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Stephen is that the RLPL cashmere SC?

No I sold that (regretfully). This is a PZ Sartoriale
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Two days late; this is what I wore on Thursday:


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More beautiful weather in London






This is a nice ensemble MOL, great PoW pattern, but check out the silhouette of the natural soft shoulders and the broader skirts of the jacket. Is there anything you or your tailor can do about that unflattering drape that makes your hips appear wider than your shoulders? If it doesn't bother you then keep on keeping on but the shape may be improved with some adjustment.
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Summer's here.

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I really like this. Nice, simple and clean.
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post
I meant in the context of your use. Maybe "runaway" would have been more correct in a familial sense? Or, if the jacket will rejoin the pants in the future, perhaps "prodigal coat"!

And nice deflection on the REAL question posed in my earlier post, BTW!

Shhhh! That is between me and ma babies only!

MalfordofLondon, that is a lovely SC
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This is a nice ensemble MOL, great PoW pattern, but check out the silhouette of the natural soft shoulders and the broader skirts of the jacket. Is there anything you or your tailor can do about that unflattering drape that makes your hips appear wider than your shoulders? If it doesn't bother you then keep on keeping on but the shape may be improved with some adjustment.

I wonder if its just the angle of the camera...
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Feeling very prep today!

also: this SC with odd trousers, does it look too off? I know it's not "correct", but I like how it looks. Wondering if the suit buttons make it look weird with non-matching pants.

I think the peak lapels are more of an issue. I've grown distinctly averse to peak lapels on SB odd jackets. Fine for some SB suits, if you fancy a slightly more formal note, but not on odd jackets.

Everything else is fine though.

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I think those trou are too short, especially given the full, straight leg cut.

+1

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Stephen is that the RLPL cashmere SC?
No I sold that (regretfully). This is a PZ Sartoriale

I think RLPL shoulders would suit you much better than the PZS ones. Nice colours/patterns, but I'm not digging the overall vibe due to the silo being off.

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Nice look. Summer is certainly here! I'll join you in white jeans country, although with a slightly different shirt...

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Now there's a man ^^ secure in his sexuality!

Enjoy your summer weather HF!

@ NYR I looked again and I doubt it's the camera angle. High buttoning point + looser skirts = isosceles triangle.
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Cheers, bro. Your suggestion to add burgundy is reasonable, although i might stay away from cords, but if they were linen...

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Nice colour palette, but i wholehartedly support Spoo´s and Trini´s suggestions.

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Cheers, ndw. I´m a sucker for woolen ties and do wear them as much as i can, even if it´s 30° C

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Calling for CBD. Well done, Navi

It ain´t easy being green...

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Yes. Just lose the undershirt or wear a v-neck instead.
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I really like this look (except for the pocket square and t shirt, an easy fix). This is fun and relaxed. Good job!


(The plaid of the Pocket Square and the plaid of the shirt clash. Go with a plain or non-liniar patten (paisley) for the square)


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It ain´t easy being green...


- This is a banger, spoozy. Although, just like the others said, you must lose the undershirt.
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
This is a nice ensemble MOL, great PoW pattern, but check out the silhouette of the natural soft shoulders and the broader skirts of the jacket. Is there anything you or your tailor can do about that unflattering drape that makes your hips appear wider than your shoulders? If it doesn't bother you then keep on keeping on but the shape may be improved with some adjustment.
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I wonder if its just the angle of the camera...
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
I think RLPL shoulders would suit you much better than the PZS ones. Nice colours/patterns, but I'm not digging the overall vibe due to the silo being off.
Cheers for the pointers. The silouette doesn't really look that way in the mirror so maybe it's the shot height. I've got the camera at about hip height. Will try and devise some sort of tripod and have another go tomorrow!
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I really like this. Nice, simple and clean.
Thank you.

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Nice look. Summer is certainly here! I'll join you in white jeans country, although with a slightly different shirt...
Thanks. That is one very pink shirt...
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