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post #108826 of 117668
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

if you changed your shirt, this would be a really awesome fit
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

it's not that the shirt is bad. it's just that a better shirt would elevate this to top tier status.

what, in your opinion, would make for a better shirt for benes fit?
post #108827 of 117668
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I'll concede the stacking doesn't look bad here although I personally don't condone any stacking above the knees. And I'll amend that any thin wool fabric will never look good 'stacking' a la Bene's pic, but I assume this guy here is wearing at least a mid-weight or heavy-weight wool pants which lend to some semblance of structure in stacking. Side note, the one button thing annoys me to no end when there's three or four buttons, moreso than nahneun's whining.

post #108828 of 117668

Bene,

 

I just noticed, did you steal Jameister's technique of bending your arms to hide or compensate the extra sleeve length? 

post #108829 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

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Different pair of pants than the ones i normally roll, these are slimmer. I think the slimmer cut is better for this coat/look than what I had done before.

Trying to decide if I should or should not keep them. I appreciate any feedback!!



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looks good Benesy
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a curved hem hidden placket shirt foo.gif
post #108831 of 117668

here's how to do pockesquare volume:

 

vid (Click to show)

 

also how I imagine all the Pitti dudes strutting around the piazza.

post #108832 of 117668

@Benesyed  really nice, I like it. Keep the pents.

post #108833 of 117668

Yeah keep the pants just have the tailor take 'em up two inches.

post #108834 of 117668
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

a curved hem hidden placket shirt foo.gif

I have retired from button downs. Strictly knits. smile.gif

@isa

Yohji pieces often intentionally have sleeves that extend beyond the appropriate length. I actually like it better that way personally for casual wear. I think the bunching up of the pants is a good thing. It would look really stale otherwise. Together both modifications would be a very generic, and to me, uninteresting fit. I already have a professional suit for interviews and other boring situations that fills that purpose.
post #108835 of 117668
SW&D x CM?

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post #108836 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post


Yohji pieces often intentionally have sleeves that extend beyond the appropriate length. I actually like it better that way personally for casual wear. I think the bunching up of the pants is a good thing. It would look really stale otherwise. Together both modifications would be a very generic, and to me, uninteresting fit. I already have a professional suit for interviews and other boring situations that fills that purpose.

Exactly right imo smile.gif stacks all the way
post #108837 of 117668
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

a curved hem hidden placket shirt foo.gif

So a button-down shirt not a long sleeve T essentially?

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Parker, cool I will check out that video later. But I still think that low-volume pocket square is more my steez. I like to play it low-key, knameen?
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

I have retired from button downs. Strictly knits. smile.gif

@isa

Yohji pieces often intentionally have sleeves that extend beyond the appropriate length. I actually like it better that way personally for casual wear. I think the bunching up of the pants is a good thing. It would look really stale otherwise. Together both modifications would be a very generic, and to me, uninteresting fit. I already have a professional suit for interviews and other boring situations that fills that purpose.

fair enough smile.gif try a turtleneck or a funnel neck then :]?
post #108839 of 117668

Bene,

 

I figured that was intentional Yohji. I think the infinite drape/sleeve thing works when you have the grand canyon as your fitpic backdrop a la da Shah, but if med school and normal city's the context I'd recommend taking them to a tailor.

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Originally Posted by Isachenko View Post

Bene,

I figured that was intentional Yohji. I think the infinite drape/sleeve thing works when you have the grand canyon as your fitpic backdrop a la da Shah, but if med school and normal city's the context I'd recommend taking them to a tailor.

Why? Have you met doctors, they wear ill fitting things all the time! smile.gif
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