THE DEFAMATION OF AA
This Is AAA


Azri-Aman, 20, Singapore

Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, Performing Arts Mjr



I like vintage watches, literature, navy blue suits, women and film.
THE DEFAMATION OF AA
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jealousyyouhavetoearn:

Success is the only Option!Going Huge- a Gentleman’s Blog
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"I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night."
Galileo (via 1000scientists)
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"Let me assure you: the world is full of mediocre men who are stunning successes."
Fran Lebowitz. (via papermagazine)
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wgsn:

Mixing tailored suiting with classic utilitarian styling such as this denim waistcoat, gives a fresh perspective outside #MFW #streetstyle
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menstyle1:

Weekend getaway packing with ties from Ulterior Motive:
Navy Dots - navy polka dot tie | Click here
Curacao Sling - cotton madras tie | Click here
Wooster - pinstriped wool tie | Click here
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putthison:

Real People: Dressing Down a Suit
There are no fewer than a thousand guides at this point on how to dress down a suit, but many of them involve doing things that ruin the kind of elegance that make suits attractive in the first place. The best way to dress down a suit, I think, is to do what RT from Copenhagen has done here. 
Wear a suit that’s inherently more casual. Textures, colors, and materials will affect how a suit looks. RT’s suit is made from tropical wool (Minnis Fresco, to be exact). Although wool is typically more formal than cotton or linen, the rougher texture and slightly lighter color keep this from looking like the silky, dark business suits you’d wear to boardroom meetings. 
Think of the jacket’s details. Here, RT’s jacket has soft, unpadded shoulders, little structure to the chest, and patched, rather than welted, pockets. These can seem like small details, but when added up, they can have a powerful effect.
Dial everything else back appropriately. There’s no need to go as far as wearing whimsical socks or bubble vests. You can just dial everything else back a notch or two, so they’re in harmony with your suit. So, instead of a crisp, white shirt — which sometimes can seem a bit formal — try something patterned or light blue. And instead of sleek, formal oxfords, try loafers, derbies, or even chukkas. 
Forgo the tie. But if you do, leave the first two buttons of your shirt unfastened, so you get a slightly more attractive collar line, and use a pocket square. 
As for what RT is specifically wearing above, the blue Fresco suit was made for him by Napolisumisura (a bespoke tailoring house that’s touring the US right now, incidentally). The light blue shirt with very fine white stripes is from Vincenzo di Ruggiero. It has a soft, unfused collar, which makes it ideal for casual wear. Finally, the burgundy pocket square with a crosshatching pattern is from Bottega Veneta, the dark brown belt from Edward Green, and the dark brown derbies from Crockett & Jones. 
putthison:

Real People: Dressing Down a Suit
There are no fewer than a thousand guides at this point on how to dress down a suit, but many of them involve doing things that ruin the kind of elegance that make suits attractive in the first place. The best way to dress down a suit, I think, is to do what RT from Copenhagen has done here. 
Wear a suit that’s inherently more casual. Textures, colors, and materials will affect how a suit looks. RT’s suit is made from tropical wool (Minnis Fresco, to be exact). Although wool is typically more formal than cotton or linen, the rougher texture and slightly lighter color keep this from looking like the silky, dark business suits you’d wear to boardroom meetings. 
Think of the jacket’s details. Here, RT’s jacket has soft, unpadded shoulders, little structure to the chest, and patched, rather than welted, pockets. These can seem like small details, but when added up, they can have a powerful effect.
Dial everything else back appropriately. There’s no need to go as far as wearing whimsical socks or bubble vests. You can just dial everything else back a notch or two, so they’re in harmony with your suit. So, instead of a crisp, white shirt — which sometimes can seem a bit formal — try something patterned or light blue. And instead of sleek, formal oxfords, try loafers, derbies, or even chukkas. 
Forgo the tie. But if you do, leave the first two buttons of your shirt unfastened, so you get a slightly more attractive collar line, and use a pocket square. 
As for what RT is specifically wearing above, the blue Fresco suit was made for him by Napolisumisura (a bespoke tailoring house that’s touring the US right now, incidentally). The light blue shirt with very fine white stripes is from Vincenzo di Ruggiero. It has a soft, unfused collar, which makes it ideal for casual wear. Finally, the burgundy pocket square with a crosshatching pattern is from Bottega Veneta, the dark brown belt from Edward Green, and the dark brown derbies from Crockett & Jones. 
putthison:

Real People: Dressing Down a Suit
There are no fewer than a thousand guides at this point on how to dress down a suit, but many of them involve doing things that ruin the kind of elegance that make suits attractive in the first place. The best way to dress down a suit, I think, is to do what RT from Copenhagen has done here. 
Wear a suit that’s inherently more casual. Textures, colors, and materials will affect how a suit looks. RT’s suit is made from tropical wool (Minnis Fresco, to be exact). Although wool is typically more formal than cotton or linen, the rougher texture and slightly lighter color keep this from looking like the silky, dark business suits you’d wear to boardroom meetings. 
Think of the jacket’s details. Here, RT’s jacket has soft, unpadded shoulders, little structure to the chest, and patched, rather than welted, pockets. These can seem like small details, but when added up, they can have a powerful effect.
Dial everything else back appropriately. There’s no need to go as far as wearing whimsical socks or bubble vests. You can just dial everything else back a notch or two, so they’re in harmony with your suit. So, instead of a crisp, white shirt — which sometimes can seem a bit formal — try something patterned or light blue. And instead of sleek, formal oxfords, try loafers, derbies, or even chukkas. 
Forgo the tie. But if you do, leave the first two buttons of your shirt unfastened, so you get a slightly more attractive collar line, and use a pocket square. 
As for what RT is specifically wearing above, the blue Fresco suit was made for him by Napolisumisura (a bespoke tailoring house that’s touring the US right now, incidentally). The light blue shirt with very fine white stripes is from Vincenzo di Ruggiero. It has a soft, unfused collar, which makes it ideal for casual wear. Finally, the burgundy pocket square with a crosshatching pattern is from Bottega Veneta, the dark brown belt from Edward Green, and the dark brown derbies from Crockett & Jones. 
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mistergoodlife:

Her second name is "Elegance" | Mr. Goodlife
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asthetiques:

O.G. - Stefano Pilati. 
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