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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.

Nice cardigan, looks familiar:

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Old fit, apologies if it was posted here as well

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Drake's knit, Sunspel tee, LVC 1947, Paraboot Avoriaz
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very nice, the drake's version is cashmere right?
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Yup :-)
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Really appreciate all the advice, so I will taper the pants. I see what you guys mean about that. It's a weird mix between being proper and trying be "edgy" and its not being pulled off. Also, I always get the same criticism about jacket size.  I think I need to just gain weight because all my jackets are 36 or smaller and relitively slim but still look big. Im 118 pounds and 5'11 but I just started working on gaining weight in healthy way. 

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1000

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been a while, hope everyone's well

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ervell, suitsupply, ervell, howard yount, alden
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Originally Posted by Drchilipepper View Post

I think I need to just gain weight because all my jackets are 36 or smaller and relitively slim but still look big. Im 118 pounds and 5'11 but I just started working on gaining weight in healthy way. 

This makes me sad. Finding OTR suits that fit is hard enough as it is.

I guess if you're feeling adventurous and have cash to burn, you could snatch up some Attachment suits in size 1.
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OTR is not hard to find good fitting if you're looking for real suiting (fashion suits are a different story).
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118 pounds.. really? Wow, that´s seriously thin. It´s a good idea to start trying to gain some weight.

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Nice cardigan, looks familiar: Similar, but different (Click to show)
Old fit, apologies if it was posted here as well
0quRt.jpg
fH6jh.jpgThe Small Print (Click to show)
Drake's knit, Sunspel tee, LVC 1947, Paraboot Avoriaz

this is all kinds of win in my book.
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ervell, suitsupply, ervell, howard yount, alden

Great fit, PP. Really like the jacket. What's your opinion of Suit Supply? I'll be in NYC in a couple of weeks and was thinking of stopping by and checking them out. I need to replace some of my office workhorses and thought they might be a good option.
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Originally Posted by steveoffice View Post

Faust will ban you in a heartbeat for wearing ph over visvim denim :P

haha, yeah

I thought the PH with slim jeans was the bigger crime

PH goes well with a lot of stuff, though, not just the PH aesthetic
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Another non-suit work fit / borderline MC:

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RL Polo x2
Uniqlo x 2
Loake
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I got Jays on my feet, I keeps it real son..... Jays, pizza, and brews.


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What's your opinion of Suit Supply?
It's good cheap stuff; interesting fabrics, variety of fits & styles and they carry 38L which is good for me. Too many of their jackets are peak lapel or have too high a button stance though.
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