Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Oct 7, 2016.
The third one is beautifully cut.
Unfortunately, "slim" is not an adjective
ever applied to me.
I really like number two (the DB). Also, I like the looks you've been posting.
Thank you for your kind words! Here is a few more:
Jacket by Cesare Attolini
Shirt by Brioni
Tie by Kiton
Shirt by Misternic
Suit by Sartorio
Tie by Kiton
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Interesting that the Brioni and Attolini raincoats are made of wool and silk
Most of them are created with fabrics such as Loro Piana's "Storm System", or treated with some special water repellents.
I enjoyed the past looks. Keep them coming!!
There will be more. Some great pieces are in...
Is this a summer weight or not something I could get away with wearing in LA in August?
It is quite lightweight, but considering it is fully lined and fully canvassed, it might not be the comfiest wear in LA during the summer. If you PM me what kind of suit are you looking for, I can browse the range for you and advise you. Just let me know!
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While most of the time we advocate for the conservative side of classical menswear, sometimes it is good to experiment and have some fun with our clothes. Free from any constraint, this look is made to be worn on the weekends. The striped blazer has a definite summer feel, paired with a henley, it is more urbane than riviera chic.
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