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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

 

Besides the very poor fit of the jacket, an even bigger problem is that he buttoned the bottom button alone    uhoh.gif

 

Take another look.  He only buttoned one button.

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Trying on the pants before hemming. Anything else I should fix?

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Originally Posted by wrongwroks View Post

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Trying on the pants before hemming. Anything else I should fix?

Based on that pic, there seems to be some pulling in the back, and am not a fan of the jacket lining. Can't tell much about the rest though...
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Oxford peach point shirt by Charles Tyrwhitt, Natural colour Guernsey sweater from Guernsey Woollens, Indigo 501s and inferior socks with a hole in the heel. 

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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

Not sure how I like the fit. Trying to go more "classic" than suppressed and I'm not sure if I'm just not used to a fuller cut or if its genuinely fucked up.

also, sorry about the lighting, was raining slightly when I took this, so had to use covered porch.

Sorry to say, young Liam, but it's not a "classic" fit, it's merely a bit too big for you. It seems to hanging off your shoulders in a way that is causing the quarters to close too much down below, as far as I can tell. Enjoy the slenderness of your youth, and get something that fits you better.
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Sorry to say, young Liam, but it's not a "classic" fit, it's merely a bit too big for you. It seems to hanging off your shoulders in a way that is causing the quarters to close too much down below, as far as I can tell. Enjoy the slenderness of your youth, and get something that fits you better.

Didn't he just have this made by a tailor?
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Didn't he just have this made by a tailor?

Both the design and fit of this jacket unfortunately speak volumes about his / her skills. There are better alternatives available in NY.
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checking in...
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Tindari, Isaia, JCrew, Rolex, noname, and Loake
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Burn that blanket, everything else in these pictures is very nice.
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Burn that blanket, everything else in these pictures is very nice.

Ill tell my wife. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Burn that blanket, everything else in these pictures is very nice.

Disagree. Dog, blanket and shoes are enviably co-ordinated biggrin.gif
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Hi guys! My first post here after a couple of years. Just got new Ledbury shirt, trying to combine, never had big checks before.
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Originally Posted by Pastor_x View Post

Hi guys! My first post here after a couple of years. Just got new Ledbury shirt, trying to combine, never had big checks before.
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Id switch out the jacket for a darker blue, and change the PS to a solid white. To my eye the blue of the jacket clashes with the shirt....I could be wrong, just my humble opinioin.

Welcome! my what big eyes you have! haha
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Start of another week.
 

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