or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › A&S
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

A&S - Page 56

post #826 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
These are possibly the worst pictures of Bar Refaeli I've ever seen. I mean.. it's not Tuesday, right?

This is the A&S thread. Everything looks uglier in here.

--Andre
post #827 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bull View Post

Oooops.
post #828 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bull View Post

Oooops...

i get it, youre trying to be one of the cool kids posting these pics but the position of annoying pic poster has already been filled

we dont need another poor mans voxsantorum, ok "bull"?

btw welcome to sf
post #829 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bull View Post


Oooops...
Nice drape in that DB.
post #830 of 1570


I am a drapist for sure. For. Sure.

p.s. Ooooops...
post #831 of 1570
Let me ruin the boobies with an A&S thread tribute shot with a BMI of 17.

post #832 of 1570
^^ You need to crank up the exposure in that pic

EDIT: Tried to do it on my computer. Results were not good ....
LL
post #833 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
^^ You need to crank up the exposure in that pic

EDIT: Tried to do it on my computer. Results were not good ....

Thanks, I thought as much. It was very dark on my notebook's display but okay on the external monitor. However, I think the results would be bad, even if the exposure were fine!
post #834 of 1570
Manton, apart from the obviously nice cloth and pattern, what made you choose a gun club?
I think it would have been much saver (for both sides) to start with plain cloth for the first commission!

In the meantime I recommend reading Chris Despos' summary again!
He explained your "drape"!



For all those who'd like to see how a balanced (and very well made, too) coat should look like:

post #835 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
Manton, apart from the obviously nice cloth and pattern, what made you choose a gun club? I think it would have been much saver (for both sides) to start with plain cloth for the first commission! In the meantime I recommend reading Chris Despos' summary again! He explained your "drape"! For all those who'd like to see how a balanced (and very well made, too) coat should look like:
Ah....Andrew Ramroop in classic understated British style. That reminds me...
post #836 of 1570
What about the 'pull' in the above pic ?
post #837 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
What about the 'pull' in the above pic ?
When I get up in the morning, I put my suit on and stand still all day. I never have any pulls, dimples, creases whatsoever. Think about it.
post #838 of 1570
Based on my own experience and observation, I would say Andrew is the finest on the Row.
post #839 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by jaeger View Post
Based on my own experience and observation, I would say Andrew is the finest on the Row.
Based on my own observation, but not experience, I agree.
post #840 of 1570
Quote:
Originally Posted by George View Post
Ah....Andrew Ramroop in classic understated British style.


He's Trini...understated isn't really in our blood.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › A&S