Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
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Thanks for the suggestion. But how does one wear a polo shirt over a poncho?
size up on the polo and tape the poncho down before you put it on. IMHO looks great with a kilt.
You could also size up on bracelets and secure the poncho with them instead of tape.
Spooner, I don't recall your legs looking that slim, have you lost weight?
I am also a great example of what happens after taking hallucinogens in a haberdashery
Everything was good (not a fan of the shirt but thats just personal taste) until it got to the pants. In my opinion the pant rise is much too low for the rest of the look, you have your pants sitting on your hips and JCrew did you no favors by cutting them for teenage hipsters.
Always a pleasure to see someone with so much personal style
Peyote drum circle under the suit racks?
Spoo, that kiton shirt is particularly awesome. reminds me of the epic shirts at the kiton NYC store on my May visit
I disagree. This pants rise thing is getting really funny. Spoos look is fine for a casual friday summery look. I also bet those are classic fit bowerys which are medium rise. If anything the disparity is likely because spoo usualyl wears a tie which fills up more of the room in his torso, if that makes sense.
From this morning: (my bad for overexposure? just quick snaps so i can enjoy the weekend )
Shirt: local MTM
Trous: Levis Cream chinos
PS: Tom Ford
Just got out of work early and changed the bottom half for the rest of the afternoon/evening on out:
Jeans: Naked & Famous
Shoes: Gaziano Girling
nice ian, but in the top pic it seems a bit snug in teh crotch area. not that i noticed, just someone told me that.
I'm not sure that you understand Ed the way that I do.
This is, I think the third tie-free Spoo shot in two weeks? I fear for fashion, civility and the American man.
im not sure anyone understands ed the way you do.
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