And let me just add that it was a bit strange people posting such bad fits with Richard Chai. I mean the jacket sq posted, is probably my favorite piece of outerwear I own, yet I completely agree it looked like shit on him (then again I think he needed to size up, IIRC).
I guess it helps when half your wardrobe is other Chai pieces, as I think my wardrobe fits together quite nicely and homogeneously. Also his pants are the greatest things ever. The fit is what I would consider to be absolutely perfect; however, that fit is baggy, droopey, and cropped, so it's definitely not for everyone. I love it though.
I think the problem some have with it, is it's tailored clothing, but still very casual imo. To me, his aesthetic is about combing very tailored items with what would appear to be thrifted, heavily worn stuff (baggy pants, plaid shirts, etc.). I think people try to make it more formal than it should be based on individual items they see. I think most of the tailored stuff still has casual details, like zippers or drawstrings or the fabric or whatever, so when you try to combine it with more formal stuff it just doesn't look right. That's why I said I don't think most Chai would ever look good on sq. His wardrobe just isn't casual enough, imo. Then again, I think your wardrobe is a bit too formal, too.
And when I say formal I mean in terms of streetwear. I would consider Lanvin's runway formal, even though it has a lot of sneakers, no ties, etc. Where as a I would consider casual someone like Frost Birgens
(yeah I know, super random example).