Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
that would be guaranteed.
I know there has been some love/hate debate over these in varying respects but I like 'em both
I'd love some help with this: http://www.styleforum.net/t/284682/...-plain-hem-i-e-no-gathering-at-the-waist/0_50
I know at least one Senior Member who would approve Parker's fingerless gloves.
Racing Green single vent 3 roll 2 cotton navy SC over Polo Golf black gingham l/s sport shirt and Levis 514s. Stupid vee neck gray tee wasn't deep enough.
Burn the Levi's because of their dad-jean color, and replace them with more honest, much less processed, denim. Then we'll talk.
Ok, actually the rest has potential.
Light jeans will make a comeback, and they're not a cardinal sin - but I'd agree in this case you'd better err on the darker side.
lose the jacket; replace shirt with black turtle neck. get a real pair of new balance.
Hah! I actually changed out of darker 505's just so there would be a greater sense of definition between the coat and the jeans. Oops. First instinct is the best, I suppose.
Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.
Dig: I think you can ignore the feedback above. The jeans could be a bit darker, but the color is fine as-is. If anything, the jacket looks a bit boxy. Is there any room to suppress that waist?
Sorry for the ghetto bathroom photos, I wasn't man enough to use to the full length bathroom mirror at the office.
I don't mean to pile on you Diggsy as the overall outfit is a fine weekend look. The jacket is a bit boxy as suggested, and this may be due to the proportions being off. Look how low the pockets and lower button are. It looks like a longer jacket has been over-aggressively shortened., either by you or the previous owner of you thrifted it.
What belt buckle did you use to make that belt?
Looks like a quick release buckle - you know - for when you need to drop trou in a BIG hurry.
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