Hip Dairy Farmer
A big what the fuck!!!!! On top you got a woman running a men's shoe company. AE will be extra shitty as time goes.
Nah we just went out for drinks, met them at a bar. I was to sick too stay the whole time with them, I will be seeing them this weekend again. They are a bit too dark for my taste, but wont complain.Apologies, I thought you said Paulistas!
Where did you meet them, which bar? What hotel did you stay in? Is my name still a legend in those parts?
Any good restaurants too?
What’s with everyone suddenly wearing polo shirts under sport coats. This is not ok. At least Don Johnson knee he was being a twat with his pastel shirts and jackets.
A long sleeved polo shirt under a jacket has a decent enough history in refined casual wear. Not too far from a Turtle NeckedWhat’s with everyone suddenly wearing polo shirts under sport coats. This is not ok. At least Don Johnson knee he was being a twat with his pastel shirts and jackets.
I think you're both right. Burzan usually has some nice pieces (in the low-end price point, anyway) and seems like a nice bloke. But the end result in fit pics always disappoints.
Like off-white pants and a dark brown herringbone sports coat? Add that to the sad, mopey emo faces staring sadly at the floor with hunched shoulders.
The trouble with the bloke above is that whole ends up being less than the sum of the parts. None of the individual items are obnoxious in an of themselves. (I'm not a fan of the green tweed SC with elephant ears lapels but thats to a large extent a matter of preference.) Hes got white 5 pocket jeans with no belt. This might work with a polo on top and untucked and boat shoes or sneakers sans socks but trying to dress it UP is a mistake. OTOH The tweed jacket needs something like a country check OCBD - tie or not - to make it work. Perhaps tailored cord trousers as well - not white jeans. The polo itself looks like a faded workwear item with chunky placket and weird collar.
Paul Weller interview from 1987 on his fashion sense, without doubt he was one sharp style councillor who had that 80s vibe nailed: