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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
Good, I was joking. Great look.
Obviously, you've seen the movie "Serial Mom". Violating that rule can be fatal.
Beautiful combo. Who makes that tie? Nice burgundy Donegal
Im wearing white cords today and I look awesome. Suck itttt!
Nick, top pic super sleazy cool, bottom pic super serious cool. I like.
Eidos, from last fall's collection. Might still be a few hanging around at Bloomingdales.
Thanks for the kind words, Victor!
I'm assuming (because your knowledge of tailoring terminology clearly exceeds mine by copious amounts) that you're looking at the rippling/twisting of the jacket sleeves and explaining how that might be fixed? I'll take this feedback to the tailor thread at some point, since I wanted to get some overall feedback before my next commission anyway, but it may also just be the way I was standing and end-of-day rumples.
Regardless, your detailed reply is very much appreciated - even if I don't yet understand most of it
You all are some fantastic dressers that I aspire to grow into.
Hopefully this image is better than yesterdays it is a
Dark Blue with Light blue pin stripe
muted yellow tie
off white ps
socks are actually blue and yellow checkers
^ What CM said. All of it. Plus a smaller tie knot would do you right. Typically go for the four in hand - the knot your dad taught you.
Follow all of that advice and you'll have a great starting point.
Thank you - Thank you - Thank you!!!
@Caustic Man & @jcmeyer These are the words of direction I have been missing... THANK YOU!
It would appear that I remain in the "denial" grief phase as far as mourning the passing of Fall,
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Coming up for air for a minute to post a few pictures and then back to the grindstone:
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