Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by VictorSFreturn, Nov 12, 2012.
I'm really enjoying this thread. Great work, Victor.
Victor, where are the photos from that suede crocodile belt
I'm sorry I forgot!
I will try to take a photo of the back of the pack and belt this weekend
Hurry up. Inside belt photos too.
fuuuuuuuuuu these pics of double monkstraps has convinced me to get a pair. Great thread, thanks for taking the time to take these pics and share them.
I love the overcoat and the pick stitching on the lapel of the suit coat, very nice.
Overcoat and jacket look nice. What brand(s)?
Not a fan of all the browns. I think it is the gloves in combo that are most bothersome. The pic where you stripped a bit is without the issue.
I do have to say that with all the no break love on this board, if you go that route the hem needs to be angled.
Floating barely about your laces is one thing, on the backside this height is just no good.
It is prevalent around these parts and I cannot understand why.
Obviously, for a pair of denim they are not constructed that way. Or did you have bespoke jeans made, Victor?
Did you jump in that ice hole to fish or hunt polar bear?
Coat, jacket, jeans, shirt - bespoke
Normal length jeans, I simply pulled them up when it was on the dirty snow, and forgot to lower them back to the shooting scene.
Hole, hunting and fishing - it's good! But polar bears went to a nearby park, I am not able to find any...
We know he's modelling, and we know who he's modelling for. But the looks are always interesting, in fact amongst the most worthwhile stuff posted here even when I don't like the specifics (the jeans in particular are not my favourites), and he's always very careful not to advertise for his employer directly so he's not breaking any forum guidelines. So he's very welcome.
Once again - I'm not a model! I am a regular customer a tailor. Many things that I have - all purchased at different places.
I work only for themselves.
And my business has nothing to do with fashion and tailors.
You really hurt me and that I was working for someone else and that I though I was an advertising model!
I just let my tailor to use my pictures. But I do not work for him!
And for all the things I'm paying real money lavishly his tailor, while having a small discount, which is not as great as you might think.
At this set point.
Or again I offended. Really offended.
Thank you for your understanding!
It's always been the l'OURS, before, during and after URSS/USSR/CCCP
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