Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
I think Rob looks great. While the shirt has a contrast collar, something about the collar roll and fit gives it a casual vibe which jives with the chinos.
very neutral on this. Kinda looks like you're wearing a pair of danskos.
Look, all we can do is take the photos you post and comment on them. In this particular set of photos, you look like you're wearing a super-fitted shirt with sorta looser jeans. It lacks balance as it is shown. I have no problem with the jeans, the shirt would make me look like I have jaundice, but would probably fit me. BB ESF right? Pretty much all I own. You look like you work out some so, bang, tighter fit.
Your other fits have been pretty solid. This one wasn't so much. Something seemed off so I commented on what I saw.
WTF 36 C? Wasn't it the winter from hell three weeks ago? Fit looks fine to me though.
Lazy day at work, still playing with the blue/grey/brown palette, but a bit more saturated and more pattern. Too many shiny fabrics for my taste though.
not pictured are my obnoxious purple fair isle socks
They're a '47 501. That's not a "loose" jean by any means. I think it fits him immensely well.
again, talking balance between top and bottom, I was fine with the fit of each item individually (i don't like that particular color shirt, but that's personal).
those pants don't fit well. shirt looks fine.
Contrast collars suck. Unless you're Gordon Gekko. Or a subordinate. Then they're acceptable.
I can't get over the fact that it looks like you're wearing a ladies jacket and clogs.
rise/thighs? or am i missing something.
look like... an upside down triangle
don't look good
If you force me to guess, I would say that you ended up using the sink.
Am I right?
Perimeter plantings in back yard give fit a nice, suburban feel.
Stone retaining wall a respectful nod to early Incas.
Deck material looks just about right for clog dancing.
Due South is probably left in the photo, in case you get lost in the yard.
Action pic on bike. A DSLR is not really cut for the job...
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