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Love this look. One thing though, I'm not fond of the black belt and brown shoe combo.

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Love this look. One thing though, I'm not fond of the black belt and brown shoe combo.


Thanks, it's navy though.
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It's going to be 80 today. Sweet. I get to rush spring.
Edit - seems we need to let this jacket out a smidge in the waist.

 

I like it. Love cotton/linen blends, wish I could afford more worthwhile ones like those. Should I even ask if I could afford the pants?
 

 



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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Love this look. One thing though, I'm not fond of the black belt and brown shoe combo.


belt is blue, fyi

 

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Haha, well I was born in 1985, so I only have films as reference points.

I'm certainly not an optician, but just a fan of the look. I'm also slightly biased based on my desire to work on Wall Street since graduating law school in fall.

As I was born in 1955, you've officially made me feel old. As for Wall St., that's my work neighborhood - the romance of working in the financial services industry has worn off in the intervening 35 years, but I wish you well in your career ambitions.

As for tortoiseshell eyeglass frames, they simply help me channel my inner WASP satisfied.gif.
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As I was born in 1955, you've officially made me feel old. As for Wall St., that's my work neighborhood - the romance of working in the financial services industry has worn off in the intervening 35 years, but I wish you well in your career ambitions.
As for tortoiseshell eyeglass frames, they simply help me channel my inner WASP satisfied.gif.


You work in finance? Weird. I'd always pictured you as a museum director. You may have to change careers.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Kappelan - you could probably stand to undo another shirt button.

Italiano? biggrin.gif
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ohkaaaay......musician?
 

 

 

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_Argerich

 

 

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You work in finance? Weird. I'd always pictured you as a museum director. You may have to change careers.

My academic background is art history - the only thing that prevented me from pursuing a career in museums was lack of a healthy-sized trust fund or a pronounced taste for poverty for much of my career. My museological career now merely consists of writing checks to museums on an annual basis. smile.gif
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My academic background is art history - the only thing that prevented me from pursuing a career in museums was lack of a healthy-sized trust fund or a pronounced taste for poverty for much of my career. My museological career now merely consists of writing checks to museums on an annual basis. smile.gif

I might start doing this. After viewing the Steins this past Saturday amidst all of the rude tourists and screaming children. I think better "curated" crowds might "suit" me better.
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Haha, well I was born in 1985, so I only have films as reference points.

I'm certainly not an optician, but just a fan of the look. I'm also slightly biased based on my desire to work on Wall Street since graduating law school in fall.


Goldman just got an opening. You will need to move to London though.teacha.gif
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Goldman just got an opening. You will need to move to London though.teacha.gif


You mean Vampire Squid has an opening? uhoh.gif

 

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Slacks seem to fit fine, but jacket fits quite poorly. Jacket is too short, sleeves are too short, and the buttoning point is too high. As others have said, way too much of your shirt is showing below the button.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

It's not terrible, but it's not how I like a suit to fit personally. But I don't think there's much a tailor could do to remedy that.
So do you think the suit fits terribly? If so, what can I do to remedy this? I just took it to my tailor and he said it looks good and I spent a few hundred dollars having the suit tailored. I am a little upset that I am receiving such negative feedback after all the money I put into having this suit look good with my tailor.
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Personally I don't think the sleeves are too short. My issues are more with the buttoning point/length/pants rise, which can't really be altered. It doesn't look terrible. If you like it, enjoy it! I'd just suggest maybe waiting a bit before going and getting 2-3 more similar suits to see if you still like the fit/silhouette after living with it for longer and seeing other silhouettes on SF and blogs, etc
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New sportcoat, I didnt work today and just tossed on a shirt and tie to try it out. Courtesy of b&s. I need to let the waist out, hopefully the seams have enough allowance as it was a mtm item.

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