Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
I am short! The wonders a well-fitting suit will do for you.
How short and how wide of a waist?
@mimo, I see.
Being liable only to oneself is a great thing to have.
Also, judging from your explanation your dress seems to reflect a lot of your personality and I think that's a great thing as well, at least as long as it's not into others peoples faces.
I might not agree with all your clothing decisions but I will be able to look at and judge them from another angle from now on.
Thank you. I think it's important to dress for oneself. Today, unusually bright - another linen number like the grey one, but three button. And no raspberry socks...
I've decided colored laces just aren't appropriate with a suit.
I think your collar would profit from a wider spread and longer wings.
As is I think the tie knot looks very big for the spare space that is given to it.
Crust those are a lot of shoes for donation, you are one generous gentlemen. Wow.
Señor Crust, say it ain't so! You're giving up on the Peal monks that were our sartorial connection. It feels like a small part of my internet world has died.
A fall morning calls for shawl and shell.
What can a tailor do to adjust the shoulders on a jacket?
Been a while ...
I have a lot of shoes left - trust me on this - and a Manhattan apartment. That is part of the motivation for the donation.
Giving up the BB Peals is the most painful of the donations, but the recent purchase of the black Finsburys, which I prefer (albeit slightly), and the lack of storage space in my apartment, it had to happen. Sorry, Mr. Butch.
Please excuse the jacket sleeve bulge. Shirt sleeve was rolled underneath.
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That's partly the angle re. tie knot, but you're quite right about the collar. This and yesterday's actually, part of a set of shirts I had done that I am not really getting on with. I'm in consultation with Dr Spoo about some ready-made additions.
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