Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by aj_del, Jul 12, 2010.
Actually, I dig that one for you.
you don't find the lapels huge ?
I have this (http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/shop/pau...t-suit-the-byard-pdxl-9756-r20-2/product.html), this (http://www.ahfashion.com/Double_Breasted_Suits/2322 - a Hugo Boss suit... this was the closest picture I could find to what I have, mine has been tailored), and an Isaia suit that looks like this (http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/1842/yfyf20080602reqv3.jpg). The Paul Smith 40L suit fits beautifully and is my favourite suit, hands down.
I just recently started working full time, and need a couple of more suits. Workplace isn't overly conservative, but is definitely business formal setting. This is the list I've been looking at: http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/Categories.
** I also like this, but doesn't make sense buying this as a workhorse suit (and I always associated tan with spring/summer, yet this one is wool) http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-13606/Ralph-Lauren-Suit-cln--39L-fdsh-40L/Detail
Any input is appreciated gentlemen! Not opposed to buying two, perhaps a navy and mid grey.
Heads up if you wear a 40L, Caruso suits are cut notoriously short.
Aye I'm 6'4", thanks for the heads up.
Maybe part of the reason I like it.
Too light for a classic grey suit ?
Definitely on the edge, but it still fucking amazing, so I'd say go for it.
The other reason for the hesitation is all the grey flannel suits I already have
Sure, it's too light if you want to look like everyone else. But, it's magnificent, like something out of Apparel Arts. Buy it without hesitation.
Is that from Polo?
Sartoria partenopea on eBay from Morigi Milano
But you don't have THAT shade of gray!
I know BR gets little love on this forum, but I would like a dark brown coat to wear with button-ups/sweaters. Thoughts on this coat? If not, an alternate suggestion?
The RLPL shirt, the gray trousers, brown cardigan, brown suede belt, purple tie and AE strands. What do you guys think about the combination?
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