Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
That's a nice look, JHT.
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Steffen, looking good! Shirt collar looking a bit flaccid tho...could be time to upgrade to a sharp cutaway?
The colors and fabrics are delicious. The cut of the suit is very flattering, though the patterns are misaligned and I'd prefer larger lapels. I would recommend a heavier shoe (wider last, Norwegian welts) as well.
@DonCologne really liked those two last outfits, Don.
Question: do you edit the pics? They look a bit over-saturated in my screen.
You are right Foxx. Thanks for thefeedback. . I will check out your suggestion. Are they available online in Europe ?
Yes I do normaly auto level, lighter or darker and more sharpness.
Edit: I made a display calibration and changed some settings. I hope that further outfits will look better.
Casual Friday at security guard headquarters. I think the shoes may not be formal enough for the outfit. I am really digging these pants though. I like the fuller cut and drape.
I picked up this cardigan about a month ago. I usually take off my jacket and change in to it Mr. Rogers style when I get home from work. I wore it out to the movies last night.
AS, love the trouser fit. I think the tattersall vest brings the formality of the fit down enough that the shoes work fine.
Yep, those are some nice trousers.
Shoes are fine, IMO, so far as level of formality goes. They're Oxfords, and would work well with many suits in fact. One might even argue that any shoe much more formal would almost require a suit, if one wishes to follow tradition.
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