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post #16 of 37
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Originally Posted by PaoloM View Post
It looks like any other white shirt. I have a cheap white shirt from the GAP that has a better fit than that.

what a cock
post #17 of 37
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Originally Posted by anon View Post
what a cock

Sorry, I did not know baggy shirts were in.
post #18 of 37
The back does seem excessively full. Your body shape seems like it would benefit from darts.
post #19 of 37
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Originally Posted by archetypal_yuppie View Post
It looks very good. Don't go overboard on tightness. Darts are unusual for shirts used in business setting. It is normal to have some extra fabric in the back, unless your trying to make it look like a "going out" shirt.
Stupid advice
post #20 of 37
I dont get these threads. Why do you need others to tell you if your clothes fit? Invest in a mirror.

dl
post #21 of 37
A fine fit, needs pressed though.
post #22 of 37
I´m a bit puzzled over all the threads with shirts fits. I can undertand suit/jacket fitting and advise, as it's hard to know what can be done and corrected. But a shirt?! come on...can't people just look into the mirror and see how the fit is themselves?!
post #23 of 37
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Originally Posted by B|aze View Post
I´m a bit puzzled over all the threads with shirts fits. I can undertand suit/jacket fitting and advise, as it's hard to know what can be done and corrected. But a shirt?! come on...can't people just look into the mirror and see how the fit is themselves?!
People are asking the opinion of those who may have more experience with these situations than others. I have never ordered a MTM shirt. Someone who has ordered several may know some tricks or tips to get better results. Additionally, I have recently posted a thread about how a shirt fits because I do not know exactly how a shirt is supposed to fit. Others here will know much better than I do. How wide are the shoulders supposed to be? Where should the sleeve come to? Is my cuff too big? These are things you may not be sure about, but others with more experience can easily point out.
post #24 of 37
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Originally Posted by imageWIS View Post
No. Darts are fine in a shirt in order to ensure that it fits properly (if they are required). You don't want a bunch of fabric bunching in the rear, unless you have an actual parachute attached and you just landed.

Please, don't read what the newbie posts, he knows not of what he writes.

Darts ARE unusual in a business setting. I have eyes, thus I can easily observe this among the hundreds of suit wearing people I see every day at my office. You will find darts on approx 1% of people's shirts. When you do, the shirts are typically way too tight.

You don't have to be a poster on styleforum to know what you're talking about. being one of 20 people that posts frequently on an internet forum /= certification in style. much of what you see in WAYWRN or (whatever its called) looks borderline ridiculous.
post #25 of 37
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post
Stupid advice

some people don't like looking like a flamer 24/7.
post #26 of 37
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Originally Posted by archetypal_yuppie View Post
Darts ARE unusual in a business setting.


So is clothing that fits.
post #27 of 37
so in other words, my statement was accurate.
post #28 of 37
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Originally Posted by B|aze View Post
I´m a bit puzzled over all the threads with shirts fits.
I can undertand suit/jacket fitting and advise, as it's hard to know what can be done and corrected.

But a shirt?! come on...can't people just look into the mirror and see how the fit is themselves?!

Silly post. I think that it is actually quite interesting to exchange opinions on fit and things like that. More interesting than discussing whether Kiton is more handmade than Brioni. If you are not interested in "how does it fit" posts, well, don't bloody waste your time reading them. What they are about is often announced in the title.
post #29 of 37
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Originally Posted by epa View Post
Silly post. I think that it is actually quite interesting to exchange opinions on fit and things like that. More interesting than discussing whether Kiton is more handmade than Brioni. If you are not interested in "how does it fit" posts, well, don't bloody waste your time reading them. What they are about is often announced in the title.
Take it easy and be polite I just can't see how hard it is too feel/see if a shirt fits...
post #30 of 37
Especially considering that when people order the shirt, they mostly take meassuerment from thier best fitting shirts in the first place. That should indicate that they already know what fits and looks nice. But hey...like I said, I was just puzzled
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