Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
It's been a while since I visited this thread, so much awesomeness. Keep up the good job!
Can I ask who makes those button downs? Amazing roll on them.
Gotta say, I love the purple socks.
Damn. Didn't know how ripped victor was.
Also nice that you gave the photographer a shoutout
New hair, tie* and shirt. With offwhite chino and tobacco suede chukka's.
[size=6pt]*Hard to tie; dimple next time.[/size]
It's a company called Camissima. I found them in Dubai and haven't seen it since.
Thanks, I think they surprisingly go with many things.
I'm scratching my head here, looking at your shirt collar... What's going on there - is the collar band really white? And if it is, why? :/
Howard Yount (square, pants)
Yea the band is white. Not sure as to why. It doesn't really bother me. It might explain why it was so inexpensive and I didn't notice when buying because I like Eton shirts especially when they are in the $75 category.
I find it a little distracting from the greatness of the ensemble. Looks awesome.
Thanks Greg. It makes sense and it's my only shirt like that. I can't wait for the brown herringbone blazer suit we did from Formosa. Gonna have a lot of fun with that
Pretty stoked for that one. Going to get a lot of use.
I thumbed you this time Victor, not for the fit (which remains thumbless as per your wishes), but for finally revealing your genius photographer.
She definitely deserves a thumbs-up. (And I bet she post-processed your iPad snap too.)
On another note, you have the most astonishing collection of bags. I'm sure I've seen at least eight or ten different ones in your hand over the past few weeks. Obsessive, much?
I suspect it's actually Camicissima. I have a few. They are an Italian company; however, my shirts were made in China from so-so cloth. They do also have a more expensive range which is made in Italy - I suspect your shirt may be one of those.
Channeling your inner VictorSF I see there, Coxy. All looks good, though.
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