Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
I am not agreeing with you, weirdo youngling. Please don't group me with you.
side note...great new avatar.
I think what you're trying to say is:
^^^ is that timotune?
Cape looks kind of tight.
Are you crazy? That clearly needs to be taken in at the waist. It has no shape whatsoever.
I'd expand that by deleting the word women from the sentence and remove any sexual context entirely. Dressing to entertain yourself and other is a far more effective method of living well than dressing to impress, whatever the context, I think. I don't believe in either power-dressing or the (more commonly liked on SF) stealthy/classic aesthetic when touted as a means to influence others (it can be nice in itself, of course). At most, you'll tend to annoy people in the modern world with those aesthetics, because of current cultural associations of those modalities of dress. Entertaining through clothes, on the other hand either creates amusement (not least, for yourself) or an appearance of harmlessness and so leads to more openness and therefore opportunities to influence the course of a situation subtly. I think it's an easier and happier path, anyway. YMMV, of course.
Not feeling the spectators at all on this fit HF. Too formal, and the color scheme is just off. I love some cordovan shoes on this palette.
Unless, of course, it's a girl with daddy issues. On the other hand, there's no reason to be a damn fool about it.
My wife still occasionaly sighs wistfully and wonders why I can't wear a 70s band tee shirt, jeans, and trainers to family parties like her other male relatives. I wonder why they still dress like it's high school. And she's quite the clothes horse herself.
in northern Michigan not many people dress for anything.
Spoo-ing is the new Tebow-ing
Zegna Mila blazer
Quarter break. Sue me.
^lol the hand censorship just cracks me up.
^ I am a Rockem Sockem Robot
Separate names with a comma.