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Thanks for your views Edmorel. I was one of those to suggest another shoe. In my part of the world, suede is very rarely worn with suits. I don't dislike stitches pairing, but would like to see this splendid suit worn with a more formal colour footwear.
Good to hear remember, 6 weeks, and they are ready for the baby jogger no need to drop your training. My son was 6 months when he did did his first half marathon Unfortunately, he hates going running with dad these days...
WIth a pregnant wife who insists on soup most days, that sounds like a good reason to gently introduce bowties into the household
No offence taken Timo. I am skinny as a reed, so lenght doesn't play a big role. And shouldn't you be catching up on your sleep ? Hope you are enjoying fatherhood. Greatest thing that ever happened to me. Looking for to number two in september
No need for the modesty CP. Very few posters/people wear a bow as well as you do . Actually, I don't think I have ever seen it done in the wild.
Well, my one havana suit is at my dad's at the other end of the country, so I can't do a measurement here and now, but I am pretty sure thst it is shorter than the Hudson.Again, Suitsupply might not cut their suits to the exact specifications of what the sages of the Row would recommend, but they are still a whole lot better than the alternatives within my budget. Most of my friends and colleagues wear fused Boss and Lindeberg, where the buttoning point is above the...
I don't know which cuts you have tried so far Kulata, but I just compared the Hudson to my Washington ( which I believe is the longest). The difference is easily within an inch at the back...
Agree with Cleav. The on the far left in the bottom pic is especially drool worthy...my credit card is happy that the said item is located on the other side of the globe and would be taxed and tolled beyond the ridiculous if I were to buy it...
I don't really obsess about the buttoning point. As far as I can tell, it is the same on all my SS suits give or take a cm. I have my jackets unbuttoned most of the time anyway. As for lenght, yes, it could be longer ( the angle of the photo exagerates thsi somewhat) . As long as it covers my rear ( which it does) I am fine. This is a casual suit, not one to be worn at formal events. So I'll live even if a few sartorial rules are breached
" stitches: Who are you giving the evil eye ? Nice looking suit btw. Many will probably disagree, but I am not sure those shoes work with the rest of the outfit...Would like to see it with a black captoe for comparison...
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