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Just go here. http://www.styleforum.net/t/355532/samuelsohn-sportscoats-coat-thread-open-to-trades 100% ultra fine wool. No better deal if you are a 40 to a 42
Just go here. http://www.styleforum.net/t/355532/samuelsohn-sportscoats-coat-thread-open-to-trades 100% ultra fine wool. No better deal if you are a 40 to a 42
Looks like hell. Opinion irrelevant. A pocket square is not gaudy and even it it was, bombastic dandy dress has its place. 
You can do a knit tie, works quite well, just need to make sure you loosen the collar and no spreads. Shirt tucked in = always. T and jacket can work if highly textured and you're in shape. T should be very fitted and not long. Excuse the color of the photo, distorted heavily by iphone. This was a look I posted on the main forum and actually got some compliments on. Not for everyone but was pretty well liked on the street. Jacket = linen, t = highly textured. It's a gray...
Nice example of a fuller pant working well.
Not really a fan of this look. Im not sure if the scarf works with that shirt nor does the way you are wearing it flatter the overall presentation, imo.  I think the scarf might simply be to large... For the record, I'm all for high low; you might have missed the mark on this one. Nice shoes!
It's beyond fashion, imo. Most all the top makers offer peaked options in basic colors these days (and have for awhile). I'd classify the peaked lapel thing as progression. I, for one, prefer the peaked lapel from a purely ascetic perspective. Nothing wrong with a nice peaked lapel. Nor is there anything wrong with a notch. Both are great, imo.
Peak is the new notch!
And again.
Jacket: Panta (Full review & pics of our latest project (charcoal suit) coming soon) Shirt: Modern tailor Tie: The Wang Square: The Wang
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