Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Yeah.. lol... I have thought about making belts, but have yet to attempt it.
In and out...
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SVB, that looks very... L.A.
There will only ever be one Ryan Gosling. This I can promise you.
yes, my glistening face graced more than one family portrait that day...
but who could say 'no' to a couple of sweaty Chinese people hugging you and touching your hair?
ha, what a coincidence! how was that secret styleforum handshake performed again?
SVB has a tad of muscle addition needed before he wil be ryan, in the mean time, he looks alright.
Am I missing something here? The sneaks don't go with this fit at all IMO... although I like them
Lookin sharp Stan. I like the simplicity.
Yep, they don't. I'm probably a mix between MC and SWD. I still like luxury sneakers, but dress conservatively for the most part.
Shirt from TM Lewin
Tie from Brooks Brothers
Pants part of cotton whipcord suit from J.Crew
Shoes by AE
I my walnut belt broke so my replacement is in the mail.
Not one of your best. But those boots are Sou-Sou, aren't they? My wife really loves their stuff and I have a pair of purple tabi boots from them.
@ SVB - a blazer/SC without a collared shirt looks bad IMO. Add a scoop neck t shirt and your giraffe like proportions and it looks super bad.
@ TKE - get your tie to reach your belt buckle without a gap. Cutaway collars like that are an acquired taste which I have yet to acquire but the general look is not bad. Your strides always look rumpled. This isn't so bad for cotton chinos but if this pair were part of a suit I would have expected them to look a bit more sharp.
First off, good choice on slimming down on that tie. However in my personal opinion, cutaway collars and turnback frenchcuffs are hard to pull off casually especially without a jacket. So I'd suggest to at least let the turnback cuffs go for the duration of your internship.
I'd much prefer a four in hand with this collar, too. Also the belt looks like it wasn't intended to be worn with a suit and it is also stretching out the loops.
I got your back Stan!
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