Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Digging the earth tones on both of these looks muchly today.
His style is nice, and I like a lot of his get ups. Some less than others, and not so much the accessories, but so what. The stitching looks poorly done rather than flashy in a way commensurate with his style. It's just too tight and coarse. Contrast that with something like Borrelli, who probably overdoes their stitching to my eye, but it looks like it is done with a skilled hand.
thanks, youre probably right. live and learn.
sadly my fit pics are few and far between, as i rarely get the chance to wear anything nice. my job isnt suited ( ) for it.
SF's uploader compresses them automatically I think. If you click it, and then open it in a new window/tab, it looks much better. Nice fit. Collar looks a bit small/squashed-down for you perhaps.
That's a very cool "ugly" tie, if you know what I mean.
Oh dear... lol...
Cue the pink shirt brigade:
Victor have more photograph compositions in archive than Mother Russia have IL-2 Sturmovik in 1944!
Carpet bombing of WAYWRN with pics of happy set of clothes make Victor new king of WAYWRN!!
King Spoo hide his head in shame, and cower in fear of Victor and his arms of athelete!
Victor will break you!!
p.s. Have a Good Dog!
nice to job translator for mike
thanks, clicked on it and comes up fine i think the shirt has shrunk, its a bit old. maybe thats whats up with the collar.
Thank you too.
Great look, a subdued Spoo. Though I think the scale of the lapels and collar could call for a bigger tie knot.
It's Fall already? Why didn't anyone tell me?!?!?
I would like more highly polished calf (Ethan Desu-style), but I prefer calf to patent.
Nancy Boys Unite!
Is the scarf too much? Can I get away with the t-shirt
incotex chinolino pants
Hermes t shirt and jacket
Gravanti chocolate croc shoes
Thanks as always for your help.
I dig it! It's hard to pull off that color (especially in the summer), but I can see it working especially in historic Philly.
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