Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
I think the tie is fine - the square is a no go.
Oh, and the last few pages have been much better.
the ones on the street, yes.
yes, they are quite reliable. in that regard, more ed tho, i would say.
You don't like an Argyll & Sutherland tie?
but no, I don't like it. Colors just look bad together to me.
Great thread. Just read the first 50 pages......
^I quite like the second one. Are those trousers flannel?
Desu, great to see you posting here.
I wish there were a bit more contrast between jacket and tie in the last picture. Not in bad taste, just a little flat.
^^ Photo itself is strong in compositional elements suited to the purpose, and I guess that’s why you chose it? - shallow depth of field and complementary colors blurred in the background draw the eye to you; perfect for a shot that’s all about the subject's clothes. Look-wise, the subtle mix of patterns and colors and the impromptu way you’ve thrown things together- messy collar, throttle-cinched knot (at the table?)and shy PS - is full-sprezz , yet the mix might have pleased the DOW- russet gold, leafy greens, earthy browns and a rosy overcheck on the tweed would IMO bee contrived and matchy but for the strong blue verticals of the shirt contrasting, balancing, anchoring the whole ensemble - makes me want to give it a go again, having abandoned busy and difficult 3 and 4 patterns in my own fit regimen for solids- which are usually more elegant, more bang for buck and harder to f--* up even if sometimes boring. Good 4 pattern combinations are scarce as rocking horse shit on SF, but this is exquisiteness IMHO. Selection-wise it’s m ore the spread collar than the tie I’d quibble with. Odds on that i-gents will look back in a decade and snigger at spreads the way we do at power shoulders, contrast collars and braces of the eighties or the ultra-fitted waists, flares and crazy lapels of the seventies (I hope so). But the spread thing is personal andneither here or there- this is still a fit that's harmonious, subtle, finely balanced, and to me stands out in this thread and any. Thx for making the effort
Talk about serendipity- was just posting about Foos earlier fit when below came up- another outstanding 4 combo.
That is Sharp!!!
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