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post #79726 of 117666
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

It's not the sleeve length, it's the dropped shoulders - on everything. The MMM jacket also looks too big, and so has pretty much every piece of outerwear I can remember you posting (feel free to correct me). Having both shoulder and sleeve too big makes me think "Just size down," but maybe I am being optimistic.

 

I have only two pieces of outerwear right now - that denim jacket and this:

 

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which fits fine everywhere.  I wouldn't mind replacing the mmm jacket at some point, because you're right, essentially, but I haven't found anything I liked more and I don't want to buy something out of desperation.  I'll probably end up with a toj cwu-45 in black.  I think I might give the impression that I have more badly-fitting stuff than I do because I've posted things in should I / shouldn't I and then not kept them?

 

I also tapered those white jeans last night, so I mean, I do follow tailoring advice from you guys a lot of the time.

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I think that we have the impression that have lots of badly-fitting stuff because you have lots of badly-fitting stuf.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

time for a sexy party

Not a fan of those shoes
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post



Schott
SNS
Epaulet
APC

MMM

I just had a flash of you +20 years and +40 pounds. It was nightmarish.
post #79730 of 117666
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

time for a sexy party

I was third wheel at this sexy party. Bad bathroom pic incoming

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N.Hooly:CKC:CDGH+:R+B

edit - I know the jacket sleeves are too long. Working cuffs so I haven't gotten it tailored yet
post #79731 of 117666
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

I don't know if this is KJ's problem, but it's rare that I try on a piece of outerwear or blazer that wouldn't need to be shortened a little in the sleeves. I can't really wear anything smaller than a 42 without constriction because of my chest, but that also usually means sleeves that are a little too long. I also have narrow shoulders relative to my chest, so I pretty much can't exist without a competent tailor in my life.

I have the reverse problem, my shoulders are pretty broad, so almost every jacket/shirt I own has the sleeves running a bit short (verify by looking at any of my WAYWTs ever). I've just sort of learned to live with it, slightly short sleeves look less sloppy than overly long sleeves imo
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post


I have the reverse problem, my shoulders are pretty broad, so almost every jacket/shirt I own has the sleeves running a bit short (verify by looking at any of my WAYWTs ever). I've just sort of learned to live with it, slightly short sleeves look less sloppy than overly long sleeves imo

 

This is because you size down in everything, whereas I have to size up to accommodate my chest.. aren't you wearing like an XS in uniqlo at 170 pounds?

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1200

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You need new sneakers KoY.

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I assure you, they look better in person viewed from more normal angles
But still, yeah I know, footwear is the weakest part of my wardrobe redface.gif
(after christmas I'll have money for new stuff)

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Originally Posted by Eason View Post

I just had a flash of you +20 years and +40 pounds. It was nightmarish.

 

Shit, that sounds terrifying. The first will likely occur but the second is damn near impossible, thankfully.

 

I guess this was not a great fit/pose if it made you think of that, though.

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sorry tegs, its raining today, and i always dress down in the rain. and i ended up wearing a fit that i thought id like to post here. i have no self restraint.

i dont like the shoes here, i think they are too chunky for the rest of the fit, but they are my only casual shoes.

any thoughts, guys?

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really chunky duffel coat (Click to show)
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BB duffel coat
j crew gingham
levis made and crafted selvedge chinos
alfred sargent coe
orion leather belt from ebay
panerai 112
post #79738 of 117666

Feet look huge, institches. Shirt is nice though. Oh, and you´d make a great captain haddock in a live action Tintin movie.

 

@KoY, I´m not saying they look bad, but they´ve been pretty much in all your fits. Footwear is essential and what differentiates some great fits from mediocre ones. 

You could also try hiding the tongue . I´m not particularly feeling it in that fit.

post #79739 of 117666
stitches coat looks big. overall, not bad. shoes look great.
post #79740 of 117666
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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

Feet look huge, institches. Shirt is nice though. Oh, and you´d make a great captain haddock in a live action Tintin movie.

 

@KoY, I´m not saying they look bad, but they´ve been pretty much in all your fits. Footwear is essential and what differentiates some great fits from mediocre ones. 

You could also try hiding the tongue . I´m not particularly feeling it in that fit.

Ah I see, well I want new shoes anyway (partly because of reason mentioned above)

 

(if you have some cool footwear in EU43/US10/UK9, pm me fing02[1].gif)

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