Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Hahaha, well I started with the 4 tips but it kept falling down so I changed it to this.
Thank you for the feedback. That's why I joined the forum. I'm still at the basics of mixing colors and definitely have a hard time imagining some green or blue in this attire. Could you please give me an example of what you would change please?
^Whenever I see your handle I can't help but think that you are some kind of vacuum cleaner one might keep on their boat.
Wrong thread! There's one in Streetwear&Denim.
This is a hard thing to get the hang of. If you do not have an eye for pairing colors then really all you can do is study combinations you like and hone your eye from there. It complicates things to not know the true colors at play. It's very hard to get a color to come out on a monitor as it does IRL. So advice on the internet will rarely be correct or as good as it could be.
Basic rules are that richer, darker colors compliment one another. When you are dealing with a wine color (as you seem to be doing here) you want to focus on colors and textures that compliment one another. Think bottle greens, dusty blues, textured navies, deeper mauve, etc. Colors should never directly match. Instead a shirt, PS and tie should all play off one another in an effort to tie a look together.
awe shucks, thanks, jrd.
Jacket is way too short
Do you ever swing and miss? Not that I've seen . . . .
Too baggy . . . . I get you are a short, stocky guy but those pants are like sails
Adjust the jacket to the correct length as well
You guys are PWNing the FU sportcoats today.
Where did you go for dinner?
^^ fred, lookin downright killah!! ^^
^Who is the guy in the background?
Oldie, but goodie
He's holding the black spot in place.
Cafe de France up in Plano.
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