Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
He should have used Scotts Step 2 this spring.
I can't dig the shoes but everything else lead the way maestro.
This might be my last post before heading back to the drawing board, I have plans for more trouser with shorter rise and a small leg opening as well as a grey three piece suit.
If anything I post will be SF approved this is it. Featuring grey wool trouser with.... the dreaded slight break:
It's difficult to see the colors having the pics taken in the shade, but it looks like the pants are grey yes? I like this look minus the sockless black loafers with shorter pants. With the tie being yellow/gold, I'd have opted for brown in the belt and shoe department. Solid fit though.
Threadbearer wrote: "You look great. Pics must have been taken before the Big Sweat, eh?"
Thanks for the kind comment. But....the pics were taken after. I was soaking wet. At least, the suit held up.
You deserve to feel proud that you played Bach under such authentic conditions.
This outfit is excellent Sir!!
Those pants seem to have a break because they're getting caught on the shoes. If they were draping correctly over the shoe they would have no break. Other than that, I like today's outfit...
What do you guys think of my take on the TV fold? This is a plain white linen PS.
Picked up this jacket for nothing at a local consignment shop that I stopped in on a whim. Champagne colored wool/silk corneliani mainline with a double cream windowpane. Worth tailoring? Gonna let it out a bit at the waist. Shoulders are a bit more extended than normal. Apologies for the lighting, it is too hot to snap a pic outside.
Citan how many suits/jackets do you have? It seems like you are showcasing a new buy every week. lol
(I wear the jacket as an SC as well though, but not today.)
I sold a ton of stuff over the winter to beef up my summer wardrobe and buy new staples. I only have 3 suits and 4 jackets now though.
Citan, you gotta stop holding your arms out like that. Just relax and take the picture.
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