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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Pretty good, Newcomer. Fit on the jackets looks good from the photos your posted. Couple things worth improving upon would be a wider collared shirt, so that it fits under your lapels; and to burn/donate that tie.

Thanks Mr. Moo for the comments. Shirts are the next obstacle that I plan on tackling, and will probably opt for a collar that is wider and has more tie space.

And the tie! Bah, I love this tie.
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@ ryoneo

You rock loud socks well. Not everyone has this ability, therefore you owe it to humanity to continue.
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@ ryoneo

You rock loud socks well. Not everyone has this ability, therefore you owe it to humanity to continue.

Thanks, and don't worry, I will
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First WAYWRN post.

Welcome, Newcomer.

My only advice would to suggest adding something with some "motion".

The graph print shirt, straight lined repp tie and vertical lined pochette are all so... straight. Try it with a pochette that has a paisley, or some movement to counteract such straight lines everywhere else.

Looks good though.
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What do you guys think of this coat? Ugly? Too much? Okay? Need some input.
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^ Perfect for the Friday Challenge this week!

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Very nice as always. Where were you off to lookin' so sharp on a sunday?

Church. Thanks!
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Wear that and make a middle finger posture? In terms of the coat, can you you gurus give me some insights/thoughts?
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Wear that and make a middle finger posture?
In terms of the coat, can you you gurus give me some insights/thoughts?

That cloth is hella FU... but the cut is rather Rodney Dangerfield.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Welcome, Newcomer.

My only advice would to suggest adding something with some "motion".

The graph print shirt, straight lined repp tie and vertical lined pochette are all so... straight. Try it with a pochette that has a paisley, or some movement to counteract such straight lines everywhere else.

Looks good though.

That is actually a really good point. Never even thought about a 'motion' concept. I have a great Rubinacci square for that, definitely spoo approved . And by the way, I would really recommend the Ring Jacket coats / suits (I remember you having some interest in them a while back). Very soft shoulders, and looks to be incredibly well constructed--especially for the price point. Watch out for the pants though, they definitely fall under the nut hugger category. The cut is very flattering, even for someone with as awkward of a body as I have.
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What do you guys think of this coat? Ugly? Too much? Okay? Need some input.

Great coat! Very English country look. I like the slanted pockets with flaps that are horizontal at their ends. Nice pattern matching as well. Would look better with the top button undone. Do you know who the maker is?
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Nii....I have to get thanks to Phatty G on the collar roll. He helped me out quite a bit with the specs.

i thought it looked very similar to the PL stuff i had seen on here ... so not surprised PG had a hand in its provisioning. well played.

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Right. Those pictures are older. In the meantime I started reading books on portrait photography and changed my posing already (as can be seen in the picture from earlier that day). This is another shot from today (but since I wasn't wearing that outside--just testing how it looks--I didn't post it):

lapels are fine, but both of those jackets have serious shoulder issues. your jackets should sit on your neck firmly, form a smooth line to your shoulders and drape gracefully. just look at folks like someotherstyle, PG, Vox or Orgertorix's jackets and observe the smooth transition from collar to shoulder to cuff. that is what you should strive for.

also ditch the gadgety zip up sweaters and the like, underneath sports coats. go with a simple solid dress, well fitting s/c and you would look significantly well put together.

stay stylin'

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Thanks, its one of Howard Younts suits.

ah - those sold like hot cakes ... surprisingly, this is only the second one i've seen here.

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nice jacket ... no comment on the other items since they seem to have been addressed already.

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First WAYWRN post. Picture taken before an early Valentine's Day dinner. Sorry y'all, no pictures of the lady this time. Please forgive the terrible photos, I will try to improve. Nonetheless, I did include the obligatory bathroom shot. The collar of the jacket normally hugs the shirt, but I used some wonky poses.

nice first post. i dont know if it is your stance of otherwise (since the issue is not present in your second pic) but in the first and third pic, you are displaying some collar gap. see if a tailor can rectify that if it is a true issue.

stay stylin'
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Career Fair!
Went with euro trim.


Note: Pen was in outer pocket because I needed it handy for writing notes at the engineering fair.

Looks mind-bogglingly uncomfortable.
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First post! Sorry in advance for the terrible photos; had to use my cellphones camera, which is quite terrible and does NOT have a self timer so.. No full body shots this time. Also no shoe shot because I am in my house and I don't wear my shoes inside






All comments are appreciated. Really wish I could take a full body shot right now with shoes on but it's impossible right now, so yeah.. all critique is helpful Still building my wardrobe.
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Butler, killing it as always. That is one spectacular suit. Congrats to your mom on her 90th! She looks great.[/quote]

[quote=upr_crust;4123250]All of the above and then some, Butler, for you, your suit, and your mother.

It seems to be a Sunday requiring dressing up. I am called upon to attend a ceremony of a religious nature this afternoon (a happy one), and have decided to pull out most of the sartorial stops, whether to such an elegant extent as Butler remains to be seen.


boss!! congrats to your moms.



Thank you all!



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First post! Sorry in advance for the terrible photos; had to use my cellphones camera, which is quite terrible and does NOT have a self timer so.. No full body shots this time. Also no shoe shot because I am in my house and I don't wear my shoes inside

Please wear shoes in pics anyway. Always.
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