Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Well I ain't ghey so...
You know that I love casual suits. (All you plebs, please observe Parker.)
- What's with the origami lines on the cuffs on the pants?
- I like your thinking hiding buckle bling. Askew might be a bit too Hollywoodland for you, though. This is a good reason to own a belt with the sparest, barest buckle possible...or fully embrace the bling with a sterling slide.
pants are too long for me. so I just turned up the cuff. I need to get to the tailor soon and hack off an inch or so... waiting to see if this cotton will shrink any more after a dry clean or two.
thanks, I agree with you on the belt. I realize it's kinda douchey.. just having fun today (lapel pin ;-). the silver slide buckle is a good call. I'll look for one of those. I think J. Crew and Ralph have them.
this is good NYR, really good... what shoes?
My first post on this forum. Hello everybody!
lol thanks man!
I think the length of the shirt is throwing off the actual proportions... my thighs are similar in length to my torso methinks
Thanks guys - I'm def thinking about this but like Parker and a few have mentioned the shrinking after a wash, I just need to be weary of it when I chop.
Problem with sizing up is I get a billowing/curtain effect on the waist. My sunspel polo doesn't do it...but that's $100/pop... MTM is on the horizon but for now, I'd rather have the wimmenz stare at my chesticles
Shirt pulled down:
You need some casual suede derby's with that outfit, Ian. Nice shoes though.
I know it's breaking the rules, but I actually think the bals pair well with the cleanness of the chinos here.
Ian, what shoes, while we're on the subject?
Thanks! My shoe collection is limited from office dressy shoes to sneakers... still working on the in-between
Magnanni's - box says Style#12090
I see what you mean, kg. I think suede is more flexible/forgiving in its use than smooth leather.
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