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Nice, kunk. I particularly love the in-home incongruity. A stranger in a strange land.
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please tell me that isn't a hooded sweatshirt

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please tell me that isn't a hooded sweatshirt

its not
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I think you should go back to cutting your hair shorter. It made you look younger, tougher.

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hipster breakfast chic

vintage cardigan
folk shirt
rrl jeans
ll bean boots

thatoneguy: it's like a size too big, but it's 5 lb, heavyweight wool by pringle. made in scotland.
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Damn, you got so skinny now your clothes are all baggy!
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oh my word, 2 days in a row.
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dries
gitman
uniqlo
dayton
conservative, I know
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First post to SF WAYWT, I'm not sure if this is the best thread but here goes.

 

I'm interested in dialing in on classic/conservative business dress, mostly for work (5-6 days a week), and am keen to know what I should choose 

 

This is currently the best fitting suit I have, and also what I have on at work today (Bar III, Navy).

 

1000

 

Things I see off the bat:

-Jacket is at least 1.5" too short

-Trousers fall as if my legs bend backwards.

-Shirt/jacket sleeves could both be an inch longer?

 

In the next few weeks I plan to pull the trigger on two BB suits, probably another better fitting Navy and a Charcoal, and I want to get the tailoring spot on for my build.

 

 

The length of the jacket is the most noticeable flaw. I'd say almost two inches longer. It should fall around your knuckles when your arms are at your sides. The button stance also seems unusually high, giving your upper body a strange appearance. Just my two cents.

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The length of the jacket is the most noticeable flaw. I'd say almost two inches longer. It should fall around your knuckles when your arms are at your sides. The button stance also seems unusually high, giving your upper body a strange appearance. Just my two cents.

not sure if srs. anyway, you'll have better luck if you try over on the men's clothing side of the forum. this is streetwear and denim.
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oh my word, 2 days in a row.
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dries
gitman
uniqlo
dayton
conservative, I know

That Dries sweater is superb. I like the fit of everything as well!

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teger - you look good.
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That Dries sweater is superb. I like the fit of everything as well!
Thanks!
you can't tell from the pic but the pattern continues into the top too
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The length of the jacket is the most noticeable flaw. I'd say almost two inches longer. It should fall around your knuckles when your arms are at your sides. The button stance also seems unusually high, giving your upper body a strange appearance. Just my two cents.

The low angle exaggerates the shortness of the jacket.

But regardless, the length looks fine for the trim look he's going for. No need to prescribe the same set of rules for every single suit whether or not it works for the aesthetic.

Seriously, "jackets should drape to your knuckles." Come on now.
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The low angle exaggerates the shortness of the jacket.
But regardless, the length looks fine for the trim look he's going for. No need to prescribe the same set of rules for every single suit whether or not it works for the aesthetic.
Seriously, "jackets should drape to your knuckles." Come on now.


Well, when the poster states that he wants it to be longer, I can only assume he's going for a more classic business suit look. It looks decent with the cut of the suit, but if he's looking to make changes on future purchases, that's what I would look to change.

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teger that cardigan looks incredible
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