Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Victor, you should have this tailor ease up on his stitching. it is too brutal now.
No. Sid mashburn/tiebar/Alden.
Glad so many people were touched by my wooliness.
I liked Vintage Gent's linen suit...
Didn't you just come back from vacay!?!!?
And btw, like this get-up; specifically the shoes and cuff links. Bravo Sir.
Quote: I for one consider you a big + to this forum. It's jealousy. There's a little bit of it in all of us. Too bad isn't it? Keep posting please.
I may be in the minority here, but I don't think this one works. Maybe, for cocktails at ones own home with close friends, but not for public affairs/events. Bowtie is too big. Shoes are not patent. Blue velvet jacket with contrasting lapels? Hmmm ...
+1 On this. Although I don't post in this thread, I always lurk and have always enjoyed your posts. So yes Victor, please keep posting!
Yeah right, this is not the official attire and smart casual, for fun
This is a remarkable coincidence that it was yesterday, I decided to upload only one outfit today, and one costume and archive. Since a lot of photographs too tiring.
Now I'm going to do just that.
It's funny that such a conclusion is arrived at the same time and you and me!
On your clothes today: a great set! I like it very much!
I can put on a tie and shirt slightly different shades. But this is nit-picking, sorry.
- great dinner suit!
- may I suggest you get larger or wider collars as they are consistently letting you down
Borderline flannel day..
* details @ you know where (I hope)
+1 At least until the Chinese get here.
Eeww! Er ... I mean, ewe.
Spoo never seems to be more than a few weeks away -- in either direction -- from a vacation. I envy that.
Are these the Dunhill smoked MOP cufflinks? I've been looking for a pair of those for ages...
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