Can't wait to see the photos. Have fun.
Are you going to wear the boots with the suit again? Just curious.
And I cleaned up the three pictures above for size, so they're not so monstrous anymore...
"The dog? Heh heh... You are named after the dog?!?" - Sallah
I have the new title of the worst photographer in existence. Both are made to order from Samuelsohn. K
Brown suit. Side vents, surgeons cuffs, three button rolled to two, single brested, peak lapels, hacking pockets with ticket pocket, two flap pockets on pants(where'd I get that habit?).
Tuxedo. Super 120 with grosgrain lapels, side vents, surgeons cuffs, fancy lining, six on four button stance.
Accessories, Cole Haan formal shoes with grosgrain trim(no bows). Budd Shirtmakers(London section of Style and the Man for those who have it)pique collar, cuffs, and bib with voile body. Giorgio Armani pique tie. Ahh to have no children's expenses again.
Does anyone have a suit where the buttons on the sleeve can acually be undone? Aparently, that's a "sign" of a really good suit.
I am looking forward to my next visit to the tailor. I am going to see if he can do this.
Both of mine above have that feature. That's what the term surgeon cuff means. It's from when doctor's unbuttoned and rolled up their sleeves during housecalls. If you look closely at the above pics, you can just make out the last button-hole on the sleeves.
Pic in action. You can tell more detail about the shoes. They're patent split toe oxfords with the toe top in grosgrain and also around a one inch grosgrain band around the ankle. K