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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
Green, purple, caramel brown, burgundy
@clarinetplayer I really like that suit of yours. I know some will say that brown suit - white shirt is a no no, but I still like it! Would've probably went with another tie, but it's not bad per se.
Murl, those trousers seem too light for the jacket. Good fit, still, as the shoes tie everything together. But I wish you had worn slightly darker trousers, or trousers in a warmer gray.
They aren't as light as they appear in the full shot, shoe pic is pretty accurate. I hear you though. I was going to wear a slightly darker pair of fresco trou, but grabbed these for some reason. Live and learn.
I'm so jealous of people who can wear fresco in March....
You wouldn't be if you saw my property tax bill!
One reason I left CA.
Dig the jackets, Pliny & Stitch.
New flat. Decided to decorate table with swatch books and playing cards, think that's quite fitting. Also using single swatch samples as coasters until further notice. Apologise for photos. Camera-person still in Cambridge.
Exquisite Trimmings (square)
Good day gentlemen. A lovely sunny pre-spring day here in Copenhagen. Back to sleet and rain tomorrow though..
WIW on Friday
Suit - G.abo Napoli MTO via SPIGA 3
Raincoat - Aspesi
Shirt - G.Inglese
Sleeveless cardigan - Morris Heritage
Pocket square - Rubinacci
Socks - Viola Milano
Shoes - Meermin
Great day of posts, gentlemen. Claghorn, is it simply that your peak-lapeled jacket catches my eye because it's an outlier, or have you been working it in to your rotation fairly often recently? Also, love that tie.
Sooo many good posts today, Murl, Anden, Don C. CP, Claghorn, Steffen all stood out as A+ fits, and the ones I didn't mention are still light years ahead of me and most of the folks out there.
And then there's InStitches...In the top ten of this run of the thread for me. Wow.
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