Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
My new favorite purple gingham. Mind the gap.
Well Cousin, you just outdid yourself with awesomeness Sir!!
The same outfit with plain white shirt and black shoes would also look excellent.
this post makes me happy.
First post on this side's WAYWT, please be gentle <3
But seriously, this is the first time I've had to wear a suit getup for office work (and not, say, dinners, networking, interviews). I'm happy with the general aesthetic, but I'm hoping the people here and help nit-pick out the little details, as I'm outgrowing this one and will probably get a new one once I graduate.
I do like the Thom Browne aesthetic, but slightly toned down. Also, I'm just 20, == young guy in a suit. So I am partial to a slightly shorter suit.
My shirt cuffs are shy, not too short. And my pants cuffs are doing that flare that happens when you cuff them right after ironing, so their width is slightly exaggerated.
I got a little trigger-happy with the post-processing... please try to see past my hipsta-penis.
Any assistance is appreciated
gray suit, black tie, white shirt, all skinny, is a tad GQish, but all in all i think you look ok.
looks like no socks, you need socks imo. also, the pants should be a tad longer for my liking. should at least graze the top of the shoe when standing.
thats is all i got.
also, do you need a tissue?
shorter? no socks is fine for me.
Shorter pants? Like this?
i meant less short.
i dont have a problem with no socks across the board, but in that fit, i think socks would be appropriate. especially for office work, as he noted in his post.
see edit in my post.
quick snaps - oopsie, should've straightened my tie
Suit: Zegna Su Misura/Roma fit in 4season twill
Shirt: Thomas Pink
Tie: Michael Kors
PS: Kent Wang
Shoes: Alden for BB
^ Excellent, absolutely fantastic just not sure if I'm a fan of the shoes.
ian, +1 on going with different shoes
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