Viscose always seems to drape elegantly over my Caribbean shoulders..
Nah, the arms are tight and the body is voluminous, it extends past the pockets but I have my hand blocking it, its an interesting piece
IMO, on an oversized tee the shoulders should drape past your shoulders.
Jacket's ok I think you could size up on the tee next time but it's a minor nitpick, it looks sort of tight and if it was hanging off you a little bit under the blazer (and longer) it'd be better, imo.
Thanks for the feedback guys. I realize Docs aren't the best pick for that outfit. It works much better with something like my QDR which balances out the bulkyness of the Docs more. Still in search for better boots. Shoe size is an issue that I've been having to tackle.
For what it's worth, most people on SW&D look like douchebags to me. Many "fits" have a look-at-me quality that is immature, and represent an aesthetic that rejects elegance, refinement, and beauty. If those people picked women the way they picked their clothes, their better halves would be mean, ugly, and stupid. They often look like people mothers point out as what not to be, or losers Japanese superheroes dispatch by the dozen every week on TV. The good ones look more MC casual than anything else, and that, for better or for worse, seems to be the world's sartorial direction.
Like many here, I'm bound by a business casual dress code at work. While suit and tie are not forbidden, wearing them would make me not fit in (but I sneak in good shoes). Is there a way to combine the best of MC and the best of SW&D to create a look that is sharp for both, yet accessible to the average joe? (My proportions are SW&D but I like MC. When full-blown, both MC and SW&D intimidate Joe Public today.)