Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
How can you possibly criticize this, and miss this?
^ Finally, a start.
It reminds me of this:
So I let it go. Don't get me wrong you look like a fucking clown, as usual. However, there was a bit of a nostalgic feel in it, so I let it go. Tacky shirt and shoes aside, this jacket looks better on you than the others I've seen.
My OJFC was for all of you.
Venturing into the wilds of RW&D (ranchwear and denim)
very nice Sugar... perhaps a little accessorization? An axe, firearm, or chainsaw?
This sweater isn't working; it's too big around your stomach so it makes you look fat.
Maybe you're right about TKE, but his last two looks have been better than anything else because he looks comfortable in his own skin.
Hope the second date's as good as the first, TKE.
You need a snap-front western shirt, SB. Looks nice out there. It's raining and gloomy in SF today.
I really like this. I need to get some lapel flowers.
We got back today from an extended weekend where we celebrated my MIL's 70th birthday. The weather was spectacular, though. High 80s/low 90s during the day, low 60s at night.
I'll pass on the snap-front shirt, at least on the ranch. I couldn't bring myself to wear a cowboy hat either. It felt too much like playing dress up. Plus, most of the actual cowboys wore baseball-type caps and either standard-button shirts or t-shirts. Hell, some of them even wore lace-up boots like the Wolverines I had on. Pride, however, stops my posting a picture including the hat I did wear. Practical, but the antithesis of style.
I wore this to today for my first day at my summer internship. I tried do dress super conservative and I know it doesn't look very good, although I feel like my outfit looked better IRL than it does in my crappy pics.
I really need to get some better polos.
i have a picture now...
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