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How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gentleman Engineer May 19, 2015. 49 Replies

Those suits are incredible aren't they? But do you have $2700 for a double breasted English wool bespoke (another word for custom) suit? Probably now, and you don't have $8,000 for a breitlaner wrist…Continue

 

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Gentleman Engineer replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"The manner of the photonic illumination would, indeed, appear as awry, as my discernment of said suit would be something of navy. The fit would appear to be in possession of something of correctness. However, the stance in possession of clasped…"
May 19, 2015
Jason McPeak replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Ok, here is the suit, it's black, the lighting is kinda bad in front of my apt. it has very dark red faint chalk stripes, and looks excellent. I took it to my tailor/seamstress who took a look and found nothing wrong, it needs no adjustment for…"
May 18, 2015
Jason McPeak replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Actually the local church resale shop I've found two very nice 40 long sport jackets, tweed, one a hounds tooth pattern. I had one tailored for about 28$ down teh road with a lady that did my step daughters prom dress. On the jacket she trimmed…"
May 3, 2015
Robert M. replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"I'd like to hear the results on the suit also. My solution on a three piece was a Joseph Abbound, slight tailoring. Fashion by Salvation Army, tailoring from a nice shop in our old downtown. If you've got the eye and the touch, you can…"
May 2, 2015
Jason McPeak replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Soon as it comes in, and it looks right, no problems. I'll post his contact info, I already informed him that if the suit is as good as he claims it'll be, there are allot of people who are wanting the same thing from the kingsmen movie. I…"
May 2, 2015
Michael replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Well, I meant the actual contact info :)"
May 1, 2015
Jason McPeak replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"A tailor in Bangledesh, my suit is finally on it's way as of Monday of this week."
May 1, 2015
Mongoose replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Nope:  for tie knots, here's some better sites. They show you dozens of different knots for neck ties. http://agreeordie.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickNovotnyRemax"
May 1, 2015
Michael replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Did you share with us where you got your suit made?"
May 1, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Paired with a nice watch, it could be a casual yet dapper look. "
Mar 23, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Joshie, you could probably rock that first look with the gingham shirt. Would look pretty slick cruising in Lexus like that. "
Mar 23, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Depends. I've seen custom tailoring in India and Vietnam that cost pennies to the dollar compared to Europe and North America and the quality was the same or better. My wife got a 5000$ wedding dress made for 500$ overseas. Same quality, same…"
Mar 23, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"It depends on how you imagine shirts with French cuffs and how you imagine cuff links. A lot of shirts with French cuffs looks like normal shirts and a lot of cuff links go almost unnoticed. A lot of people assume that wearing cuff links means…"
Mar 23, 2015
David F. replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"The thing is that one can dress well for about the same cost as "casual" clothing.  It is simply a mater of knowing what looks good on you, knowing when and how to shop and doing so.A decent wardrobe will cost about the same as casual…"
Mar 23, 2015
Jason McPeak replied to Bill Anderson's discussion How to find a Barbershop in a World that Doesn't Seem to Care? in the group The Barbershop
"I know what you mean, for awhile all I could find was the same thing here in Texas, then a few years ago several actual barber shops opened up. Currently I am using a hairstyling salon, my Barber Juan is the best! His hand move and he cuts like…"
Mar 22, 2015
Jason McPeak replied to Jason McPeak's discussion How to dress like a kingsmen on a budget
"Here is a link to a neck tie knot page. I tried the Eldredge, it's not hard to tie, it's just a little bulky, need more practice, and a solid color tie would look best. neck tie knots"
Mar 21, 2015

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