Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
oh okay, I was so taken by the pic I didn't read the caption, but yep I've heard of the ancient thristy looms hand shuttle-ing silk or some such. I meant the Riviera type scenery.
Not sure of that shirt (as usual) but "thumbed" for overall awesomeness.
And I'll certainly acknowledge that it is one of many of my outfits that could benefit from an OCBD.
Linen/cotton pants from Banana Republic. 40%, coming to 47 dollars. Not turning that down.
Your shirt selections are simply an idiosyncrasy of yours that I am slowly coming to appreciate.
PRL Bradford dark grey flannel suit
Rmw Chelsea boots
Awesome. Errol Flynn 'stash FTW.
Flashy only by quite conservative standards; I like it.
This is not from Kotaro, but you're right re: the shoulder; it's a problem I always have and here it is already dealt with quite well; despite the clean line, this suit has zero padding, so sometimes, this crease still forms.
We were there on business and just had some time to kill before our flight left, so we went for a walk in Como. I always feel uncomfortable in a suit without tie. (Except for turtlenecks, which are awesome.)
briefcase/bag – Finamoreheadwear – Stetsongloves – Roeckltie – Cornelianipocket squares – Santo Stefanobelt – Churchcufflinks – Dunhillbracelet – Viola Milanoshoes – Trickerssocks – Pantherellajacket – Bespoketrousers/pants – Bespokeshirt – Bespokeperfume – Serge Lutens “Fumerie Turque”
Shirt and Tie Yellow Hook
Suit Franco Ercoles
Shoes Carmina x Epaulet
Recently in Como:
OCBD would have been a good option but most importantly, a shirt with such a wide spread collar says "strictly business" when worn with a tie IMO. Not sure if it's the lightning or just my phone but the fit would improve if the shirt was less saturated. Scratch that, it's my phone.
After a busy weekend, the simplest of attire for a foggy Monday.
Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - JAB
Braces - J. Press
PS - Alain Figaret
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
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