Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
How long did it take you to think that one up.
Unlike all your compatriots at B&T, you seem to not favor the super tapered pants look. Just a preference?
The color combo of shirt and tie does you no favor.
The suit gives you a triangular look: little shoulder and wide hips; feminine like.
Feedback invited, but, I mean, I know I broke some rules. That's kind of the point, n'est pas?
(Lino Sentiero shirt, Cappelli tie, Caruso jacket, Calabrese PS)
Love this look. Some will say it's a little bit matchy-matchy and Easter-y, but it does it for me! Maybe it's just that I really like pale lavender shirts.
Incontro, are the trousers navy or really dark grey? I love your looks, but this one, I'm not fond of the lack of shade difference between the coat and trousers. I must've spent 2 minutes trying to see if it was a suit or not.
It's probably your monitor, on mine it's clearly not navy and not a suit
hey, glad you had a good time in Detroit! I'm from Windsor, but I spend 90% of my time in Detroit. It is a great city if you know the hidden gems it has to offer.
I'm not the best at following the rules, but this seems like a fairly solid, rule following fit to me. Anyway. I like it a lot except for the shoes.
that back is so clean
those brown pants are a great choice. i'd like to rock ths look
its a thumbs down on the yellow from me. otherwise good!
From the Friday challenge (if yellow ties count as a broken rule).
You are wrong to dislike my shoes. Because they're the business. Anyway, my transgressions: Orphan suit jacket French cuffs with odd jacket Spread collar with odd jacket Narrow tie with no divot Braces on pants with loops (unseen)
I don't think with your hair those colours do you any favours. Browns and greens are obvious but for business I would stick to greys in various shades and subtle patterns.
The shirt and tie don't gel at all. Don't like check shirts with a suit anyway and barely with a sport coat.
The suit material looks cheap.
The shoes are beyond comment.
Sorry, but you wanted feedback.
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