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It's not draping very well through the body which means to me that it's tight. You also have some major collar gap going on. But I don't feel like the shoulders are too bad width-wise. The pants are probably unhemmed which is why the are long. Probably should try the next size up but you still might have the gap, and the arms could be too long.
X-post from the colorful shirt challenge. [[SPOILER]]
Usually I wear this purple gingham shirt without a tie, but gave it a run as a little more formal for this challenge. Cheers. [[SPOILER]] Question for you all...if I were to wear this shirt with a tie again, what other colors could work? I have a medium gray with a very subtle glen plaid that to my eye might be ok. Anything else?
The 48 is a little more classic for the length. If you want that length, the silhouette is ok, but you could still taper a little bit further through the body. I agree that the 46 fits pretty well through the body. You'd just need to clean up the pants length.
You send me the $ to pay for it and I will gladly buy a pair in shell!
Regarding the statement, I was trying to make light of the previous threads and how a tan jacket should be left in the 90s.Regarding the shoes, they are burgundy, not walnut.But on that topic, walnut is going to create a contrast with a whole lot of colors, so where does one wear them?
I hope this navy blue suit doesn't stir up negative connotations to when blue was debuted via a suit on March 12, 1961. I mean, that was, like, 50 years ago. Or shoes, which by some circles are considered to be a headscratching 2nd invention right after fire, when clearly the personal computer would have been a more logical choice. Cheers.
I'm not going to write off the whole company because a few one off casual jackets are not 100% wool or cotton. I don't think the majority of SF is buying the Copenhagen anyway, we all seem to be Napoli, Sienna, London, Lazio, and Soho people.
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