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post #76 of 146
minus the lapel i like the 2nd one
post #77 of 146
BIG BALLIN SHOT CALLIN Jacket looks a little long.
post #78 of 146
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Originally Posted by GQhustler View Post
Wrong. Some are made in Switzerland.

Insignificant fraction. Its all Italian machinery and Italian fabric, even Italian workers!
post #79 of 146
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Wrong. Some are made in Switzerland.

and some in china
post #80 of 146
I think this is by far the best-looking example of Tom Ford we've seen in the flesh. The fit looks really great--except the back vent appears to be kicking out, the front balance may be a tad short (or it's the camera angle), and of course the sleeves are too long by a mile.
post #81 of 146
looks awesome!

how much do Tom Ford suits usually retail for?
post #82 of 146
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looks awesome!

how much do Tom Ford suits usually retail for?

3850-7990
post #83 of 146
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Curiously the waist supression on the jacket is the thing I like most.

The picture of your back shows a great waist supression.

It must be a american vs. european taste issue.

I like a lot of waist supression at the sides. What I don't like is when the jacket follows the curve of my spine exactly. When viewed from the side, Ilike the jacket to appear straight up and down, when viewed from the front or back I like the waist to come in where my waist is narrow, then widen at the hips/chest.
post #84 of 146
The jacket looks nice, except that it's too long, but the pants seem to have fit problems. There's bunching going on in the crotch area.

--Andre
post #85 of 146
You are the right build/shape to wear Tom Ford. This silhouette always stands out no matter what the style of the moment is.
It is a shame that the windowpane suit is 3roll 2. It looks like someone cut a notch in the lapel where the top button is. Would be cleaner if it was unobstructed by the buttonhole.
When you get the sleeves shortened ask if he should move the front button down a small amount. You have a low right shoulder and the right front hangs a bit lower than the left side.
Minor issues. Jacket fits and looks great. Very clean.
post #86 of 146
Looks amazing for an OTR suit. I don't like the pattern though.
post #87 of 146
Great looking and the fit is nice for otr. Did people really expect you wear the suit with the sleeves being too long? You make it clear that you were undecided about keeping the suit.
post #88 of 146
Looks great, and your altered one looks even better.
post #89 of 146
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Originally Posted by GQhustler View Post
Just took some fit pics of one of my Tom Ford suits that is straight off the rack and unaltered. I'm torn between selling it and keeping it for myself. Would love to hear what others think of the fit. Here's one of my TF suits that has been altered and worn a handful of times so far. I threw these pics together quickly since I'm feeling extremely lazy -- hence the gym shorts in first shot and the bad lighting. Comments are welcome.
TF's cut is fucking fantastic ! Congratulations on finding such perfectly fitting OTRs! Just out of curiosity and maybe it's just me, but the new suit's sleeves look a bid wide, while it fitted you better in the altered one. Did you take in the sleeves?
post #90 of 146
These are absolutly amazing! I just ordered a black peak lapel fromt he New York store and it will be here wednesday. After these pics... I cant freaking wait!! Keep them!
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