Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
The real Shah
I'm actually a Carolina boy, and while it is still fairly warm here (high sixties) I work retail so we're encouraged to wear the current seasons garb.
The tie is by Breuer
I had the shirt made with eyelets but with the shirt being a club collar it is intended to be worn with a pin. Regardless of the eyelets the holes would come out with a washing, especially with the Royal Oxxford fabric the shirt is made of.
Kill the tie with fire.
I like the jacket.
The tie, there may be a jacket it will work with...but this is not it. I don't think anyone can get away with more than one type of that fabric in a single outfit. It's almost like a 1970s den with the drapes coordinating with the couch.
Close enough. Don't hurt 'em, Hammer.
Southern, use socks. Looks better that way if you ask me.
I don't know. I get your point, it's a weird tie and I'm sorry the picture doesn't really show the knot, but I like it. I got it for 2 Euros in a second hand shop, so nothing wrong there. Maybe you guys would wear it with a plain grey jacket? I actually got a lot of compliments on todays outfit. So I guess as long as it works with the ladies...
And thanks, Claghorn
I can't tell if you're being serious or not. I usually don't make comments like that, but that post/picture he put up is ridiculous.
I think he's an active poster in Streetwear. In any case, it's still streetwear because you wouldn't wear that in any situation that requires strictly MC.
A bathroom classic
lol. feel better A. sorry about the fall.
lol, looks great.
lololol. i think most people dont appreciate the turtlenecks, but you and rje do it well. if the thread is filled with those, im game.
i can assure you, post count and post quality have no correlation.
shah brah - i cant rock that stuff, but i like your style, buddy.
Cue GDL: You don't understand the fashionz!
Not referring to Shah's hat/tshirt/jacket combination, but his other two posts (the suit with the odd fit and the jellyfish pants): I would definitely like to see more examples of Western MC heavily influenced by the sartorial traditions of other countries.
Pulling out a double gun and going to the party.
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