Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
At least put some shape into the brim.
Careful now, we don't want to pick that up all over again!
Sure thing man, do ya thing
1. farmer is different from plantation worker
one works for a living, the other was treated as property and forced to worked under his will.
2. The issue stemmed from Rambo's immature comment about Roots.
BROWN IS FOR FARMER!!!!
Black Burberry Shirt
Any comments please?
I'm new to this critiquing stuff, but I think I can point out a few flaws. For starters, your shirt collar sticking up over your lapel. The lapel's are kind of thin, but that's probably because it's a slim cut/trendy suit. I think the arms are a bit long, and you're somewhat scrunching them up, so they come off weird. I think they arm length and the pant length should be shortened.
PS - you'll probably get heat from everyone for wearing a black shirt.
The trousers need hemming - they're too long at the mo', given their slimness. Shirt collar shouldn't 'sit' on your suit lapels and if you're going to wear a black shirt, that tie needs to go (sleeker/plainer shoes would then also be a good idea). Everyone else will tell you not to wear a black shirt, which is also an option - although a grey suit and black shirt can look good when done right.
Don't wear that tie. Shirt collar should lay underneath the lapels. Pants need to be hemmed, since they have a small leg opening, minimize the break. This will help avoid them from looking like stacks on jeans. Hold your arms forward a bit to help with the sleeve pitch. Wear the back of the trousers higher so the fabric doesn't wrinkle.
The tie knot is too big for the collar points. A 4IH, or just a better-cinched knot, would loook better.
i just want to say that today i am wearing a new pair of j crew wool pants. my first pair ever. and they are awesome.
Honestly, it's been a long time since something made me cringe.
Glad to be of assistance.
why do you cringe? because it took me so long to buy a pair?
oh wait never mind....
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