothes are too warm for June:
In Moscow, the last three weeks is very cold and rainy weather (night temperatures May 10 Celsius at night, October 18 Celsius).
Next week promises to warming, very soon I hope to go on a summer wardrobe ...
I never realized the amount of religious Jews on here.
is all good. cashmere too. its from a goat. very specifically sheep/lambs wool and linen mixed that is no bueno.
treif is not really the right word. trief refers specifically to foods that are not kosher. this is just a standard torah prohibition.
i can add you to the list?
SC a bit short: I'd go for a length longer. Nice suit, anyhow.
Excellent outfit Sir, I like the Tie/shirt/PS colours.
A clear closeup would be good showing collar, tie, pocket square details.
My only comment is that the trousers are quite tight fitting, but that's fashion I suppose.
Sorry to bring it up, as I like the look a lot, but the button stance is too close together for my liking; it makes the lapels too thin/angled as well. It comes off as a cheap SC. If it was more well-balanced, this would be my fav look in WAYWRN for a while!
I am interested in your PS.
Thanks for the lesson...my wife is VERY reformed (almost to the point of being Catholic) so my knowledge of Jewish law is a bit rusty...
I agree JapanAlex. I actually tossed the suit. Havent worn it since I filmed this. It made more sense for the character I was playing. As for the ps. PM me
Payday, my friend, payday!
In the gloomy Moscow
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