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Originally Posted by acecow View Post


The biggest problems of that jacket for me would be the following: very low-cut armholes, shapeless torso, cheap padded shoulders.

 

 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


there is a pinned thread, WAYWRN all stars. look at the fits there, it will give you an idea of how clothes should fit. im sure someone could write a lot about it, but i find seeing is the best way. then keep posting, and try to improve upon one critique at a time. (assuming it is a good one)
might help, you may be effed for OTR though. might have to bring all your stuff to a good tailor. styfo isnt cheap you know. smile.gif

 

 

I would like to say thank you to you two gentlemen.

I will start my search for a good tailor, any suggestions how to pick a "good" one vs a poor one?

 

thanks again.

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Originally Posted by dustinmyself View Post




I would like to say thank you to you two gentlemen.
I will start my search for a good tailor, any suggestions how to pick a "good" one vs a poor one?

thanks again.

my pleasure. tho gentleman is not how i would describe myself. wink.gif

well, you could get recommendations, and trial and error. keep in mind, not everything can be fixed, sometimes you just have move on from certain items. certain fixes are costly, and dont really come out right.

its a painful process you will no doubt enjoy going through.
post #29898 of 75931
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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

These are low vamp tassel loafers, and the pants are definitely not baggy, or even full. But I have no defense on the clown front.
A recent fit pic:
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Proceed with caution.

The red makeup on the lips too wide... consider slimming them down... Plus balloons look like they were blown by a pump. I prefer mine naturally blown by human mouth but I guess that's a matter of taste.

Love the fuzzy hat tho.. keep the pics coming.

post #29899 of 75931
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post

Dropping off the kid at the park on the way to work
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looks great.

what's the leg opening on these pants? 8inch?

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Lol, what a signature^. Anyone know MaoMao's height? His clothing is fantastic.
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Lol, what a signature^. Anyone know MaoMao's height? His clothing is fantastic.

looks to be between 6 foot and 6 foot 2 to me. but thats just based on the pic, never know with camera angle and stuff.
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Rockin' the Oldsmobile, natch.

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Butchy, is that a Smalto jacket? Lapel looks very French to me. Unless you're getting tricky with your bespoke projects. biggrin.gif

Oxxford. I have thus far resisted the temptation of bespoke clothing. Give me time...

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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Lol, what a signature^. Anyone know MaoMao's height? His clothing is fantastic.

looks to be between 6 foot and 6 foot 2 to me. but thats just based on the pic, never know with camera angle and stuff.

+/- 5cm...
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post

Dropping off the kid at the park on the way to work
527

Bravo.
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I've always been anti-pleat... but those look quite all right.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

never know with camera angle and stuff.

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post #29906 of 75931
Southernstyle-

I don't care about the style in North Carolina and I KNOW all about it as I was raised in that state. The no socks thing is very hard to pull off and it is best accomplished with trim trousers with no break. (Try thesartorialist.com for pics of Italian guys with drivers and no socks to see how it is done)
As mentioned before, try slimmer fitting cuts and tighten things up a bit as it would complement your build. Throughout the south the style is loose and baggy and in general is not a good look.
post #29907 of 75931
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Oxxford. I have thus far resisted the temptation of bespoke clothing. Give me time...
+/- 5cm...

all i need is the money, im doing fine with time.

lol
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post #29908 of 75931
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Originally Posted by vida View Post

(Try thesartorialist.com for pics of Italian guys with drivers and no socks to see how it is done)

Americans do not need to take lessons from Italians about wearing a loafer without socks.

Southernstyle: you look quite good for a broke-ass college student south of Mason-Dixon. Don't tailor anything. When you're graduated, throw it all out and get new stuff.
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

Americans do not need to take lessons from Italians about wearing a loafer without socks.
Southernstyle: you look quite good for a broke-ass college student south of Mason-Dixon. Don't tailor anything. When you're graduated, throw it all out and get new stuff.

please to watch the language. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

please to watch the language. wink.gif

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