Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
^ As always, EliodA, superb!
Nice jacket @thefoxtooth!
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Great as always, Victor.
Do you have a local bespoke tailor in Russia, or do you go overseas for this service?
I can't imagine it's easy to find top quality tailoring there, but I may be wrong - hence the question.
A piece of clothing from my wardrobe was made by local tailors, and later substantially altered by tailors from Italy (coming to my country). Another (small) part of things was initially sewn Italian tailors.
Yet the start to another work week, and it's only just beginning to warm up here in NYC, hence the wintry look. At least my braces today are yellow - maybe they will encourage the weather to get warmer.
Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - PRL
Cufflinks - Penhaligon's
PS - Robert Talbott
Braces - BB
Shoes - Finsbury, Paris
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Cap - Christy's, via Thomas Farthing, London
Scarf - Johnston's of Elgin
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Very good and right for you style and colors of the costume!
This "autumn" earthy range of colors - this is what suits you best and looks a winner for you than dark and gloomy shades of color (in my subjective opinion).
I am very glad to see your choice today. It is really suitable for you style!
Thank you, Victor. You are hardly alone in your estimation that I look better in lighter colors, and earth tones, and, if the weather in NYC ever warms up a bit, I'll break out the lighter grey and brown suits. Spasibo!
O Man!! This is great!
So many details. All done to perfection.
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