Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
sorry to disrupt all the plantation talk...
i love you too tegs.
the pants are j crew, not any italian flavor of the month. as i said, i am wearing and washing them in before hemming. i know they look shlumpy a tad for now, but i like it better than rolled up. but thats really besides the point, the hem of the pants is easily fixed, and will be. i dont think its really worth spending much time critiquing.
i need to slim down a bit, agreed. i lost 15 pounds, and have kept it off, but for the most part im pretty happy with my weight, aside from a few pounds in the gut. as KO said, i think the pics make me look more zaftig than i am.
i love the shoes.
and the belt.
i buy things i like, and that i hope to wear and look good in. and i post them because there is a contingency of people here that like sharing what they buy, and seeing what others are buying. i do not post there for validation. when someone comments on what i bought, its only polite to say thank you, or respond to them.
if i ever hit the lotto, i will fly to naples and buy bespoke. there will be no stopping me.
i used fields once too, to fix a suit jacket. they do supreme work. i eat schmaltz only on pesach.
Can we agree plantation hat was a poor choice of words and move on. Also that JapanAlex is one of the biggest idiots on this forum.
you can agree with something on styleforum?
Should've emptied out the pockets to eliminate the unsightly bulges before the picture.
Don't know about the pants color, otherwise it looks nice
bb tan cotton jacket
land's end blue stripe shirt
levi's 514 dark wash jeans
land's end canvas orange canvas shoes
you can roll them in. no kidding. looks better...
It makes me happy when you use Yiddish grammar in English.
Maybe I make you a party?
I like the parts of this. The jacket may mess it up in real life.
Oh my - I didn't see that comment. That was indeed snarky beyond the pale and uncalled for. I guess I should go back and read the original post before I comment again.
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