Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
One of those rare occasions where a black polyester garment shouldn't be frowned upon!
This is no way to welcome an employee back from vacation. So sorry to hear this.
Thought of you as I ran yesterday morning along Wacker and Wabash and the Riverwalk. I saw all of your photo shoot sites.
Wish the best for you.
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What fabric is that? Reminds me of the H&S fabric of a jacket of mine.
Victor, your pieces are just excellent. Love the orange tie.
That's right, it's H & S.
From this tissue, but in different colors, I sewed suits 7: light blue, sky, blue, light coffee, dark brown, light gray and beige.
This suits was sewn from fabric mixtures of Holland & Sherry: wool S-130 25% + silk 40% + linen 35%.
Weight of the fabric 230g.m.
Lining a jacket part, only on the front shelves, sleeves m top back.
Lining Sleeveless cuprates, the rest of the lining silk.
Buttons made of bone.
Light Blue 479 307
sky 479 308
blue 479 304
light-coffee 479 302
dark brown 479 303
light gray 479 309
beige 479 300
This is mine.
Victor, lovely briefcases!
from the archives:
It is truly amazing what you are able to do with such a limited wardrobe, sir.
Victor, of the set of pictures you recently posted, what jumps out at me the most is the lapels. i think the shape of your lapels could use some work. I think you could probably do with a straighter lapel line (no belly) and more roll. It would be a lot more flattering and look more "tasteful" (using tasteful in quotes because i think this is relative).
Your shoe shine though is something to envy ... lol.
Victor's wardrobe is making me feel incredibly inadequate. I'm gonna have to block him to keep my self esteem from plummeting.
Victors wardrobe is shaping up to make Vox's look inadequate.
I've changed my mind and no longer want to be a fireman when I grow up. I want to be a middle-class Russian.
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