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post #13051 of 13072
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Originally Posted by EFV View Post

Thoughts? Personally I really like the cut of everything, the colours and the fit.


Any details for this, or source?
post #13052 of 13072
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Any details for this, or source?


Chad Park from BnT Tailor (South Korea)

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Something about the sleeves looks off in all the BnT photos to me. Am I crazy? Maybe I just prefer slightly more taper.
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I don't get their Australian rep, what's his name. He works in fashion yet dresses in the most somber and severe way possible. Loos like he is going to work at a 1930s bond trading firm every day.

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Australia is a conservative country though fashion wise, and over the top "fashiony" looks just aren't seen that much. I'd imagine his target demo would be conservative law/business/finance types too.
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Joe Ha is his name btw
post #13057 of 13072
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Joe Ha is his name btw

 

Thanks.

 

Still, it has the opposite effect. The severity, slicked back hair, everything blue gives cognitive dissonance. Even tailors wear a sportcoat from time to time...

post #13058 of 13072
Honestly, I've never even understood why it is the norm for corporate employees to dress severely. There is no reason for it, and if anything I feel like it paints them in a worse light.
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That's why most corporations have given up the traditional dress code.
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I really really like this guy's style.
post #13061 of 13072
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Originally Posted by harryx2 View Post


I really really like this guy's style.

I couldn't agree more. He's my go-to for inspiration right now. Probably going to be my first bespoke experience too.
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The cut of his trousers accentuate his bowed legs.
post #13063 of 13072
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Originally Posted by dylantaylormoss View Post

I couldn't agree more. He's my go-to for inspiration right now. Probably going to be my first bespoke experience too.

There isn't a post on his instagram account that I haven't liked. He certainly dresses in a way that I would love to dress (and I try to).
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Instagram is not very friendly with linking direct images, but here's a link to a recent suit from the MET -- lots of belly on that lapel.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BCGsjQzO30d
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New in portfolios: cases the size of your torso

 

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