turnoverchange:

Suiting by Gennaro Solito, watch by Rolex.
turnoverchange:

Suiting by Gennaro Solito, watch by Rolex.
turnoverchange:

Suiting by Gennaro Solito, watch by Rolex.

turnoverchange:

Suiting by Gennaro Solito, watch by Rolex.

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absolutebespoke-official:

Just different by Absolute Bespoke.
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mostlyharmlessstuff:

Roped

The #menswear community currently has a serious crush on the lightly or un-padded shoulders that are typical of Neapolitan tailoring. However, the fact is that it is a silhouette that requires a rather particular body type to be really flattering. People, like me, that are not very broad-shouldered are really not well-suited to wear un-padded jackets. On the other hand, a jacket with some structure to the shoulders can do wonders for the overall silhouette. The vintage Cifonelli DB above has the characteristic roped shoulders that Cifonelli are known for, which helps balance out my height, despite my relative lack of “upper-body definition”. So don’t get caught up in whatever the latest #menswear hype may be without considering what actually flatters you most. 

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tanpowell:

Westbourne, Crockett & Jones

That Patina

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bntailor:

Blue Linen & Yelow Cotton

At the B&TAILOR

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thestudenttailor:

there are some exceptionally interesting angles and lines on these jackets.
laragosta:

Zegna - 1968.

thestudenttailor:

there are some exceptionally interesting angles and lines on these jackets.
laragosta:

Zegna - 1968.

thestudenttailor:

there are some exceptionally interesting angles and lines on these jackets.
laragosta:

Zegna - 1968.

thestudenttailor:

there are some exceptionally interesting angles and lines on these jackets.

laragosta:

Zegna - 1968.

“Learning to move elegantly through the world is one of the great pleasures of manhood. No longer do you have to stomp and clomp and speak with your jaw first. At a certain point, the body knows what it is, knows how it is received — and those around respond accordingly. Manhood is grace and certainty. Confidence. Ease.”

Jon Caramanica on dressing like a grownup (sort of) in The New York Times.

-Pete

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