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post #24916 of 32778
Todd V - I'm certainly no expert but the main issue looks like the front balance is off. Maybe it's just the way you're standing, but the quarters look completely closed. It also might be due to the height of the buttoning point. The jacket doesn't look excessively short, but you might need a 37S rather than an XS so that the buttoning point is more proportionate.
post #24917 of 32778
Thanks for the input Frank and Beatle -- I see I was leaning back in that photo. That accounts for the back bubble as well. I have habit of that. Here's a few more with better posture. Does this look better? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Edit: Adding MUCH better photos with proper trousers. Less bunching of the shirt under the jacket and bulkiness of the jeans. Nevermind the tie -- I had different suit on at work. smile.gif

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Edited by Todd V - 11/11/13 at 4:35pm
post #24918 of 32778
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

A photo with a little bit of fall color for wj4:

Navy label shirt, Barena knit sport coat, and sanded canvas Walts


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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Ha ha. I was thinking the same thing... That shirt looks nice. Tempted to get one at that sale price.

Also @Todd V, the length looks fine to me.
No fair, dudes. I already plan on going to Home Depot for my photo submission to get some fall colors in the background frown.gif


I also agree with Frank in regard to Todd's jacket not being too short. I think at your height, if the jacket was to cover your whole rear, it'd be too long.
post #24919 of 32778
The button stance looks a bit high, but only to a #menswear nit-picky eye. The bottom hem doesn't pass your thumb and covers your ass, which makes it a good length in my book.

Nice jacket! One of my favorite FFs they've done.
post #24920 of 32778

^Nice jacket Todd. I saw the swatch in person and the goldenrod is definitely very nice. 

post #24921 of 32778
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Originally Posted by FLW View Post

The button stance looks a bit high, but only to a #menswear nit-picky eye. The bottom hem doesn't pass your thumb and covers your ass, which makes it a good length in my book.

Nice jacket! One of my favorite FFs they've done.

The button stance could be a tad lower I'm sure. If I went with a Short (-1") instead of XShort (-2") I really think it'd be too long. It would be longer than any other suit I have and I'm ususally complaining that my jackets are too long. I'm hard to please. mwink[1].gif

I guess my FF jacket lays more like this:



and less like this:

post #24922 of 32778
I think you made a great choice, length-wise. I hear ya on the hard to please bit, too!
post #24923 of 32778

Love these shoes

 

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post #24924 of 32778
Is the single breast Veneto and vest going to be restocked this season or is it a wait until next year?
post #24925 of 32778
^ No restocks on those this season, per earlier response by Mike (I think). Only 1 shipment per season on those.
post #24926 of 32778

It's mid Nov now, still on track for that MTO shirting?

post #24927 of 32778
Mike,

Any plans to restock the two-tone Greeley balmorals in calf/suede again? Missed out on them when they were a MTO option...
post #24928 of 32778
Family time in the backyard:


Epaulet Fair Isle Sweater and Bridle Leather Belt from last fall...
post #24929 of 32778
Rob, that sweater is fantastic. I've been debating it for almost a year, but find it too orange in the photos - although it looks more burgundy based on you. What's your take IRL?

EDIT: Nvm - looks like my size is gone. So goes the Epaulet train.
post #24930 of 32778
Waiting for the snow... Cranberry windowpane FF sport coat and FF corduroy Walts. Geelong cardigan hiding underneath.

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