Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
I challenge Mike to wear more than 3 patterns!
man . . . I think I have dropped to only two, or sometimes one (counting solids as one ).
That is hard, but I can do it, though some of the patterns will be really small ...
Really? Surprised you don't dig the classic look of that.
Ethan - awesome!
It is just a new incarnation of the liesure suit. It kind of works for Europeans (kind of) but it really doesn't work here. We tend to break down into "suit" cultures and "casual" cultures and we don't really blend those well. Don't confuse the longevity of a trend with its actual importance. Dockers took about 10 years to take off (sometimes things take a while to percolate) but were snuffed out rather quickly.
Ethan, fantastic style and you always appear to be in good taste.
yup. ethan as well looking dapper as usual.
yesterday, you we solid, through and through. i thought it was fantastic.
Thanks, but not quite. The square, silk/cotton was gray, but had a white overcheck.
you are certainly correct. i was thinking only of the tie, suit and shirt. my apologies.
In the first Manton pic, it looks to me like the red in the tie is clashing with the red in the PS. Otherwise, nice.
Today (more pics in the CBD thread):
And some more questionable taste pics from this weekend
Heading out for dinner and drinks in Cannes
Dinner at Le St Paul, in St Paul de Vence
those wide chalk stripes don't look good with the skinny lapels
Is that a Victory square? Looks pretty good...
It is indeed - thank you
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