Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Looking good, my man.
at what width is a tie considered a neckscarf? very nice portfolio, though.
It is from an Italian brand called "Tuscany Leather". Great prices and quality.
The tie is not that wide, its around 3,25". The rear blade just came in front in one of those pictures...
Temperatures are back up again today, so it calls for lighter clothes than yesterday. Still autumn colors through.
Trousers look really messy in that shot. They are rather flimsy chinos and they wrinkle like hell...
opening looks extremely narrow...
It's on the narrow side, but not as narrow as it appears in that photo (luckily!)..
Never actually posted a photo on here but excited for fall.
Not quite what I am wearing today, as we're to have two days of monsoon here in NYC, but what I was trying out as an outfit last night, having an idle hour or two, and recording the results.
Suit - BB GF Regent
Shirt - H & K
Tie - JAB
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations
Shoes - Finsbury
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
My new shoes. What do you think?
not my steez
I'm thinking suit and shirt stripes are too close in size here... looks strange
"Do you think he even understands what that means? It would be nice to give clear feedback to a new poster, no?"<<<<<< Correct, what does that mean?
The shirt tie combo? I like it as is., and it always worn under a suit. But thanks. Yes, it is loud. It's even louder in person. Starters? Wow...... No offense being taken, if that's the assumption by my response.
Morning all. Terrible Mac Photobooth shot, robo-pose, passport face; adjusted collar and tie after picture...
Bugatti blazer (yes, it is black), Dunhill shirt, Corneliani tie, Hickey Freeman trousers (a bluegrey and black houndstooth).
Unseen: vintage cufflinks, Testoni austerity brogues (also black).
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