Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
I think garza grossa grenadines have enough texture that they effectively function as patterns (unlike, say, shantung--or other forms of texture like weaves for suits/SCs/trousers). For me there's enough of a visible repeating pattern in a garza grossa that you couldn't pair it with a similar-size pattern in a shirt (like a gingham).
I like this fit... not sure why is not getting any love
Tie and jacket color are neither close enough nor far enough apart. Shoes and pants are too close in color. Basically, it's blue on top, brown on bottom.
My father left me almost the exact same overcoat as the above Camel coat in pic 1 and 3. Probably from the 60's from Beau Brummel Forest Hills, NY....Do you think it's possible to take a coat like that in maybe 4-5 inches in the chest/torso to fit me? He was sort of barrel chested and alas I am not...
Pant creases are dead but really?
Wear pink to raise breast cancer awareness. X-post from challenge.
Anden, also wonderful
I don't want to say who inspired the pose above so I'll just Cleav it to your imagination ...
Cheers. Today or yesterday?
Large-weave grenadines are a texture, not a pattern. Sorry, heldentenor, but fiddlesticks to you.
Here's me trying to look like I don't give a shit, in Martin Square on this beautiful Sydney afternoon.
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Great, for several reasons.
My first post here on Styleforum after some months of reading.
What I wore yesterday (yes, I had something in my jacket pockets):
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