agreed but its nothing to go home and change over.^^I find the square doesn't add much to the outfit; if anything, it detracts and distracts. Everything else is top top ofc. YMMV.
great fit! i probably would have gone with a different color tie there. looks a little clashy with the brown pants and olive-y jacket. but that's my color nitpick style.
True, a solid (knit) would have probably worked better.great fit! i probably would have gone with a different color tie there. looks a little clashy with the brown pants and olive-y jacket. but that's my color nitpick style.
now this i like. simple, not a lot going on. looks clean, nothing drawing the eye. just have to extricate that poor canary from your jacket pocket and let it fly away...
I think the Williams boots go great considering it’s been raining nonstop in London and everything is a puddle right now.I like the outfit, with the exception of the shoes. Actually that yellow pocket square gives a nice touch, especially in absense of a ti
I agree 100%.I like the white shirt. A white shirt goes great with any combo. IMHO its adds a pop and compliments the matching colours in the other items. A mid blue denim shirt would have gone great as well, but without the pop. OC in a pale blue or pencil stripe as well. I think the white shirt is over looked sometimes when we dress.
Way too limited, you need plenty of peacock stripes and checks to distinguish yourself from the corporate herd. For business: white is stark, serious and for when you want to show them you're definitely not their friend. Blue is warmer and more friendly for more amicable negotiations.I agree 100%.
A former boss of mine used to say “wear any color shirt you want as long as it’s white or pale blue”