Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
erik is straight killin it.
Damnit, you're right! How could I miss that. I hope it will slide, because I don't have time to take any more FC pics this week.
Hmm, I actually can't remember the brand atm. It's a semi acoustic, pretty nice to play on, but not one of my best guitars though.
I hope you meant acoustic-electric guitar...
I settled on Taylor 614CE. What is your best guitar?
Of course, I always mix those up. It's an acoustic-electric guitar. My best guitar is probably an old Fender Stratocaster from the 60's (I've just promised to sell it to an old friend who is more likely to play on it though). I mostly play on my no-brand acoustic guitars nowadays.
That Taylor is a really nice guitar! My brother in law has one and I've tried it out at his place a couple of times.
What I like about that suit is the way the skirt under both buttons is cut rounder than usual which makes the jacket open nicely and somehow elegantly. And the frontraise is just high enough to make that possible without a glimpse of tie, belt and/or shirt being seen.
No blue today. The tie is brown. Maybe brown socks would have been better.
E Grayson's for shoes?
Challenge or no challenge, this is one of my favourite fits of recent weeks. Lovely proportions, fabrics, colours - everything basically.
Based on the fret markers and weird rosette, almost certainly NOT a Gibson.
thanks! and reg the rise of the pants....yes. that was a huge factor in me keeping this suit. much different than my standard.
Thank you FM! I was quite pleased myself that the weather allowed me to bring out this SC again. Unfortunately the blue window panes DQ'ed med from the FC though
You are correct gentlemen, this is one of my no-name guitars. I'll probably get a Gibson one day, but for now I'm pretty set.
Very astute observation which I missed in my sweeping generalisation of Oxxford a few days back.
How you gon' talk about the narrow lapels on my gray jacket?
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