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Lufty, I like the jacket. What color are the pants? They seem really dark. Could be the pic, tho.

Charcoal.
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Hey fellas...it's been a while! Summer heat and relaxed dress code at work mean I haven't been dressing up as much. But fall is here!

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BTW, forgive the underarm ripple. I was slouching sideways during the photo, apparently.
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Great trousers! Not so sure about the shirt/tie combo... IDK what would be better...
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Too dark and stormy today for anything but closeups.

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Tom Ford is not my favourite, but these two spooPoker's suits look nice, specially the striped one (but no working cuffs?)

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Originally Posted by dieselman89 View Post

Great tie! Where is it from?

Thanks, it's a Ralph Lauren Purple Label purchased recently NWOT from the B&S for a song
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Sorry, I do not speak English. I do not quite understand you

Do you recommend the tailors of Florence? They have extensive experience with soft shoulder jackets for sports figures?

Who, exactly, do you mean?

I plan to go to Italy in the autumn, and it would be interesting is there anything ordered from tailors.

Which of the tailors of Florence would you recommend?

(I understand you correctly?)
 

 


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Praise and critiques delivered via thumbsup for today...
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

What is a school orientation?
Also Spoo-Master, your socks slip, do you wear over the calf socks by the way?
I just bought 6 pairs of socks which only cover half the calf and they do slip all the time too.
I should have listened to max b, lesson learned...

Actually I hate OTC socks. I keep them at calf height. I find that OTC socks keep catching on my pants at the calf and the friction does not let them fall properly. I have 3 pairs, and I plan to toss all of them at the first sign of lint.

Also, a school orientation is where parents take their children to meet the teachers for the first time.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Spoo, what kind of shirt is that back there? Love the collar.

Todays fit? Battistoni. Thanks.
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Spoo one of these days I'm going to break down and buy those shoes instead of just complimenting yours, but not yet. Glad to see the tie is being put to good use smile.gif

Thank you so much for the tie - love it! Buy the damn shoes already!!!
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oh btw, you think youll be the snappiest dressed guy there? i do. biggrin.gif

I was in a room full of bicycle toed rubber sole black Aldos. confused.gif
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Nice collar, Spoo--who makes this shirt?

Thank you, Tom Ford.
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

Spoo, very nice pocket square with that jacket.

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Originally Posted by Leonel Dante View Post

Tom Ford is not my favourite, but these two spooPoker's suits look nice, specially the striped one (but no working cuffs?)


I opted not for functional buttons on these.
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Thanks, it's a Ralph Lauren Purple Label purchased recently NWOT from the B&S for a song

What do you mean for a song? Did you write a song for him or something...
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For this reason, the sleeves of my shirts and jackets are quite broad.

Shoulders the same jacket, I prefer the soft, rounded, it is difficult to tailor, but this is the best option for my type of figure. With stiff shoulders of his jacket - the kind is worse.

I am not suggesting that you make your shoulders and arms any smaller.

In that jacket you have a hourglass look where the upper part is noticeably bigger than the lower part. Why not try to de-emphasize the difference in size between shoulders and the hip area?
Maybe a less fit waist would do the trick.
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Originally Posted by Elegantly Wasted View Post



I am not suggesting that you make your shoulders and arms any smaller.

In that jacket you have a hourglass look where the upper part is noticeably bigger than the lower part. Why not try to de-emphasize the difference in size between shoulders and the hip area?
Maybe a less fit waist would do the trick.



Thank you! worship.gif

Not all of my jackets have a clear form, for many the difference between the shoulders and hips flattened, as you advise. But not strongly flattened! Just when the waist to smooth out much, I like the barrel-column.

There is still time - I do not have hips are small, a very complex figure: a thin narrow neck and chest, but developed muscles, especially your shoulders and back  + narrow waist + wide hips and legs.

At the same time - a short length of the body and the hands and feet are very long.

Still there is a slouch, and the difference in shoulder height.

And the contours of the body are very sharp, not smooth lines - it is because of the body musculature and a small amount of fat.

Sew on my figure - it is very difficult ...



In the most recent photographs - fences jackets with partial lining.

These jackets are made from mixtures of fabric: linen-silk-wool.

This fabric is very capricious in processing. In addition, it quickly loses its shape to wear (linen wrinkled, especially if it is not reinforced liner)

Silhouette of summer jackets different from the silhouette of jackets made of wool.

So - these jackets - not the best option.

But what to do, linen - linen is ...

 

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I think the jacket is pretty great myself^. Perhaps fuller legged trousers would help eliminate the illusion of being top heavy. I am in a similar boat as you as I still have a decent amount of muscle left over from when I did power lifting; so I understand the challenge. (5'5, 170) Luckily my legs are too big to fit into most pants resembling slim fit.
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a very complex figure: a thin narrow neck and chest, but developed muscles, especially your shoulders and back  + narrow waist + wide hips and legs.

I share your pain, I have a very complex figure too: narrow shoulders, flat chest, thin legs, beer belly... shog[1].gif
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I was in a room full of bicycle toed rubber sole black Aldos. confused.gif

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It's still raining in NYC - feh!

Suit - BB
Shirt - H & K
Tie - Andrew's Ties
Cufflinks - Thompson, via Harrod's, Heathrow Terminal 3
Shoes - Fratelli Peluso - via Barney's NYC

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