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Posts by Makoto Chan

It looks like a regular navy peacoat. I think Sterlingwear of Boston makes or made them for the navy.
Hello everyone, I've been wearing a pair of APC Petit Standards for a couple of years now. They always looked good, although it was a while before the pockets were of any use - they were too tight! I like the clean, slim fit. I'm a thin guy so it isn't too tight on me - although I really don't want super-skinny jeans. Anyway I'm thinking about getting a new pair of jeans. I wish I could get a pair with a higher waist. Keeping my shirt tucked in is such a pain in the ass...
Gotta be a troll! This is too funny. Bravo.
Am I reading this right? You're spending thousands of dollars on uncomfortable shoes? You have multiple pairs paid for and on the way and you still don't know what to expect? I can appreciate that the compliments on your Lobbs mean a lot to you, but... You're making life difficult for yourself.
This is a troll thread, right?
I agree with jedwards that although these suits look too tight, they look "in fashion" and none of them are really so offensive as the double-breasted suit. Looks like you could pull it off well if it didn't fit so poorly. Follow David Reeves' advice and get a few tailored suits that fit you correctly.
Not ideal, but I suppose if you are wearing a suit that fits, how bad could the tie possibly mess it up?
You're arguing about grammar.
It's not offensive, it's just off-topic, and a bit condescending. "Has anyone here tried exercising?" Pretty sure the answer is yes.
This.Many of us would like to be in better shape and have all sorts of reasons for not exercising more/eating better/whatever. One of the ways we try to look and feel our best is through our clothes, and this is a forum for discussing that. Fortunately there's also a Health and Body forum on this website, too.
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