Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Thanks. It is from Esprit
So many issues with this look.
-Tie is a little too wide and washed out for that shirt. a knit tie with a darker color would work better.
-And then the driving shoes look off. Imo they look off with most shirt and tie ensembles and with cuff pants. the look is calling for some bulchers.
-Belt is too wide.
-Sleeves on the shirt has too much puff.
Linen and Cotton Mixing, they call me DJ Gentile...
A Rainy Morning In the South
J.Crew, Alden for Obscrua, Lee Baron, APC
This is one of my favorite looks you've yet worn, NYR. Looking good. Shirt and tie perhaps a bit close in pattern&color (almost gives me a headache) but overall, just dandy.
Liking it. Liking it quite a bit, in fact I wore something very similar today!
Yikes, very poor fit. And monkstraps with all this?
This is great. Would love to see how it looks with the jacket buttoned as well as the sleeves shortened a touch but I like it a lot.
A number of really really nice NYR outfits recently... until the eye reaches those cuffs. Man, you gotta do something about these stupid cuffs with their stupid contrasting selvedge.
that white detail strap just doesn't work with conservative leather shoes and it definitely doesn't work with every colour of their chinos in my opinion.
Unless you have a jacket to go with that outfit then lose the tie. Paired with that shirt would be hard enough to pull off even with a jacket. If you do that the whole thing will look 1000x better.
He explained earlier that his office requires a tie but has banned jackets.
Man that's rough. My heart goes out to you, Tau, seriously!
In that case I would choose a slimmer tie and keep the colour in the same family as the rest of the outfit at least. That particular tie isn't working.
Yeah in that case I'd use a cotton or knit tie... or just lose the tie for the picture, then wear it for work
Really nice pattern combining, in my opinion. Very busy up close, but it still works.
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