whnay.'s good taste thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. mktitsworth

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    and here i thought i was improving. ;)
     


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    Very Nice! As we say in these parts...Let em know!
     


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    You should switch to blue or patterned shirts; your look isn't sober enough to be minimal (too much details, patterns, texture). You obviously know what you're doing so it is just a matter of making the jump.
     


  5. in stitches

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    Color best represented in top pic

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    Tie and pocket-square are too matchy-matchy. And get a haircut you damn hippie.

    Stitch, please get the collar lowered on your jacket, and consider darker horn buttons.
     
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    Short hair: the unspoken but tacitly acknowledged groupthink of SF.
     


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    i only wish i had hair like fred. :(

    not sure what you mean by collar lowered, and there is no way in hell i am getting rid of the MOP buttons. spreezy breezy! :)
     


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    Thanks Fuuma I will try that next time I wear the suit.
     


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    I will try something less matchy matchy next time out. The hair stays. I like the dichotomy.
     


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    Okay, you see those bumps in your jacket shoulders, near your neck? That means the neck is too high. You may be feeling a bit of pressure at the back of your neck, as well. The short of it is that you're standing a bit more upright than the jacket was tailored for (i.e., it was done to accommodate a bit of slouch or stoop), and a good tailor should be able to bring it down a bit.
     


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    Don't mind me then, I'm just jealous that you still have yours.
     


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    interesting, it could also just be that my rather thick OCBD was bunched up underneath. i noticed the bumps in the pic and smoothed out the shirt to better effect. i didnt realize what you were referring to.

    thanks!
     


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    Lovely texture.

    What's the fabric on the suit? fresco?

     
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    thanks, its actually a SC, by isaia.

    im not a fabric connoisseur, so i kinda have no idea. i always called that kind of fabric, crepe. no idea if that is correct. one of the many experts here is welcome to fill in. sorry i was of no help.
     


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