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2nd fitting of my 2nd suit today... more info on the tumbledr but tl;dr a little disappointed
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@Spoo: thumbs-up.gif
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Lot's of great looks here - well done Spoo, Achillus, Ob5, and Jamesg.
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Sack-haters, rejoice.
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BB 1818 Madison
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Talbott PS
AE Westgate
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the fit of these trousers are the best youve posted. very nice lufty!!
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Here we go again.

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the fit of these trousers are the best youve posted. very nice lufty!!

+1. Lufty, I noticed the fit of the trousers first, and they are great compared to all the others you've posted. Overall the suit looks really good, but the fit of the trousers stand out most.
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Much more casual today:

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yesterday:

 

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today:

 

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Edited by VictorSF - 9/15/11 at 1:19am
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Still celebrating Michigan's victory over Notre Dame.

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Just lovely, Victor.

Do you have light padding in your jacket shoulders, or are they natural?
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Just lovely, Victor.

Do you have light padding in your jacket shoulders, or are they natural?

LOL at this question...

nice looks victor, esp. yesterday.
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Gentlemen, please don't laugh too hard at my stupid question...

Can I turn a SC with a 23.5 inch chest (non-vented) into a single vent SC? (I wear 22in pit to pit SC's) I only ask because the quality of this non-vented SC is superb, and is very very cheap for the quality.

I know this isn't a tailoring thread, but the people here seem to take SF more seriously and are very knowledgeable laugh.gif

P.S. I would like to wear it non-vented, but I have a very large butt, so it would look off.
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Sack-haters, rejoice.
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I'm not a Sack hater but I really like this suit, it fits you pretty nice! smile.gif
keep it!

-Saludos
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

Gentlemen, please don't laugh too hard at my stupid question...

Can I turn a SC with a 23.5 inch chest (non-vented) into a single vent SC? (I wear 22in pit to pit SC's) I only ask because the quality of this non-vented SC is superb, and is very very cheap for the quality.

I know this isn't a tailoring thread, but the people here seem to take SF more seriously and are very knowledgeable laugh.gif

P.S. I would like to wear it non-vented, but I have a very large butt, so it would look off.

the short answer is no. there are various places on this site which will give you the long answer, if you're interested in doing a bit more searching.

EDIT: I'm sorry, are you implying you would make use of excess material as the jacket is too large for you? if that is the case, it maaaay be possible, but would be expensive.

can you try said SC on before buying it?
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