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

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

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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.
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SW&D x CM?

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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
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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 #108848 of 117677

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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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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I want to dress in a way i enjoy. If it, on shallow inspection, affirms other people's biases then its no skin off my back biggrin.gif
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First post in this thread.

 

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Well conventional doctors usually don't care about how other people feel anyways. :p

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Well conventional doctors usually don't care about how other people feel anyways. :p


 Difficult to disagree with you here.

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OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD SOMEONE REBAN ISACHENKO PERMANENTYLY


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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.

ok dude we get it you don't like it, no need to restate your opinion a dozen times
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