Peter Manning Fall/Winter 2012 Lookbook

Peter Manning founded an NYC-based company that makes classic American clothing for men under 5’8″ (and ONLY men under 5’8″). Back in July, I came across a New York Times article about his new company and immediately got in touch with him for an interview.

Since then, he’s sold out his first batch of clothing and released a brand new fall and winter line. Even though he’s been busy being featured in the Wall Street Journal, he generously found time to share his lookbook with us here at The Modest Man. Here are a few of my favorite new looks:

Peter Manning 2012 - Weekend Shirt and Jeans

Weekend Shirt and Jeans

Peter Manning 2012 - Blazer, Cotton Sweater and Everyday Shirt

Blazer, Cotton Sweater and Everyday Shirt

Peter Manning 2012 - Wool Sweater, Weekend Shirt and Cargos

Wool Sweater, Weekend Shirt and Cargos

Peter Manning 2012 - Cotton Sweater, Everyday Shirt and Sweatpant

Cotton Sweater, Everyday Shirt and Sweatpant

Peter Manning 2012 - T-Shirt and Jeans

T-Shirt and Jeans

Everything looks great, but I’m most excited about the jeans, sweatpants and blazer. Check out the full collection, and go buy yourself something nice!

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Comments

  1. Love the outfits. They’re all uncomplicated and yet well put together. All of them are must haves in a man’s wardrobe.

    • Hey Joel,

      Agreed. The new PM stuff looks nice. The best part of it is, it’s made for men who are below average height, so all of the little details (collar point length, wrist width, etc.) look great off the rack. No tailoring needed. I definitely recommend giving these clothes a try.

      -B

  2. What is your shoes size?

  3. In normal US size chart? I ask because I have 5’8 too and my shoez size is 9

    • Yes, I’m referring to US sizes. You have a couple of inches on me (I’m 5’6″) and your shoe size seems normal for a 5’8″ man.

      -B

      • I am 5’4″ and I wear a size 10-11 Shoe. My hands are 8″ long… I had a fellow vertically challenged man get all weirded out by my disproportioned hands and feet.

  4. I like those combos.

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