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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

If it was socially acceptable, I'd just walk around naked

 

But you'd have to protect your feet, so baller footwear would be in order.  After all, that's all you'd be spending your money on.  And maybe a baller loincloth.

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

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Pants too short, jacket w too much waist suppression.
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need a hem, but a ton of fun. I am very pleased with the fit.
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the kit on shirt is 835? Jesus my lanvin is just 500 at retail.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Pants too short, jacket w too much waist suppression.

I think his left should look wired, and somehow his pocket square area is not flat have winkles
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Originally Posted by andrewgreg View Post

the kit on shirt is 835? Jesus my lanvin is just 500 at retail.

I think his left should look wired, and somehow his pocket square area is not flat have winkles

Well, I'm almost certain that the Lanvin has no hand tailoring whatsoever, no?
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Well, I'm almost certain that the Lanvin has no hand tailoring whatsoever, no?

No it doesn't. The word hand tailoring sounds so fancy for a RTW shirt.
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1400 this time with the shirt open (Click to show)
1400
EG Dayton
EG Fatigue shorts
OL Tee
Vans
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post


Pants too short, jacket w too much waist suppression.

 

Agree on pants, not on jacket.

 

frustrating because I wanted no break and this was how they came out. I think in order to do "no break" I actually need pants that are less tapered so the front is hitting a lower point on the shoe, if that makes any sense. With the smaller leg opening on these, the only way to achieve no break is to hem them this short.

 

I've since switched to just asking for a slight break since I prefer my pants to be tapered more than I prefer them to have no break.

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Can't you just have the back cut longer than the front, so the hem is angled?

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Hell yeah, Kunk back in the house
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finally got side zip combats, been a grail for ages. hard to see in the pic

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I understand the break problem, SVB. I usually just have my pants made as short as possible without making them look "too short" (like what is exhibited in your most recent post). Too bad one can't have the best of both worlds.

Kingjulian, that sounds good in theory, and you can do that to a small extent, but too much and it looks odd (especially when you're dealing with a tailored suit).
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1400 this time with the shirt open (Click to show)
1400
EG Dayton
EG Fatigue shorts
OL Tee
Vans

I think this looks great except for the vans.. the colour is out of place here, plus they look too "new" to go with the rest of the fit.
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