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AJV you have some similar suit don't you?

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AJV you have some similar suit don't you?

Not any from Isaia (unfortunately).

However, getting my new Caruso from tailor / alterations on wednesday, which gonna be almost identical to that blue one smile.gif
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Ah, wasn't aware of that. I like the blue suit outfit, btw. He probably stole it from me. smile.gif

I thought the colors and the whole fit looked like something you could wear smile.gif
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Originally Posted by A.J.V View Post


Not any from Isaia (unfortunately).
However, getting my new Caruso from tailor / alterations on wednesday, which gonna be almost identical to that blue one smile.gif

Aha, well looking forward to see the new fit on ya. Love your style mate!

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I thought the colors and the whole fit looked like something you could wear smile.gif

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Ewan McGregor in an £80,000 Belstaff Jacket...

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^ I think that girl is so sexy ...

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That jacket looks like something out of the Matrix...in an awesome way.
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That jacket looks like something out of the Matrix...in an awesome way.

Why buy a Bentley? Instead we take a Belstaff :)

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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

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This is lots of fun. Like it a lot, especially the well-executed use of a light jacket over dark trousers (quite tricky to do in my experience, though I like to keep trying).

 

I do wonder how much my eye is being fooled by the flattery of the camera angle & pose, but still, I think it's great.

 

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It does not.

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To me it does. I like this version much better.

 

I prefer this version too. Navy tie/sky blue shirt/navy suit is such an stereotypical Italian business look, it puts me off. This looks more human to me.

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The "flat" look had a brown tie. I bet in person, it looked tits.
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a jacket that costs as much as a house?  why not.  in fact ill take two, right after i finish paying off my cable bill.  

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all those Isaia suits look really tight to me. can that guy sit down or drive a car?

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I love that blue..
What kind of blue is that?

It's called "increase saturation" in Photoshop. :-) also, suspenders look kinda dumb on really slim, lower rise pants. why would you need them if the pents can stay up on their own?
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Odd that the bottom button looks better placed than how I imagine the top one to button. lovely palette.
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Looks like it might be a Paddock configuration...? hard to tell. but yea, nice color palette. I like the fedora.
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I so wish I could pull off wearing a hat like that.
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also, suspenders look kinda dumb on really slim, lower rise pants. why would you need them when the pents can stay up on their own?

I don't understand why these fellas are in such a hurry to show off their suspenders. Recently at work, I had to take off my jacket, and my coworker thought it was quite noteworthy that I was wearing suspenders. Of course, I'd been wearing suspenders at least three times a week for the entire time he's been working there. This is as it should be.
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