Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
To me, the biggest (and easiest) improvement would be to shorten the trousers. They're a good bit too long. Other than that, your suit fits you better than most that I see! And while I'm not crazy about the tie, I don't think it's ugly.
Hmm... Not quite, but nice pants! I guess that is close enough.
This is generally good, but what are you doing with your tie here? It looks like you're trying to copy something you've seen in Esquire or GQ - too deliberately #menswear.
Nah, he's just copying me from last week (which didn't get your approval either )
Not really. This is the one model that I liked.
I love some of Grand Seiko design but I've never seen it in life, maybe it is not so pretty as I think
Like your knot a lot more than mine.
I have one silly rule, though: Only one attempt tying my tie every morning. So I have to live with the result
haha, just messing with you!
Wandering well outside of my sartorial comfort zone with an ocbd, wool tie, and a four in hand
EDIT: Both the wool tie and the ocbd were post SF membership purchases. The wool tie passes and I'm getting a few more. I don't know how I feel about ocbd, but I already picked up a couple and doubt I'll need more anyway.
Same. Unless I totally get my lengths off, I don't overly fuss. Unless you were going into a business meeting, I think the knot is fine.
This may have looked better with a blue shirt, but I was in court this morning. So, white it is.
So, how does a tab collar play in court? And are you saying a blue shirt is taboo for court?
(in any case, very cool look)
More vintage/second hand: Jacket Hugo Boss, trousers Polo RL, waist coat Reiss, shirt Nino Danieli, tie Cristian Dior
Escorting 91 year old mother to a country wedding
Tails by Steven Hitchcock, bespoke boiled evening shirt and detachable collar by Budd.
Yes I know about the PS, had just been in use!
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Butler you look excellent, I hope you and your mum had a great time
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