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The fits here are great, but what I want to know is what saves this one from looking like an orphaned suit jacket with jeans? I like this and think it looks fine, but what is is about this that makes it OK? Edumacate me.
THere is something oddly comforting about finding out that the dog in your old avatar is apparently your actual dog. Nice. Great Dane FTW.
I believe he said this was a caruso suit.
hopefully not the HY's that we were trying to convince you to get
Saturday and the dog
Great. Had to time this post spoo...
Most everything seemed good here, and I know SF says "buy suit, look good," but you sound like you just got out of college. Do you need a suit? In the current work environment (clothing wise) you're better off buying sport coats. More useful. You can wear a sport coat in a business casual environment and not look like a douche.
I do have a recurring sleeve issue and I do need longer sleeves. I am getting ready to remedy this in the near future, MTM shirts here I come, but don't want to trash my existing shirt wardrobe.I agree that there's nothing "wrong" here, just not great.I agree with this. I like my coat sleeves to cover my wrist.To sum up, "Wear to dive bar and spill beer on this coat. Not the nice one we think you should get."
Winter is coming. But seriously, I'm trying to decide if the fit on this peacoat is any good. This was a pre-sf purchase when I wasn't as fit conscious as I am now. Keep? Toss? Burn in effigy? (though burning wool smells kinda bad)
The worst part of those shoes is the disturbingly human-skin color to them. Yow.
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