Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
That you do, and you're slender enough to be able to get away with it . . . bitch.
Haha, thank you! It's hard work and dessert control.
Have a safe journey, your stuff as well as yourselves. I think this jacket calls for less formal shirt, tie and trousers. The fit you did a while ago with a brown knit tie worked better, IMO (the controversy over the PS not withstanding)
I am sorry, but "dessert control" is an oxymoron
^ Nice, AC.
X-post from the summer tie challenge. Attended a wedding on Saturday which meant a rare (for me) chance to wear a suit:
tie is linen/cotton/silk from Howard Yount.
In the pink (shirt):
I went to Boston/Salem this weekend. I got this jacket from Bobby from Boston while I was there. I'm not sure about the pocket square. I tried a solid white, but wasn't feeling it. I kept everything else simple given given the boldness of the jacket.
Maybe no pocket square? Also, given the boldness of the jacket, why not go for a bold and loud pocket square as well? You aren't going to tame the jacket by using a white tv-fold. Go all out!
Reckon I'd give you a run for your money in the old age stakes. One day I'll be as brave as you and post a head shot...maybe I should anyway. Seriously, you have no problem with this clearly and with someone as good looking as Sander it would be mandatory, I'd think. So you think I should? Forget past skirmishes, it is a genuine question.
Check my join date.
Bit too much lapel, pocket flap stuff going on here for my liking.
Sander, this is just superb. I love the strength of that collar. Your easy poses and ready smile all add to an excellent look.
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