Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
look almost as tall as me! lol.. how tall are you?
I absolutely love that SC, and I'm saying that as someone who doesn't like -
hacking pockets or
ticket pockets or
I think the lowish gorge here suits the rustic/olde worlde look, and the box check is a thing of beauty. Pattern matching really matters on a check like that. IMO If it's wrong it stands out like t*** on a b***. And tht lite blue
Pretty sure he is over 6'4"....from what I remember.
six foot twenty fucking killing for fun
Time to put away the hooch, Clags.
How are you settling in back home in the land of the free? It looks like your clothes survived the crossing intact.
Thanks! My one and only jacket with those details. My taste is a lot more sedate these days. This jacket was commissioned from John Cutler Bespoke close to 9 years ago as you can see his style is very English. My taste has changed a lot since then but I do enjoyed wearing this jacket from time to time.
I think they hit the sweet spot. These will never be unfashionably high or low.
Herringbone - Panta - Drakes (tie) - Kamakura - Henry Carter - Tricker's.
"The" Steven Hitchcock Lovat Tweed coat sans waistcoat and trousers - Moleskins and PS by Cordings - Turnbull & Asser shirt - Mariano Rubinacci cashmere tie - Burburry belt - Lobb suedes
Today marks my 4,000th post to AskAndy. I thought that I should post something distinctive in honor of such an occasion over there. I hope that today's attire is worthy of a numerical landmark posting.
Suit - Ralph Lauren Purple Label
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Hilditch & Key
PS - Brooks Bros.
Braces - Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - Tyrwhitt
Boots - Paul Stuart
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Pand! Welcome back!
Jacket is by Sartore.
I decided to do some crazy stuff here. (How unlike me.) TV-fold square is rarely seen peeping from a patch breast pocket, but I like the way this one (from @Henry Carter ) lines up with the jacket's windowpanes. It's also a precise colour match to the shirt.
The tie is a bright red and forest green knit from Nick Bronson, which resolves to brown from a distance. However the individual colours nicely dovetail with what's in the jacket.
Lenses are Cébé mountaineering goggles which I purchased in the early 80's and used to wear for skiing. Similar to what Lino Lacedelli was wearing when he became one of the first two men to summit K2.
I summited Martin Place in these today.
Any members from SW Ontario? This weekend is SuperCrawl in Hamilton, come check it out.
Getting a haircut today and looking forward to posting a new photo!
Attending two weddings in one day . . .
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