Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
You win some. You lose some.
@Tirailleur1 Come on, dawg, with that hat. You have some nice hats. This one isn't twerking, especially with this outfit which nice by the way. Thumbing fit despite hat. Also, that jacket looks like it could use some steam.
Your BnTailor shoulders work better for you IMO Tchoy. Would u agree?
Not that this is bad.
You're a Renaissance man Cleav- changing flats in a tailored fit.
But judging by the hairy lawn rite there I'm guessing that, like me, you're a Renaissance guy only when u have to be.
No judgement on Roy- he's helping them out if anything.
It's more that there are bums in wheelchairs, probably vets too;
Nicely presented YRR.
I think 'cardi' when i see that soft jacket, T, and not so much in a good way. I like the tie + tortiseshell frames. combo.
the cap works. it is actually a bluer seersucker cap irl
Could just be my white Aussie country boy coming out but I don't think caps ever look good with tailored clothing, regardless of if they are made from seersucker or cashmere or vicuna. I'm not a hat wearer but I think in pretty much all cases a full brim hat will look better.
Anyway, a shot of me from the Trunk Show we held last night - more of an action shot than a fit pic because i'd just bent down to get some ties from under the table for a customer, hence the wrinkled sleeves and accidental collar sprezz.
Something relaxed for the end of the week. The Friday Challenge is to wear a summer tie - I believe that today's qualifies.
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It's been a while...
The material isn't the problem. You hat has the structure of a trucker hat which I don't like. I'm wearing a unstructured seersucker hat below (from last June). You trying to cop my style, bro?
It's not the material at issue.
Jason - going the full Ned there I see...
@StanleyVanBuren , nice suit! I think it'd look better if the pants weren't so tight though.
Back to regular programming:
Presentation on a Friday....no casual at the office today
Solid charcoal suit, light blue shirt, fairly boring green, gold, blue pattern tie
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