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The places where a point collar becomes a spread collar becomes a cutaway collar aren't fine lines. What do you mean by a "classic collar"? Like a moderate spread collar? This one is a spread collar, and a fairly wide spread collar at that but not a cutaway.
The problem isn't the shoulder, it's armhole. It looks too narrow. See this post: http://www.styleforum.net/t/151698/divot-terror#post_2686570
But Huntsman style is generally one button with notched lapels, not peaked lapels.
I find that peak lapels are too formal on a single-breasted suit made in a very informal flannel houndstooth. If you want a single-breasted suit with peak lapels, go for a dressier worsted cloth. And definitely not a houndstooth check. But if you like Huntsman, go for their signature look of a single button and notch lapels. It works with any type of cloth, from a brown flannel check to a dark navy worsted.
I don't see the point in 3D rendering, since it's not going to accurately portray anything. The best thing to do is what you'll find on some bespoke tailors' websites. Just show examples of different styles you make, like 2-button, 3-button, 1-button, double-breasted, classic cut, fashion cut. Anderson & Sheppard's suit is a good example:http://www.anderson-sheppard.co.uk/style/house-style.htmlThe suits don't even have to be on models. The cut can be seen well on a...
1) I'd like to see more classic solid poplins. Like a sky blue, periwinkle and cream. Plus end-on-end shirts, like in light blue and mid blue. Those are the most basic of shirts and what I get the most use out of. 2) I'd like to see a classic black and white Glen Urquhart check suit and darker grey glen checks. Navy and grey birdseye would be nice to see as well. 3) I prefer seeing more fabric choices. Models are irrelevant if the clothes are custom-made. They can help...
I can't say those work for me.
The colour of shirt and tie are fine, but don't wear a button down collar.
I don't disagree, but darker than French blue and what tie do you wear with it?
So you're in high school? Men don't match their date. I'd have to recommend a solid white shirt since it's for a dance at night. A light blue tie would go best, especially since there is light blue in the suit. I'd recommend a solid shirt and tie since the suit is patterned. It's best to keep things simple in the evening. Because there is blue in the suit, anything other than blue or white (but definitely not a white tie) will either clash to be too much colour in the...
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