Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Awesome jacket! Where did you get that from, may I ask?!
thats gotta be a barbour
It's changed to flannel three-piece weather.
Now THAT is one toasty-looking fit.
Nice before picture.
yeah sadly that doesn't look real good.
Corduroy Suiting from this past weekend.
Tie's actually burnt orange.
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First post, please don't be gentle I want to learn.
Yesterday - a couple hours spent outdoors in the cold at an art fair was the perfect excuse to break out the flannels for the first time this year.
Jacket & shirt - BB
Tie & trou - PRL
Shoes: C&J Peals
First time I've worn this jacket, which I picked up this summer at the BB clearance center in Garland. It needs a pressing. I thought I was buying a 41R, but had a pleasant surprise yesterday when I looked in the pocket and saw a 40R tag.
Is the SC black or navy?
javknot, your clothes are too tight. The width of your shoulder does not match the rest of the outfit, so it does not look normal.
More vintage: Knickers from the 40´s with a jacket from the 70´s and a waist coat from last season. (New knitwear)
Navy. Blue & burgundy windowpane.
Because you have a larger than average head (or at least compared to your shoulders), I'd avoid such narrow fits. Not a fan of that shirt's collar. I did like the sweater and jacket combination on the sleeve, but other more conservative members might feel otherwise.
[EDIT] Or maybe the jacket's too tight, which is making the proportions seem a bit off.
How often do you have to make repairs to your recent vintage purchases?
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