Type: Posts; User: BisonPhoenix
Torso looks on point, but the pants look huge.
After 10 minutes, absolutely nothing even remotely interesting has happened.
*guy points at butterfly* "See that butterfly? That's my son."
Really? Fuk off, weirdo.
While not my style, I think that brogues with a colored sole can occasionally look okay. But it has to be an otherwise normal sole, not whatever that abortion of a sole is trying to be.
I agree with everything BishopGaines said.
And while they wouldn't be my first choice in color, I already have a several pairs of boots and they'd be my next choice in color. Do you have a link...
I'd say the lighter the shade of gray the suit is, the lighter brown the shoes can be.
I'd go with a medium gray suit, a light blue shirt, a yellow tie, and a pocket square that subtly ties into either the shirt or tie. Brown double monks (not too light) with a perfectly matching belt...
I'm not crazy about any of them, but I'd probably go for the Russel.
How often do you plan to wear it and how much are you willing to spend?
I think you should consider charcoal or navy, as they are much more versatile colors.
The most important thing is fit. ...
Boots (like 1000 Miles, Katahdins, etc)
Chukkas (Clarks Desert boots in beeswax leather are very popular)
Bass Bucks (I don't personally own any, but they're a good option)
I'd recommend the kind that fit you well and don't cost too much.
The first part is the tough one to find. Start shopping and see what you can find.
I've had my eye on this automatic Orient for a while. The previous lowest price for it on Amazon was $126. It's $93 right now.
Looks sharp and the fit is on point. Well done.
It's a polo...
They never look "professional".
Stop holding yourself back from greatness...
By far, one of my favorite color combinations. I wear several slightly different variations of that pants and shirt combo all the time.
Your pic makes me want to buy those shoes, but it just...
You should have picked up a pair while they were $59...
If I had to guess, I'd say Obenhauf's Heavy Duty LP.