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Yes, I believe most of us agree with you. I think a large man in a (good) three piece suit actually looks much better than a skinny man in a three piece suit, hence my post of Taft. It projects a degree of gravitas and self-assurance that is just not easily faked. But that may be a minority opinion.
Crocs are also well within the mainstream (no offense).
FTFYCuffing your jeans to show off that little red stripe is like leaving a button undone to show of your surgeon's cuffs. No one cares that your jeans are selvage.
Really? You literally wrote the words "it is just ugly when someone with a belly tries to wear a waistcoat." What would you suggest they wear instead? Two piece suit? Trousers and odd jacket? Sweatpants? Muumuu?Did we turn into a bunch of catty girls here? Never mind, don't answer that. Either way, this isn't about who wears it better, it's about how every man can look his best. I am thin but have fairly narrow shoulders - should I just hide away in shame because I don't...
Exactly. A properly cut (i.e. sans ultra-low-rise trousers) three-piece suit is probably the absolute best thing a more, ahem, big-boned gentleman can wear.Waistcoats shouldn't be worn by men with big bellies? What utter, utter nonsense.
Pop Burger.You're welcome.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/286414/just-joined-how-do-i-sell-something/0_100#post_5176825Also, the rules about buy/sell posts are explained clearly and in excruciating detail on the first page of the Marketplace forum...http://www.styleforum.net/f/6654/marketplace#
http://www.getkempt.com/storefront/a-first-look-inside-j-crews-ludlow-shop.phpSee second photo.It also says so on the J. Crew website, but that information is embedded in the flash-based overview of the Ludlow suit, so I can't post a direct link - if you care you can click through a few pages to see it:http://www.jcrew.com/mens_feature/TheLudlowShop.jsp
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