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I think it is due to the suppression. The tailor has heavily suppressed the waist (arguably too much hence the horizontal folds across the waist) yet not compensated for this across the back and shoulders blades. Hence why it looks more like a Norfolk jacket than a suit jacket from the rear as there's folds of fabric bunched up on the side of the shoulder blades. A lot of people see a tightly nipped waist as the pinnacle of British style tailoring yet it really can throw...
+1. Hard to critique because I doubt you always stand like that... Anyway, the front looks clean yet the back looks very unclean possibly due to too much waist suppression and the trousers appear to be warping inwards again due to too much suppression.
Was it invented 100 years ago? No it's not dead.
I think it'd be fine with cream chinos chinos and a light blue shirt in a very summery sense. Or layered under darker colours for a spot of colour - why not?
Do lots of interval training. Also, never waste a workout. When out vary your cadence in the gears often to mix up the work your legs are doing. So do three minutes in 50 x 12 or whatever it is you have on your compact and then spin at 110+ cadence in an easier gear for three minutes.Honestly there really is no way you can train for climbing hills or mountains without doing it there...it's a mental thing as much as anything as you need to condition yourself to know there's...
Quite a few London establishments provide extra trousers with their suits - Ede & Ravenscroft for example.
Off white trousers / khaki chinos and a blue blazer is about as formal as you can get in the semi-formal spectrum. Think MCC members at Lord's for the cricket or tennis at Wimbledon, Members enclosure at Henley Royal Regatta etc. - there's absolutely no chance it won't look right, especially in the relaxed settings of a beach. Whilst classic it can look both formal and stylish if done well and with the right fitting clothes. Depends on the overall look you're going for...
White bucks probably would look a little odd with grey trousers. Have you considered off white trousers or cream or even khaki? A cotton / linen mix would keep a crease but wear light as would good quality linen.
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