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post #61 of 203
I think I might kill for this suit. Anyone have deets?
post #62 of 203
Tom Ford IIRC
post #63 of 203
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Tom Ford IIRC

No....Seriously? I dont remember a purple overcheck in any collection... what makes you say that?
post #64 of 203
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
I think I might kill for this suit. Anyone have deets?


Spoo - peep the next-level pattern matching where the jacket hem meets the pants.

Mind blown.
post #65 of 203
I recall it being discussed here before, plus the last buttonhole, plus the FU cloth, plus the general look. I might be wrong but I dont think I am ...
post #66 of 203
I may have a new personal mission.
post #67 of 203
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
I may have a new personal mission.

Certainly looks like TF to me, bro.
post #68 of 203
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Certainly looks like TF to me, bro.

I will pay a finders fee for anyone who can find this, new or used in my size.
post #69 of 203
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
plus the last buttonhole

All good indications, but he is, AFAIK, the only one who did the last buttonhhole larger than the others. Def TF
post #70 of 203
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Spoo - peep the next-level pattern matching where the jacket hem meets the pants.

Mind blown.

I did this first with a POW Sammy, lest we forget
post #71 of 203
Great suit, very "industry look" IMO. Spoo I am surprised you don't think he is too matchy matchy based upon your recent statements. He is very well coordinated for a strong plaid pattern. It makes so much more impact that to try and use too many more elements and colors.
post #72 of 203
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
Great suit, very "industry look" IMO. Spoo I am surprised you don't think he is too matchy matchy based upon your recent statements. He is very well coordinated for a strong plaid pattern. It makes so much more impact that to try and use too many more elements and colors.

What statements do you mean? I think this is perfect as it is. You dont want to screw around with too much other stuff with a plaid that big.

Im salivating over this thing. Damn, I wish I never saw this pic.
post #73 of 203
That suit is what inspired me to buy that DB windowpane suit I just sold.
post #74 of 203
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I am a fan of teh grey....all shades.

Mike
You *really* like windowpanes don't you? Some of the suits, imo, could be a bit more tailored.. unless you like them with some breathing room.

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This is one of a small handful of photos that makes me want a gray suit. I also want a small waist like his to go with it. The suit may be an easier goal.
I'm not a fan of DB suits on small guys.
post #75 of 203
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
What statements do you mean?

Thanks G - I get what you are saying, and sure I think that can work. However, ...... I would have really felt matchy matchy.


As it stood, I felt too matchy that day as it was.
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