Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
Gerry - doesn't that tie make you want to snap your brim down, stick your hands in your jacket pockets, lean against a wall and be louche?
I have nightmares about DC and AAS playing six-pattern bingo.
Cut out the Thai food and the Fosters late at night - the nightmares will cease.
Today's promises to be rather grey here in NYC, and perhaps a bit damp by the evening. Taking as little notice of this as I can, here's today's attire.
Suit - BB MTM
Shirt - Ike Behar
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - The London Badge & Button Co.
PS - Robert Talbott
Shoes - Bexley, Paris
Overcoat - Adolfo
Hat - Scala
Scarf - Hickey Freeman
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
SB, Moss, Garry, Pliny, good stuff.
I am still working on rebuilding my suit collection. Until then, here's a 38R throwback.
Nice, Noodles. You better ask for a shoe shine out for Christmas.
The shoe shiner (me) has been very lazy lately.
Ugh, that tie was bought specifically for THE PoW.
How I wish I could have it.
!!! Maybe I'm more a product of current trends than I'd like to admit, but the higher / upward-pointing gorge looks better to me.
Heyo, casualin' it down a bit today. You can always tell when my wife takes my pics instead of me setting it on a table because when she takes them, they aren't pics at crotch-height.
Unnecessary layers for 50° weather
BB cotton sweater
Black Fleece OCBD
Banana Republic chinos & rain jacket
Alden #8 cordovan gunboats
@The Noodles You have a fairly long neck. Have you tried a slightly taller collar? It would also prevent your tie from poking above the top of the collar.
"Pattern frenzy" compared to my usually rather conservative outfits
Browns and blues
For a gloomy Tues
I know the pants have mo break than most on this thread prefer (exaggerated from the boots). Haven't been able to get myself to go less than this.
Skoab (Carmina boots)
I didn't know I had a long neck. LOL
Is this collar better?
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