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JCrew trousers are great for the price, even if it may seem somewhat expensive. The fit is classic and modern at the same time.
It's SF lingo. By quarters we mean the bottom front halves of the jacket. If they overlap awkwardly (see pic #1) we say that they're closed. Ideally, they should look like in the second picture, where they're open. It depends on the cut of the jacket, as well. Some are cut to be open, some are cut to be closed. However, sometimes the fit is just wrong which results in an undesired overlap of the two front halves of the jacket. Usually, it's the front-back balance and can't...
Brice, much better in terms of color coordination. I like this outfit a lot. Moving on to the fit of the jacket, it seems to me that the quarters of the jacket may not be fitting ideally. If you'd like feedback on the fit of your clothes from members here, try to get some full length shots. Otherwise, keep on improving!
Shirt and tie are a bit too busy for my taste.
Thank you!
Would be much better with a regular cotton blue shirt. Still, very interesting and well executed.
I had to thumb that because it had a reference to poetry.
Southern Style, I thought I'd eventually get used to your short pants and maybe even like the look. Sadly, it still ruins your otherwise great ensembles for me. Would you care to share the reasoning behind your negative break?
The lesser of two evils would be to buy a new shirt. I know that what I said doesn't make sense, but you should still do it. In the meantime wear the yellowed shirt with suits and the roll-up the sleeves on the other one in summer with casual linen or cotton pants.
Is there a more detailed recipe for this? I want to try this too.
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