Are you influenced by the vampire look now with the long pointed fingernails?
No, although I find mid-length nails very practical.
Ha! I finally get a response from you Mr. Chesterfield. Thank you very much for your edifying blog. I find it quite enjoyable. Pray tell, why do you never answer my inquiries?Kind regards, Hilton
Dear Hilton,I apologise if I have not responded to your questions before. I imagine you were also responsible for the question about the blue blazer with the purple jeans? And also the question about tailoring a 40R jacket? I have now answered those questions on the relevant posts.Best regards,Winston
Mr. Chesterfield,No, I cannot claim the questions that you are referring to. Please stay in touch. I find you much more civil and sophisticated than my American Neanderthal compatriots.Very warm regards,Hilton
'Smile - Model's own... 'I think this could be the first shot of you with your teeth bared! Perhaps you really are inspired by the vampire look.
I find the upper half a little too busy, Winston. I'd prefer to see one component toned down at least: that might mean finding a more sober pocket square perhaps, or a tie that picks out some other element of the ensemble.I think the socks are a rather extreme punctuation of your trouser to shoe.Overall I feel like you've possibly got 2 outifts in one here: I would combine the trousers, shirt and tie in one; the jacket, ps, socks and shoes in another perhaps.The pose is really charming.All the best,SF
Hi Winston,I saw your column on Men's Flair recently about the unstructured shirt/jacket you got off the high street. Would you mind telling me where you got it from? I'm quite curious to see it in the flesh.Thanks,J
Jem,The unstructured jacket I spoke of in the article is actually pictured there too - a light blue premium linen jacket. Please forgive my slightly serious expression. I picked it up from Uniqlo.W
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