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Good lord. Rob kills me with the navy suede LWB again. I'm hoping to repro that fit with the plum one day.

wj4, thanks for reminding how awesome caramels are.

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Finally better pictures of the Awning Walt today:
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More images are on the blog for those interested.
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Finally better pictures of the Awning Walt today:
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More images are on the blog for those interested.

 

Nice fit on the jacket, wj4.

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Finally better pictures of the Awning Walt today:
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More images are on the blog for those interested.

 

Fucking baller.

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Fantastic.
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Thanks, bros! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I also like the fit, but do you usually have that much of a break on your trousers? Seem like they could stand to be taken up a half inch or more.

 

Still, a great example of how to wear that awning stripe. I think any darker bold trouser pattern could work well in that fit.

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I had the legs tapered and the tailor tapered the leg openings a bit too aggressively, I think leg openings are now around a little over 7", usually 7.5" is the sweet spot. When not wearing shoes, the pants are long enough to cover my ankle bones. I thought initially that I would go for a no break look, but I don't mind it as is. Who knows, I may get bored and get them hemmed up another .5-1", haha.
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Definitely not the slim guy the marcello was made for. I'm 90% sure this jacket is too tight on me— need some advice. Looking at the side seams near the arm holes and on the rear-facing shot the shoulders/triceps are tight (among other areas). Am I just not used to wearing a SC this close fitting or is it too small?
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It looks good to me, but the pictures are from afar. The last picture: perhaps the waist compression is too much for you?
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It looks good to me, but the pictures are from afar. The last picture: perhaps the waist compression is too much for you?

Here's a few closer pictures.
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Mike, what are the seam allowances to take out the waist? Or perhaps that's not worth it....
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Its not terrible man, but if its uncomfortable, that may kill it for you. I'm pretty sure most SC are made with allowances all over, but a quick ask at your tailor should confirm...Mike may know more specifically how much though.

Epaulet Mocs today, a scorcher in the boro:
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Rob: Taking pictures is pretty fun, but can be frustrating in getting the right hue/angles. I spent about 30 minutes taking those pictures this morning, haha. The lighting was definitely hard to capture on my measly point and shoot. I will try to wake up early and do it again tomorrow.
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Holy fucking weight loss batman! Rob you are disappearing man...
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wj4... Gotta hand it to you man, your last few combinations are fucking ace, nice work and please keep posting pics. I noticed in one of those you may have been in my neck of the woods near Thai Town, am I right?
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