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Quote: Originally Posted by Jan_ This is a SC. It has patch pockets. A (true) blazer has flap pockets, is dark navy and has six golden buttons in the double breasted form and three or four buttons (I forgot) on each sleeve or three buttons + four on each sleeve in the single breasted form. Other colors are possible: black, camel, bordeaux, dark green. Other buttons are possible: mother of pearl, vitreous enamel. Anything else is probably a...
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I just came back from the thrift shop, picked up my first blazer/sports coat(can somebody clarify the difference for me)while I was there for the price of a cup of Starbucks coffee. I have very limited knowledge on fits. What should to be done? Shoulders okay? Size needs taken in? Chest okay? Waist too big? Camera ran out of batter after I realize I forgot to tuck my shirt in .
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Well, post better pictures for us will help us to help you. Post some from different angles. You're not wearing shoes in your picture, it's hard to say for sure if your pants are too long although it looks like they might be. But if I were you, I'd get the rise lowered. I'm gonna set back and let the pros to help you out
Quote: Originally Posted by ESPNHD If you are in the USA, even the slimmest shirts of Hugo Boss are very large. +1 I have a gap long sleeve dress shirt in size xs that I thought was a medium because it was so roomy.
OP you have no game. I'm sorry but you fucking suck, lol.
Quote: Originally Posted by landshark I was told a story about a kid who wore a suit and tie to the job fair at Six Flags over Texas, and the different departments fought over him for a week. To say the least, he didn't end up in the food department. From my personal experience, I once met with the owner of a valet company at a bar for a job interview for a position as a valet. I wore a sport coat, trousers and a tie and got a position as a manager...
Quote: Originally Posted by Holdfast My only friendly suggestion is to approach a different technique to blur your imagine. It almost as if you were a criminal in your fit pics, while styling of course
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