Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LuxeStyles, Aug 13, 2009.
Ralph Lauren. Classic yet fresh; just the way I like 'em.
PC Standard/New Standard. Same fit, same feel. Just that specific jean though. I've never bought anything else from APC.
Probably filson. My dad actually used filson bags for actual fishing and still has some bags going from the early 90's. I'd steal them and use them, but they smell of old bait and lures...
Canali. I like almost everything they do, classic but with a bit of flair. Quality is good and it's not insanely priced. I'm not a huge fan of some of their ties, though.
I also like a lot of Paul Smith, but it's definitely more hit or miss.
weren't you earlier saying you were disappointed with the Made in China RLPL cashmere sweaters?
I welcome you to quote where I said I was disappointed in made in china rlpl sweaters.
Valentino & Zegna for most of my suits.
I get shirts from TM Lewin. on sale for $25-40 for workhorse shirts, good bang for buck.
St Andrews rlpl
Cucinelli (probably controversial)
+1 , Although I must say that I expected the stitching on the Longwing Blucher to be a little bit more robust. Still, it ekes by.
For tailored clothing, Corneliani, though I'm not liking the latest design direction.
Also Corneliani. I wish I could find more of their I can afford in my size. However, I quite like the new design direction. The large-lapel three-pieces everyone was criticizing look great to me.
Ralph Lauren Purple Label.
And surprisingly, Faconnable.
Rag & Bone hasn't disappointed so far in the pieces I've seen. RLPL/RLBL are very reliable. Also a fan of CK Collection stuff, but it's hard to come across.
Ralph Lauren Purple Label, G.J. Cleverley and Sean O'Flynn.
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