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Front balance is short. Notice how the vertical lines of the jacket converge.EDIT: Should have read other replies before posting. Looks like others noticed this too.
54 would probably fit you in the shoulders, esp if you are planning on wearing a knit underneath. I can take a pic of me wearing it on Monday if you want.
I was messing around with outfits the other night and took this pic with the Sage de Cret pants: Close up of fabric (shitty iPhone pic as always):
Yep, I got the XL. I tried the L, and they were OK in the waist, but definitely too tight in the thigh. The XL is loose in the waist when the string is untied, but I think it's supposed to be like that.
Well now you all see what I mean.@Sotiris
IME it's something that you never really notice on other people until you start looking for it and then you notice it on everyone and can't un-see it.
It might be just me, or the fact that I'm looking at a still photo instead of a moving person, but I think the horizontal line of the lapels accentuates your dropped shoulder. Especially combined with the horizontal line of the skirt on a DB jacket.
Meant to post this here:
I would worry more about that buckling right above the button. It probably has something to do with your dropped shoulder, so it might be kind of inevitable in some respects, but I would ask if that's something that can be improved.
I think he means in this shot?From L to R (I think):http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/brown-camel-reversible-lambswool-angora-scarf.htmlhttp://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/wine-navy-reversible-lambswool-angora-scarf.htmlhttp://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/navy-brown-reversible-lambswool-angora-scarf.htmlhttp://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/new-items/grey-reversible-lambswool-angora-scarf.html
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