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Texture and drape (that is, not the drape cut, but drape) is much more present in IRL.
Quote: Originally Posted by Manton I went to a party for the well known martime historian John Maxtone-Graham, who is also a dapper dude, and he wore an 8x3 blazer. I really didn't like it, but I can't say that he didn't know what he was doing. I think I've found it:
I've seen that coat before. It's excellent, it's mean.
Quote: Originally Posted by aportnoy I got triple patch on mine. I chose the same. The cloth is heavy and sturdy but it can take patch pockets, I think. The website is like 10 years old, but the concept still works ... (Click "The product")
Quote: Originally Posted by mafoofan You don't think the new tie is wide enough? Quote: Originally Posted by barims If Gruto is indeed referring to my new tie, I fail to see how it's not wide enough. I think the balance would be better with a slightly wider tie and a bigger tie knot. Big lapels need a big tie :-)
Quote: Originally Posted by mafoofan Foofification: Wider lapels I would widen the tie as well. It's too slim now for such wide lapels.
I realize that a trolley is convenient :-)
Do you pull a trolley case or carry a suitcase/holdall for travel? Personally, I find it effeminate to walk with a trolley case. Maybe I just don't understand the wonders of the item?
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Everything. - B I don't get this dislike of blue pants. Heavy navy blue corduroys (a bit worn, not shiny) or jeans may look great with a brown tweed jacket.
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