Winston, what are these river island trousers like? I had a look on the website and couldnt see them?Really like this outfit today,Savile Joe
Winston-- You know I regard your colour sense as second to none. However I was preparing to send a mild rebuke for the overly co-ordinated look. Rather atypical of you. In view of Remembrance Day, I'll give you a free pass. (I assume that was your intention.... And the sentiment is certainly honourable enough!Nice expression, good shot of you. Regards,--The Classicist
Follow-up:That's a gorgeous blazer! I always prefer 6 buttons on DBs. Lapels are perfect width. Operational buttons appear to be set lower than usual, allowing a bit more tie show.--The Cassicist
Savile Joe,I bought these trousers in the sale for £7. They are all wool and very warm. Had to have the length adjusted a little at Graham Browne.My advice is to keep a look out. River Island is one of those strange high street brands that has random items of quality amongst dross. I also bought a pair of grey flannel trousers, the bottoms of which I had turned up at Graham Browne.Classicist,A little Tricolore, yes. I don't like DB lapels to be too enormous. Also, you'll notice the pockets are slanted too.Thanks for the pleasant comments, chaps. Best,W
Winston,Splendid colour combination. Everything melds so mellifluously. One thing, I love your consistency pertaining to your tie knot. I don't know what it is about the Windsor and its variations but that four-in-hand, sure does justice to that shirt collar.Thanks,Mxolisi
The St. James collars are outstanding. I only have the windsor. However, I am gearing up for a new batch of Lewin shirts. Great look, Winnston.
Really like the gear mate... Lookin fly!
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