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post #13966 of 15189
That oxford shirt is too tight, button-down shirts should never be skin tight, they should drape close to the body. T-shirts are more personal preference, but personally, unless you are using it as an undershirt, i think you would look better in a bigger size. The same can be said for the jeans, I think both of the 36 waist ones look like a bit of a squeeze. You should wear jeans with a higher rise, its much more complimentary to a bigger build. Having good fitting clothes does not mean slim fit everything, you want it to fit in a way that complements your body.
post #13967 of 15189

I have narrow shoulders and long arms, trying to find shirts which would fit me without having to go MTM. I know Wolf vs. Goat's monkey arm shirts would fit, anybody know of some other brands?

post #13968 of 15189

I would go with a straight fit in pants for you,  I think the skinny look is something that is in fashion now but I would say more towards a younger and specific body type.  The shirts are nice but a tad bit too tight. Maybe try ModernTaylor.com or any taylor to get you an appropriate size just taylored to your body.

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Can someone identify what brand leather jacket this is? It's a dark brown color. It's right up my alley.

Please note the accents behind the shoulders, the zipper, and button on right neck hem for clues. Is it a Louis Vuitton or something?

Also, any other brands that have similar styles please share.

Thanks
post #13970 of 15189

Can anyone identify this coat? Reddit has failed me so far.

post #13971 of 15189
Everytime I wear wool sweaters over my dress shirt, the bits of wool always stick on my shirt, making my dress shirts look dirty in the office. I would have to use a lint remover everytime.

This is from a banana knit if quality is a concern. What are my other options? I figure Uniqlo would probably do the samething. Should I check out higher end knits or buy cotton zip-ups/sweaters as layering pieces? I figure wool is a tad warmer for the winter.

Thoughts? Thanks.
post #13972 of 15189
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post

Everytime I wear wool sweaters over my dress shirt, the bits of wool always stick on my shirt, making my dress shirts look dirty in the office. I would have to use a lint remover everytime.

This is from a banana knit if quality is a concern. What are my other options? I figure Uniqlo would probably do the samething. Should I check out higher end knits or buy cotton zip-ups/sweaters as layering pieces? I figure wool is a tad warmer for the winter.

Thoughts? Thanks.

Inexpensive sweaters are made from shorter wool fibers because they're cheaper which causes the garments to shed more.

Switching to a higher quality (probably more expensive) knit will certainly help, and you'll wonder why you were wearing such cheap sweaters before when you realize the huge difference in quality.
post #13973 of 15189
wear heattech proceed to sweat your nuts off in office never complain again.
post #13974 of 15189

Could someone quickly school me on the Armani suit hierarchy?  I came across a pretty heavily discounted navy summer-weight suit that I am thinking of buying and putting up for next season.

 

All I can recall from the inner lapel were "Collezioni" and "Giorgio" in addition to Armani.

 

Where does this sit within the Armani range in terms of quality - bottom, top, middle?  I'm not expecting "top" but any info would help as most of my suits are Samuelsohn with the odd Corneliani and D'Avenza thrown in and I really don't know from Armani.

 

Thanks.

post #13975 of 15189
If I'm a 29 in Unis Gios, what size would I be in Dana Lee Stock Chinos? Also, any general Dana Lee sizing tips?
post #13976 of 15189

what are some nice solid colored v-neck tees that could be used as a layering piece or stand alone?

 

I have some banana republic v-necks for $10 (poly-cotton blend) that are nice, but I'd like to try some other ones.

I like Ralph Lauren's custom fit crew neck tees, but they don't have a custom fit v-neck

post #13977 of 15189
What's the best way for a Canadian to purchase from a site that doesn't ship to Canada?
post #13978 of 15189
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Originally Posted by Max_Yeah_True View Post

What's the best way for a Canadian to purchase from a site that doesn't ship to Canada?

 

Either ship to the border and pick it up there or there's some websites out there that act as middleman to ship things to Canada but the cost isn't cheap. 

 

I've looked into it myself too. 

post #13979 of 15189
Yea what BigC said. Or there are some people who proxy on here. You can maybe ask them. I think randomkoreandude does it.
post #13980 of 15189
Does anyone know what cut of Acne jeans these are? From The Corner.



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