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Crompton in an Elia Caliendo sportcoat:

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I'm a fan of the fabric.
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Crompton in an Elia Caliendo sportcoat:
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I'm a fan of the fabric.

I love the trousers..

He looks good threr but he needs to go to the gym to have a better shoulder definition.
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

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It's always nice to see non Americans wearing Seersucker.

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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Crompton in an Elia Caliendo sportcoat:

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I'm a fan of the fabric.

 

Fabric seems nice, but I'm not a fan of the jacket itself. The pick-stitching, the double-stitching, and the (maybe, might just be the photo) odd extra row of stitching on top of the shoulder all feel a bit too much to me. If the jacket was worn ultra-casually i.e. open collar with no square, I don't think all those extras would bug me as much as it does here when it's being used in a somewhat smarter look.

 

All the colours are good though IMO.

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He looks good threr but he needs to go to the gym to have a better shoulder definition.

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I love the trousers..
He looks good threr but he needs to go to the gym to have a better shoulder definition.

I've heard this a few time here but it seems wrong for normal males. If you develop the deltiods you will only get trouble fitting sleeve heads, it will not substantially increase height/reduce slope. If you develop the traps things get even worse as you will get the champagne bootle look for someone with his starting point. Good shoulder definition is bone related.
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Wasn't there something about SF members ordering and paying for stuff from them and never receiving it, so the triad part, may not be far of.

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You guys are getting your Asian associates of Italian tailors confused. That's Taka, who works with Liverano. Foo's beef was with Ambrosi.
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Crompton in an Elia Caliendo sportcoat:
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I'm a fan of the fabric.

I can't mess with the one button cuff. Shirt/tie/jacket colors are not thrilling but not atrocious. Basically this outfit bores me but looks fine.
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I love seersucker and I like that color. But this looks overly tailored.
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