Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
I really love this new polo tie I picked up trading on b&s. Hope the shirt and tie don't clash too much. Enjoy your day folks!
Caruso, Polo, Polo, black Peal monkstraps on the bottom.
Do the robot
Great combo Derek...is it maybe the camera angle or maybe your timer is too fast and you snap to get into the pose hence odd wrinkles? I am terrible at this though...
Citan that tie knot needs to be tightened up big time.
probably a combo of all these...i need to get my wife out of bed and get her to learn how to take pics for me. haha
nvm, im an idiot.
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Kiton microcheck shirt
E. Tautz striped tie
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Not digging the tie Spooky. Suit's sharp as shit though.
Derk - gotta agree with the rabble, there's definitely something going on with your suit sleeves in these last few pics.
Yeah I adjusted in the bathroom....
+1. sorry bro.
also, is the tie black?
+2, unless he's going to a funeral today.
It's charcoal grey.
I believe the wrinking on both of your shoulders are due to the fact that the jacket (at least the shoulder point-to-point ) is too small for you.
Visually you are creating a triangular effect, small at top and then widening out to a larger base (your waist). Classically a suit tries to give a man an inverted triangle look, emphasizing the chest/shoulder and slimming the waist.
I believe your problem can be solved by widening the shoulder.......... completely against the SF mantra of "smaller shoulder, size down your jacket!"
I don't know if it's black. It's hard to wear a tie like that, but with the outfit he has on I think it looks damn awsome!
And with all this ''you can only wear a black-tie-on-a-funeral'' is bullshit. I would wear a black tie with white pindots on. One of my fav ties, welcome to year 2012 guys.
problem is, the shoulders are already just a hair too wide...so larger shoulders wouldnt help at all.
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