A lot of guys now a days wear their pants too long, because they do not want to look like Steve Urkel. It should cover your shoe when standing still. Generally speaking the back of your trouser cuff should touch the shoes back heel. If you would like perfect pant please come in for a fitting at Clifton Charles.
Though I like the handkerchief-tie colors and color follow-through, there are problems here, i.e., the hand in the pocket, which spreads a rather flared jacket closure even further apart–and the guy’s having buttoned the top button only (why?), which furthers that unwanted effect.
It’s not enough just to choose a suit and have it fitted properly; you have to know how to wear it.
butch, he buttoned the top button because that’s how it’s supposed to be, are you expecting to find someone on the street with all of them buttoned? that’s a great mix o colours and patterns, but I think this guy is not the best person to be using it.
Eridi Chiarini is one of the best mens store in the world to me. They have a new “younger” corner on the top floor that’s really nice as well. They’re also one of the few where you’ll find Citrus Paradiso by Czech & Speak. (that shit is the bomb for any true sartorialist) The staff isn’t snobbish, they’re just Italian and proud of their knowledge. Staff with attitude? Try any store in Paris. (Except at Daniel Cremieux, those guys rule!)
People have shown interest in the perfect pant length. Most people wear their pants to long because of their fear of looking like Steve Urkel. The pant should cover your shoes when standing still, but generally speaking the bottom of your pant cuff should touch your shoe. If you would like the perfect suit, shirt, trouser, cuff link, tie, or more come into Clifton Charles for affordable custom made clothing.
I bought a blue and white stiped shirt there on a trip to Florence about 4 years ago. I
LOVE that shirt and have looked for that shop every September when I come to Florence. I finally looked at the label and found your name and found your address on line. I knew it was in that area, but not which street. But I’ll be there after the 17th Sept. and will drop in.
Maybe I’ll wear the shirt!