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Originally Posted by themidship22 View Post


Negative on the layered button-ups, man. As noted elsewhere, leather looks a size big from the back, but may fit fine zipped. Boots are looking good though.
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*throwback
post #24093 of 115906
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

where2kop fair isle? is that the j crew one from this season?
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
don't see how that is awesome, you guys are blinded by the beard
Either the vest needs to be larger or the shirt slimmer, looks like sausage casing
post #24095 of 115906
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post
It seems like MC guys are like....2-4 sizes bigger than the average SW&D guy.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
FTFY

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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post
aside from anorexics and circus troops i doubt you'll find many groups that aren't larger than avg sw&d

Partly true. But I don't think there are that many SW&D guys that are really really small. I'd wager the vast majority of SW&D guys are in the range of 36-40jacket and 28-32 waist. MC on the otherhand - not everyone is drastically larger, but there does seem to be quite a lot of guys that are 36+ waist and 44+ jackets... at least the MC Buy+Sell makes it seem that way (which sucks for me, I almost never see suits/sportcoats in 36).
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There's the back. I really don't think it's too big at all.
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Originally Posted by adamha21 View Post

the hem on your left leg is stacking proper weird
post #24099 of 115906
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post
Partly true. But I don't think there are that many SW&D guys that are really really small. I'd wager the vast majority of SW&D guys are in the range of 36-40jacket and 28-32 waist. MC on the otherhand - not everyone is drastically larger, but there does seem to be quite a lot of guys that are 36+ waist and 44+ jackets... at least the MC Buy+Sell makes it seem that way (which sucks for me, I almost never see suits/sportcoats in 36).
You do realize that most mainstream stores in the US don't even sell 28-30 waist pants or a 36 jacket right? At least in Brick and Mortar stores. I'd say thats pretty small.
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America is just fat
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
America is just fat

Thats true.
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Originally Posted by themidship22 View Post



There's the back. I really don't think it's too big at all.

Dude you're crossing your arms to make it look tighter. Post it zipped from the front with your arms at your sides.
post #24103 of 115906
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
Dude you're crossing your arms to make it look tighter. Post it zipped from the front with your arms at your sides.
hahaha, i don't get it. who's he trying to fool? If it's too big, it's too big. It doesn't matter whether or not you deceive styleforum. additional comments on the fit: you mix brown boots with a black jacket, and jcrew suburban workwear (two shirts) with more edgy/moto leather. it's just not working.
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post
You do realize that most mainstream stores in the US don't even sell 28-30 waist pants or a 36 jacket right? At least in Brick and Mortar stores. I'd say thats pretty small.

Most places do sell 30 waist pants, though yeah 36 jackets are a pain to find in the US. But going by the US isn't a good measuring stick because -

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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post
America is just fat

Yep. Elsewhere in the world a size 36 is a small and much less difficult to find. In Japan and some other asian countries a small would be even smaller than a 36
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post
Yep. Elsewhere in the world a size 36 is a small and much less difficult to find. In Japan and some other asian countries a small would be even smaller than a 36

Just found a chart that suggests that Americans men are, on average, 3 inches taller than Japanese men. Surely that explains the difference?
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