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 how I've spent my sunday you ask?      POLL is up for the Friday Challenge: http://www.styleforum.net/t/384703/friday-challenge-the-green-tie-28th-of-march-14/100_100 Come and vote for what you like, not whom you know!
I always knew you were a Nigerian prince!
 old bespoke. had it made for a summer wedding. Wear it rarely and wish I had opted for wider lapels. It's a quarter lined coat from wool/linen/silk blend and MOP buttons.
  drop a note which of these is your entry TTO
 Come over and participate if you own a green tie. This week the winner stands to win a bunch of US made golf polo shirts.
From the Green Tie Challenge:       What's the consensus on honey coloured frames?    
  Personally I think the fit looks great and you will never get rid of all wrinkles unless you opt for stretch fabrics. Maybe a slight increase in shoulder slope will reduce the issue; certainly the tailors over at the fit feedback thread will know best what exactly needs changing to your pattern:http://www.styleforum.net/t/265924/the-tailors-thread-fit-feedback-and-alteration-suggestions/4600_100 I'd opt for less tie space on my collar but that's just personal...
 I would prefer if the first three got one polo each instead of the winner taking them all.
Fantastic weather in Germany these last few days...         And with an objectionable attempt at swaying voters: here's where I would wear my criquet shirt golf polos... if I had any!  
  I see several issues here. Slim down and shorten the sleeves, reduce the back width, if you insist on the shoulder width, go with more shoulder padding, if you insist on the soft shoulder, reduce the shoulder width. The two button jacket you posted works better with this cut, the 3 roll 2 has too little space between the buttons imho. While the wide peak lapels work, I would reduce the width of the notch lapels and opt for less visible pick stitching. Reduce the back...
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