Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Thank you Sir.
Those are gorgeous.
Ok, as requested The lady in not so red, and yours truly in Steven Hitchcock Morning suit with the happy couple
and my lady in red on way to the dinner in the other wing
^ nice butler.
Can we all agree to use the spoiler when quoting images? Seriously, not that hard.
How much did you pay for this suit, if you don't mind me asking?
Very nice butler.
indeed. well done, moo.
M&S tweed-ish jacket
TM Lewin tie
Charles Tyrwhitt 90/10 wool/cashmere gloves
Howard Yount winter flannel (110s) trousers
Loake double monks
Looking great, JA.
End of day shot.
Tie was borrowed from my old father. I remember wearing it 15 years ago, in a college function. Shirt is light blue and the suit has a burgundy stripe which is hardly visible in the pic. I think he's not going to get the tie back
Great improvement Alex, keep it coming.
He was smart in getting rid of the tie. I think you should heed his subtle cue.
Thanks for your input, guys, I'm convinced.
As the day went by I started warming up to this look and think the tie actually looks ok when seen from 10 feet away... but that's not the case when looking at it closer.
Dad, here's your tie.
Channeling my inner Lane Price:
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