Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by unbelragazzo, Mar 29, 2013.
-French blue shirts
-Double collar... any of that "accent" fabric shit
The typical high street "stripes on stripes" shirt and tie set.
I'm not a fan of the tan shoes with navy suit look, but this is an overstatement as is including it on this list.
What about black shoes with any kind of tan pants?
And clunky loafers with suits
If you're going to allow loafers with suits then I don't see the point to excluding only certain shapes. I could see forbidding moccasin-style loafers (except for Guccis) but allowing welted styles, though. I lean in that direction myself, but I might do it with a cotton or linen suit. I'm much more open to the idea of loafers with suits than most, though.
You mean no Cleverley? Glad I found out now. I will make sure to get rid of mine.
There's a big difference between square toe and chisel
Tux with vents...
How about that scarf in your photo?
How about jackets without pocket squares, full Windsor knots, skinny lapels...
Jackets without pocket squares?
Buttoning the bottom button of a jacket.
Doing up a shirt's top button when not wearing a tie...
Agreed on this one. It still shocks me that people even do it. I thought everyone knew this.
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