Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
But, seriously, I got nothin' for that.
Or the toff who allegedly had his butler wear his suits for a year to break them in before he would wear them himself? BTW misfire for you today. I am biased against showing your underwear (t shirt) but even moreso against wearing no collar under a suit or sports jacket. Just looks all wrong to me, and as I have a long neck worse than ever on me.
Here's another chance for you denim snobs to hate on my Levis. Don't say I never gave you anything.
I just can't seem to tame that PS. He's not content to stay behind the curtain.
So I leave for a week to have a baby and I come back and all anybody is doing is arguing about grammar. Seriously, semicolons?
TB, I don't think anyone hates levis, just those levis. Honestly this might be the best SC + Jeans I have ever seen you do. Colors are great and the fit isn't too bad. I think you could drop the PS and it might be better.
edit - a dark brown suede shoe might have taken this outfit to a different level.
You had a baby?
didn't know dudes could do that. any stretch marks?
Warm Friday visiting the parents
Shirt - JCrew
Watch - Timex
Belt - Custom
Pants - Gap
Shoes - Alden
Not feeling the bottom half here. I have no opposition to red pants, but these are a bit loose, and coupled with the cuff they look...sloppy? I'm struggling for a better word but can't find it
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This is great stuff, though I'd cuff them a bit lower. It'd help with the proportions.
Tirraileur see my response to Holdfast about showing your underwear and wearing suity jackets with no shirt collars. Just looks wrong to me, and your pics make your torso look about 1 foot long.
Nice blazer and PS, dunno about the skids.
I like the look a lot, I just think the black belt throws it off. With a brown belt that more complements the cigar longwings, it would be hot fiyah.
An open-necked shirt with a jacket, though a popular "look" today, also looks wrong to me; but a roll-neck pullover looks fine under a tweed jacket in the colder seasons.
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