Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
^^ who dat? ^^
guy in blue shorts?
Thanks so much! I found the jacket on ebay, they seemed to be a store and may have it in your size. corneliani brown windowpane I believe was the name of the listing. It was very inexpensive for the quality and the fabric is absolutely stellar in person.
It's an odd jacket, which I wore some dark jeans with. I was thinking that a light blue oxford would help soften the contrast somewhat...are lighter colored ties generally more appropriate for cream jackets?
the piano guy is the postman?
thanks, ill check it out.
Thanks for the feedback, Holdfast. I appreciate your thoughts. I don't particularly like the fit of the jeans I had on, which is why I didn't do a full length shot. I hadn't really thought about how necessary just the color is in terms of balance.
FWIW, the tie is navy, hence the light blue shirt idea. If it was a black knit, I would definitely keep the white.
had to wear a sportcoat today so I went gdl (tatersall/check shirt, soild tie)
That's a good look, Ed.
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The guy the in blue shorts is the postman. Haven't the foggiest who the piano guy is.
I am disappointed by the more-or-less in-focus photography, however. The band of us with poorly-lit and poorly colour-balanced photos shrinks ever smaller.
Woah. Not sure what to think about this; will take some adjusting to. Definitely younger-looking though. How do you feel about it?
Welcome and thanks for sharing. I think it's a cool look you have put together...
That shirt will most likely never serve you well when used with a suit and tie.
Agreed. The shirt just looks shabby, you need at least a crisp white shirt.
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