Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
"you'd benefit from shirts with a narrow placket."
Thanks for opinion
"I both hate and like this at the same time. And hate myself for sort of liking it too. "
He he thanks for that
JCBD? Please start a thread with examples.
I picture a rotund man in a double breasted suit with gout eating chinese take out.
Those red-stitched jeans matching the shirt, socks and pocket square are
And with french cuffs on top of that... jeebus
One of the rare times I tv-fold.... would it have been better with a puffed white silk square instead?
SC: Zegna Su Misura
Tie: Vanda unlined 6fold
Trousers: Incotex for E Zegna
PS: Walmart linen special
Not feeling the trou color and ps with that one Ian.
It's just a coat from CT. And thank you
They are. Yeah, sorry about that, I don't really own a single pair of decent socks.
Thanks for the feedback!
It's dark olive green IRL..... worked out alot better in my head
im not feeling all the matchy matching going on, but i do like the red stitched jeans.
You shouldn't. It's awful
IIRC Vic's jeans are bespoke at the red detailing was his preference. Personally I think it's too flashy/affected looking. Especially if you attempt to match the stitching. I also think they could be a bit less boot-cut with a narrower leg below the knee, but that's personal preference I suppose.
I actually agree with this.
i know, but i can help myself. im a sucker for gimmicks like that. you should see my green stitched rock and republic jeans. i cant get myself to wear them anymore, but i can get myself to sell them either.
Considering the number of thumbs, you should have no problem selling them here
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