Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
That's not accurate. The left circle should be huge, the right circle tiny and almost wholly contained by the larger circle. Almost all Ferrari owners have some Ferrari gear. They may save it for FOC events and Monterey, but they have it.
Is this shirt under the jumper?
silly moo, the poofy shirt is clearly checkered...
Not really feeling these shoes with the suit as mentioned before and the jacket seems to tug a bit in the mid. Just my .02
Awesome combo IMO. Flows very well.
would that be virgin wool? boom
very nice anyways cravate
At the lounge in Frankfurt killing time waiting for flight, and I go check out your shirt maker.
Interesting photo of gingham shirt he has in the slide show;
Looks very very familiar.
^^ bizzarro world
assuming that my cultural prejudices extrapolated from your respective locations are correct
Something exploded in your breast pocket
jawnz permitted in here?
Russia is chilly
texture close up
+1 I saw a guy at the local pub driving what I think was a 360 Modena, top down, walking in to the pub wearing the jacket and hat after parking right by the front door. He looked ridiculous to say the least.
This demonstrates excellence on many levels. First of all, as Clapey described, it is about the textures of the coat, the tie, and the shirt. Here is an example of "less is more". The elements are simple, even plain, but together, a sartorial statement is made. The good tailoring makes the fit attractive and comfortable looking. Not in a million years could I ever pull off a sc, tie, and jeans ensemble, but you make it look good and right. The simple pocket square adds the proper finishing touch. Thanks for sharing these pictures; it is good to be reminded of "how to do it right". One does not need to go to extremes in order to show good style.
You should be so lucky.
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