i posted the suit a few months ago pre-alterations and people said the same thing. i understand where you're coming from as the shoulder is very structured, but the material is cotton and doesn't take a collar well, plus there is no waistband to the trousers so pretty much impossible to tuck a shirt in.
on the catwalk these suits seem to be styled with t shirts a lot. (it's margiela, to the guy who asked)
wtf? that fit fails. the suit looks very formal and the tee looks cheap. if you're going to rock that look, you need an interesting longsleeve tshirt that doesn't look like it's from a hanes pack. and some interesting shoes.. like black creepers or something.
Robinson, I'm still not entirely sold on the fit of the suit
Trousers look great (I think you altered them since the last time this suit made an appearance?), but the shoulders and collar of the jacket don't seem to drape naturally. There's this weird sense of suspended animation, as if the jacket wants to lay more fluidly across your shoulders but can't-- like a permanent shrug. The collar gap is likely the biggest culprit. Of course the angle could be exaggerating it.
As for the tee, the concept is fine. The execution is ehhhhh, since there's visible tension between your neck and the v neck, which are being scrunched together. Find a tee with a more relaxed neck line that drapes more effortlessly.
I like Robinson's suit, but agree the shoes could be a little sexier.
I wish there were more suit fits in this thread. Wearing a suit (or blazer) in streetwear mode is one of my favorite looks. It's nice to see some variety in this thread beyond drop-crotch sweat pants and drapey tees. not that there's anything wrong with that. :-)... now that I think about it, Barims and Tiralleur come through quite often with the suit looks. Nice work, guys.