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Noted. Thanks.

I'm still not sure there's anything wrong with the first fit even though I am wearing chinos and sneakers.

However I acknowledge that the Lanvin sneakers were a poor choice with the cords in the second fit.

If I was wearing my snuff Alden boots the second fit would have been infinitely better.
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Y's for men dark grey striped suit in rayon/wool blend, thick and soft with nice drape
Ute ss12 linen bag
vintage op
reinhard wool
uniqlo tee
converse



also went to check out this robe, aw13 look11, it's quite regal :-)



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Whelp, there's the next fit battle right there.
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shahpatisran killed it
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i really dig the glasses shah, and the fit is icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I know this has been answered over and over again, but I'm curious-- to get the oversized look, are Yohji jackets simply cut a size or two "bigger," as in every dimension is oversized, or are just some of the proportions enlarged while others stay more true-to-size?

In other news, Shah does Yohji mad well
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dat face.
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Originally Posted by Jabonator View Post


that stretch in Grace of So Real, Hallelujah, and Lover, You Should've Come Over is pretty amazing. don't know how into modern classical you are, but I've been listening to this live Philip Glass performance on repeat as I work lately. has some of my favorite pieces, and it's cool to hear him play his own work http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_jDwx9TYo4

got to meet mr. shah on his trip to NYC. very nice, very intelligent, and far older than anyone probably would imagine. he's got to be at least 75. he doesn't look it though. something about a side effect of subcellular crystallization that keeps him looking young.
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robe fit is one of the best ever posted here
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I'm reminded of a wonderful dream I had recently in which I was sitting outside a taco truck aptly named 'El Diablo', enjoying a Pabst. I had the pleasure of meeting His Shah-ness, and Tween and Bows1 were present as well. There was conversation, laughter, and fine fabrics. Time stood still. I remember a fleeting image of foliage... a forest perhaps? And then I woke up.
(with a splitting headache)
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Finally motivated to post something.

 

 

Études                                    

Pure Blue Japan 

Saint Laurent Paris

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fantasteek, shah! you have a face!!!!!!!

kg badass as always, too
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

I know this has been answered over and over again, but I'm curious-- to get the oversized look, are Yohji jackets simply cut a size or two "bigger," as in every dimension is oversized, or are just some of the proportions enlarged while others stay more true-to-size?

In other news, Shah does Yohji mad well

 

My sense is that they're cut bigger in all dimensions, but the amount of biggeritude varies by dimension. This is part of why simply buying a suit 2 sizes too big doesn't look as good. The other part is his fabrics, which tend to be softer and drape fantastically. 

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Thought herp was thewho at first.
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