Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
Great ensemble! Love the color and texture coordination with the corduroy jacket, vest, tie and pocket square, with Fall / Winter season colors to compliment (burgundy vest and brownish shoes). Great stuff!
AWKWARD!!! the occasional navy pent, grey odd jacket or a neat-with-an-SC can be forgiven but double glen check isn't cricket
u guys rok. So Sander decided to give up the gloves?
Funny thing is: in west Germany, where I come from, "Berliner" means this doughnut-like pastry. But in Berlin, this doughnut-like pastry is called "Pfannkuchen" which in the rest of Germany is, and literally means, "pancake". "Berliner Pfannkuchen" as in the wikipedia article: I have never heard that term before. Seriously.
Yeah yeah, I stood in the corner for a while after I realized.
And in Holland, "Berliner" means some kind of sausage to eat with your bread. The Berliner Berliner is called "Berliner Bol"
Yeah, it's Sunday...
Ironically enough, the only place where I've ever seen "berliners" sold under that name was in Madrid (and they were enormous - about twice the diameter of the one in the spoilered picture). In America, the term used to describe such a pastry is a "jelly doughnut".
I prefer the term KRAPFEN over Berliner or Pfannkuchen. It's just so angry.
In dominicis Adventus.
J Press jacket
Brooks Bros OCBD
Wool tie (liturgically correct)
x-post from MC Casual:
Just out and about today. Still getting some wrinkles out of the SC (shipping related).
Formosa, Rota, Mazzarelli, Rider Boot Co.
I am shocked that Germans are unable to get the jelly in the middle of the doughnut. It's so...un-German.
I'm sure they can but you don't know the hole story.
A plaid grey jacket with a deep purple tie is a dapper look for the Winter Season! Especially given that you hail from Wolverine State!
^ Well it's certainly better than maize and blue!
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