Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
I like the cut of those shoulders Nabilmust
edit: snap Helden-
Long time no post.
Caruso silk linen plaid jacket
Finamore solid blue shirt
Kiton cashmere chocolate + emerald striped 7 fold tie
Thrifted English ancient madder pistachio geometric pocket square
Panta silk linen chocolate pants
Gaziano & Girling chocolate suede loafers
I consider adding handstitched monograms from woven gold thread to the jeans.
Seriously, it was a casual affair, I was lying on deck chairs...
Re: shoulders. Tried out a new tailor and I requested natural/soft shoulders and no roping. There's minimal padding. It does appear at some angles that there's some roping, but there really isn't, see:
Thanks Cleav, you are far too kind.
That's an AMF topstitch if I'm not mistaken? (Apols NM if it's actually handwork - who was your tailor on this one?) A topstitch like this can help to give softer shoulders a bit of shape resembling light roping in my experience.
You're probably right. This suit was made by Suitshop so @Romp 's going to be helpful. Not handwork, IIRC.
Thanks helden. Though, to be fair, I like to fly the flags of both Australia and Singapore
We were the prisoners!
Superb, love that suit! Deets please?
@Cravate_Noire , but I wantttt moarrrrr!
Thanks man. Its the now defunct Polo Garrison by Corneliani
In this case, those 2 words shouldn't have been mixed IMO.
These are very "denim trouser," leading to mixed feelings and flashbacks to embarrassing middle school memories.
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