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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Clapeyron, why do you insist on this point? Is there some justification for it?
Off topic now, but I hope the guy into capes received the Phineas Cole F/W lookbook this week.
I've always (mostly) liked the PC stuff, but this year's styling was a head scratcher. Some fugly shirts and ties in there.
Man there are some truly hideous outfits in that look book. And I usually like their lookbook
luftvier I really liked your hounds tooth tie yesterday, however todays selection doesn't do it for me.
I got that feeling to. What would have gone better do you think?
A solid white, or light blue shirt. More spread collar. I an't tell what color the tie is, but depending on its color with a white or blue shirt it is also suspect.
I was so near to wear a white shirt with this outfit with a diffrent collar but went this way, damn me. Thanks for the tip on my next outfit maybe
Here is maybe better quality on the details, but you are right I feel the same way it's to ''busy''
Deets on that shoes, please!
Gaziano & Girling ^
If it were a chalk stripe, I'd say it was fine- but dotted-line stripe is too much.
Sleeper cell, undercover bespoke.
I don't know that I like bengal stripes with any striped suit, honestly. Especially not purple stripes. I think it would work if the bengal stripes were smaller in scale, but it still wouldnt be as good as a solid shirt.
Agree with you. A solid shirt would be much nicer.
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