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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
You might want to consider finding something to do with your life besides analyzing the difference in height between bespoke jacket pockets.

Just a suggestion.

Like twirl around on poles?
post #3152 of 37075
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Originally Posted by Philip1978 View Post
If one doesn't want people making observations, than one shouldn't post their picture.

post #3153 of 37075
Paolo that sportcoat fits nicely, but I would probably button only the middle button. I think it was intended to roll down to the middle.
post #3154 of 37075
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Vox Sometimes the left pocket on that jacket seems a bit high compared with the right pocket.

http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=37192 http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=40708

although flaps in, it looks level http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=54294

It can look as if the whole jacket is slightly tilted. Just my imagination? I hate asking this about your "new favourite suit".

It was 20 degrees with morning with a windchill that, as the title of the post indicates, was ball freezing.

Since this is a pop quickly out of the car, take a shot, and pop back into the car photo, I suppose the jacket pockets might be slightly racked in the shot. I promise to use a laser level next time.


- B
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
Paolo that sportcoat fits nicely, but I would probably button only the middle button. I think it was intended to roll down to the middle.

I usually wear it with only the middle button but it did not role over neatly. It is extremely slim and I have a bit of a stomach so I sometimes don't button it at all which I hate doing especially with 3 button jackets. I actually had the jacket let out about an inch. I do have a pic of myself with the middle button, but at the time the jacket was not let out. I'll find it and post it to get opinions.
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I promise to use a laser level next time.

You know, there's an app for that.
post #3157 of 37075
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Off to London this morning for a seminar. I quickly abandoned the idea of wearing the EG Chelsea's when I looked out the door and saw an inch of snow. White stuff on hat and coat is snow not dandruff. Apologies for the pocket bulges - should have left the gloves on my hands:



well dressed for a day in the city.

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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
StyleForvm warning; black shoes abundant in this post. Apologies about the pose, but I twisted my knee last week.



like the color combos ... hard to tell how great the fit is due to the darkness of the pictures. I particularly like the PRL monochrome.

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Originally Posted by theteacher View Post
END OF DAY
OTR top to bottom


well done. like the color play of yellow and blue ... very underrated on here.

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Originally Posted by AlwaysDressed View Post
...

fresh!!

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Freeze My Balls Off II Monday:



[click photo to travel back to the Jurassic]

Steed (Edwin DeBoise) DB bespoke suit in Smith & Co. 11oz flannel (for those of you who care, this is a model with the front cut)
Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker) bespoke shirt in Acorn Grange, barrel cuffs
E. G. Cappelli (for A Suitable Wardrobe) lined six-fold tie
Drakes wool and silk square
Thurston suspenders with the much lamented cat gut ends
Gallo socks
Vass Old English, antique cognac shell cordovan, F last
Tiffany Etoile band in platinum
A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia (gen I) in white 18k, midnight blue face and band
Tom Ford sunglasses


- B

VERY VERY nice Vox ... i think i see my issue with Steed vs MBT ... and why i give the edge to MBT. Comparing this in the wild shot with your MBT, i think the MBT's have a slimmer upper sleeve (above your elbow going up) and tighter chest. This makes the MBT more "athletic" looking than the Steeds.

Either way, like i said its VERY VERY nice ... and something i would definitely love to own in my wardrobe. Digging the collar on the Dege also.
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
VERY VERY nice Vox ... i think i see my issue with Steed vs MBT ... and why i give the edge to MBT. Comparing this in the wild shot with your MBT, i think the MBT's have a slimmer upper sleeve (above your elbow going up) and tighter chest. This makes the MBT more "athletic" looking than the Steeds.

Either way, like i said its VERY VERY nice ... and something i would definitely love to own in my wardrobe. Digging the collar on the Dege also.

Thank you.

Being already athletic, I prefer to tone done how athletic I look lest I give all the girlies the vapors.


- B
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For SkinnyGoomba

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You're right, it doesnt roll. I think it looks better with just the middle buttoned.
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post
Me looking particularly surly having been in the womens section of Urban Outfitters for about half an hour!

You look seriously pissed off.

BTW, you probably get this a lot, but at least in that photo you look the spitting image of that guy from My Family & the BT ads. Better dressed, mind you.

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Originally Posted by XeF4 View Post
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2720/...8c0b3d9a_o.jpg

H&M
Forever21
Levi's corduroy
Clarks

Levi's look too tight but I really like that sweatervest. Is that the H&M item from your brand list?

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Originally Posted by BBC View Post
BB shetland Brookstweed 3/2 sack (just purchased, need to take the sleeves up .25-.5")...
Rodex of London car coat

The jacket could probably be taken in at the waist a touch too. The car coat is cool.

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Freeze My Balls Off II Monday:



[click photo to travel back to the Jurassic]

Steed (Edwin DeBoise) DB bespoke suit in Smith & Co. 11oz flannel (for those of you who care, this is a model with the front cut)
Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker) bespoke shirt in Acorn Grange, barrel cuffs
E. G. Cappelli (for A Suitable Wardrobe) lined six-fold tie

Real swell, gangster chic.

Well worth a requote.

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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
Kilgour 10oz Loro Piana suit
PRL tie

The suit & tie are made for each other; excellent combo choice.

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Burberry Prorsum overcoat

Prorsum has some fab outerwear.

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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Very nice. We got some light snow too, but thankfully nothing settled.










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Windy Monday in teh A:

Lack of Focus:


Lots of Focus:
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Like twirl around on poles?

Not worth the trouble, Trini. At breakfast when I had just turned 13, a great battle was fought and I managed to secure possession of the Kellog's Signet Ring of Invulnerability, which not even the most derivative of Ralph Lauren poseur can pierce. He's just jealous.

Anyway, if any of us had lives, we wouldn't be here.
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

There both from Canada, what do you expect?
post #3165 of 37075
Love the shirt Holdfast.
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