Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Here, here, Nii.
T.I Sucks .
That's how awesome the suit/look is, I didn't even notice he wasn't wearing one.
Thanks for the translation!
I agree, more coarse and brutal boots would be appropriate to the bike
archive "Indiana Jones":
Here goes my first post...ever...
So I'm 6'10", played college basketball and graduated with a closet full of sweats, basketball shorts and 3XL Foot Locker tees.
Almost 2 years into my business job, I figured it was time to finally upgrade my work wardrobe from my pair of black eckos (that I wore with everything, including khakis ) and a few pairs of double pleated pants (apparently not flattering for tall thin people)
I've been upgrading the past couple months, focusing first on fit, much easier said than done for me, quality over quantity, and attempting color combinations
So here's what I wore today...
Sorry for the terrible quality, the colors are truest in the right picks, though the belt and shoes are both black
Moderntailor MTM shirt
Bruno Magli shoes
- do I need to send over a photographer & not my Sistah as there is some really bad distortion going on..
- is that shirt collar too big?
& my BUKKAKE roll goes to :
- easy TightBoy as my Niece (10) & Nephew (7) will have words with you as they are very protective of their Mom
GMS FU Plaid day
* more at you know where
No, it's Italianboy my asian friend .
How many gig of material do you have ? Nice briefcase, but i think you should try to match your suit with different shoes. This makes the overal look a bit to mutch 'blue' .
Ну ничего себе...
You have probably forgotten the most important photo from that session.
No need to thank me.
Yes, it is important photos!
Suspenders for socks - they rule!
The main thing - do not accidentally go to the bar "Blue Oyster"
Excellent photo and a combination!
From the archive: "Sent James"
Suit: deep dark blue
^ bit late for marching season.
Photos from the "archive" made a long time, at different times of the year.
And the fact that wearing right now - spread under the headline "Today"
If the "Blue Oyster" reference was from the movie Police Academy, you made me lol hard
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