thicker but more pliant than horsehide
Dhaka TV stations are showing a new American series: Matlock
Experimental ensemble indeed. The white day cravat (yes!) and pocket square are really way too posh for this relatively rustic patterned woolens. I'm also very iffy on the plaid and check combo.An experimental sleeveless Nehru jacket. Fully canvassed.
This is actually really good if you ignore his odd ideas on the placement of buttons on double breasted coats and his habit of jamming crap in his shirt pocket. The relatively restrained bichromatism is a good strategy for him.
His suits are often suspect...Anybody know any more about his tailoring establishment? I note that in his blog he gives a figure of 36,000 Taka for top-of-the-line, full-canvassed bespoke. Since this translates to a touch over $462 (U.S.), it sounds like a helluva deal if the suits are halfway decent. Perhaps they should do U.S. tours. However, I am aware that a lot of Indian tailoring, especially in the diaspora, is rather suspect.
this guy used to make real good postsThere is a great Indian restaurant in the basement of one of the Patrice Lumumba Peoples' Friendship University of Russia student dormitories. I approve.
THAT GAYBERRY IS A FRUITCAKE! DOESNT STAND UP AND FIGHT LIKE A REAL MAN.
olo you kiddin?He's some IT CEO in Bangladesh. Supposedly a member on SF (if any members can look it up...) although not superactive. He's the VoxSartoria of the nation, or something.
Read his own about me thing. About Shahzaman Mozumder, Bir Protik | This is a blog about men's style