Are you talking about the crease on top of your shoulder?Amongst other things, this can be caused by a yoke measurement that's too small. Same effect with jackets. Not sure if that's your case though can't tell.
I don't like that shade of grey (very business-y) in such a casual jacket myself. Seems a bit incongruous.I think I'll pick up a grey cardigan. For about $60 after the coupon (and in store so no postage), that's a good price.Was considering a grey v neck as well, but I am not sure I'd wear it enough. Can anyone convince me otherwise ?
No way - I have beautiful shirts from Luxire that were $60.In my experience with Luxire, something that is 120/140 is a good guide. And if it's branded, even better. More often than not these will be over $100, but not always.E.g.http://luxire.com/products/lilac-small-gingham-by-montiI have the above, it's lovely and smooth, and only $80.I think you just have to hunt around a bit.
I think the shirt is almost there. Much slimmer and it'll pucker when you sit down. Maybe reduce the back waist by a touch but not much.For the pants, I'd perhaps reduce front hip and half hip a bit to tighten it in those areas, and maybe an inch off the rise and a quarter or half inch off the thigh but it all depends on how you want them to look, and how high you're going to wear them.
Some classic bathroom shots of my attempt to have Luxire replicate Proper Cloth's "Soft Milano Cutaway".http://propercloth.com/collar-styles/soft-milano-cutaway-collarI also asked for a curved at the side of the collar, which I think is essential for collars with a large height at the back so that they don't splay out at the side. It probably could do with even more of a curve than it's got. And I think the back height is a little much even for me.Anyway, as expected, it's...