Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
I find anything in paisley highly tasteful.
I'd rather be wearing my Robbie Keane jersey and drinking beer, but this is what I'm wearing. Shirt is a light blue striped chambray.
I dunno about anything paisley but I happily accept the compliment - thank you!
This is actually the only paisley tie I own because there's such a narrow band of them that I can get behind.
If I've been a dick about it, you've read that into it; I try not to project things onto people (which is what you're doing). I'm sorry, but, if anyone's trolling around here, it's you trolling me. Just let me critique like anyone else has the right to do, and ignore my comments, if you want to.
Thanks, Chu! And thanks to everyone for the thumbs yesterday; haven't been posting here for a while since starting a new job... time to commence slacking once again
PS too close to SC, but I like it, anyway. I always like an oxford best with an SC like that.
Well, you know, Korean, Presbyterian, preacher's kid - brings out all sorts of possibilities for expiatory kinks in the libido.
The brand may have a military background, though I believe the original shop is in Eton.
As for the cuffs, they can indeed be unbuttoned and turned back.
To each his own - I favor flamboyant ties when I can get away with them.
Now a paisley jacket...there must be some way to wear that.
You can never hold back spring.
Jacket, shirt & trousers - Whitcomb & Shaftesbury
Tie - Turnbull & Asser
PS - Kent Wang
Shoes - Loake
Crusty, your wit and linguistic proficiency never cease to brighten my day. "Expiatory kinks in the libido" is a beautiful and deft turn of phrase.
Posting this fit as a bit of self-critique: this fit called for a warmer tie. Might be all the excuse I need to snag this one: http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/unlined-and-handrolled-brown-cashmere-tie.html
AMAZING. I am getting a sportcoat like that and I cant wait to rock it like that. Amazing
Absolutely no offense meant by this comment but ... The thing I always admire most in your pictures are those amazing looking speakers.
Like todays outfit, they are british and handmade; Living Voice they're called.
Back in the saddle after a break
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