Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Best fitting jacket ever?
I'm willing to go out on a limb and say, No. Not the best fitting jacket ever.
I'm normally not a fan of super slim, but I really like everything about this
If it's not you, why post him here? Other then that I think it's horrible. All I like is the shoes, that's it.
Would be much better without the fuuuuu larrrrd.
Yeah but how is Spoo ever gonna get to sit down and make his big post with Stitchy hanging out the back of him?
And Stitchy it must be at least five posts since you made reference to the fact that you're a "J00" - what's up with that?
Oh. I just saw that it wasn't actually him. You photo-misplacing snot-nosed motherfucker, you!
Stylish. I like
The pre-distressed denim shirt with a button down collar's too much. Single breasted with skinny peak lapels–OK, I guess, though the contrast stitching on the button hole's needless further ostentation. But with the shirt, it's like piling on something everywhere just for its own sake.
Then there's the bandana. He's wearing short pants, loafers, and no socks. It's not like it's there to keep his neck warm.
Well, that's just like, your opinion, man.
Best we've had for several pages.
Get your own avatar, mate!
(seriously though, it's very flattering that my pic is worth ripping off... I'm truly touched... Sniff)
You know, after all the discussion about RL's Olympic outfits in this thread, I can't help thinking that this outfit of yours would be a much nicer version. It keeps many of the same basic elements as RL used but brings them closer to something I mentioned halfway down the thread: "... it's harder for America to inspire new uniforms than older countries as most good really American looks are IMO not formal or uniform ones but ones that are formal mixed with some casual elements. RL's tried to reflect that... but I think it doesn't quite hit the mark." To me, your outfit hints at being quite American in that middling-formal North Atlantic way.
(I also trust you aren't wearing a beret in the bit of photo that's cropped out.....)
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