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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

This was as of yesterday. I don't know about the tie knot, I tried the... I don't know if the name is correct, double four-in.hand? I kinda like it cause it looks messy and so formal/triangular like a half windsor. Shirt colour is maroon. I know it is not full of colour but it's conservative.

 

Any recommendations on which other colours I can use with this shirt? Thanks! Have a nice day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I like your tie knot Betel, my comment is that although your shirt has stripes and the square has dots, they are very close in scale. 

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@RDiaz - Your trousers are too short, there is no break in them. The back of the leg should sit just 5mm above the heel and the front on the shoe, causing a break. Lose the cuff as well, it looks quite contrived on a modern pair of trousers. If you do decide to do any tailoring, I would suggest sorting the back of the thighs, that and the cuff removal will take 20 years off the look and give a much more stylish, streamlined, modern look.

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@RDiaz - Your trousers are too short, there is no break in them. The back of the leg should sit just 5mm above the heel and the front on the shoe, causing a break. Lose the cuff as well, it looks quite contrived on a modern pair of trousers. If you do decide to do any tailoring, I would suggest sorting the back of the thighs, that and the cuff removal will take 20 years off the look and give a much more stylish, streamlined, modern look.
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Quit obsessing about your thighs, man!  We're not women.  

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@RDiaz - Your trousers are too short, there is no break in them. The back of the leg should sit just 5mm above the heel and the front on the shoe, causing a break. Lose the cuff as well, it looks quite contrived on a modern pair of trousers. If you do decide to do any tailoring, I would suggest sorting the back of the thighs, that and the cuff removal will take 20 years off the look and give a much more stylish, streamlined, modern look.

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@RDiaz - Your trousers are too short, there is no break in them. The back of the leg should sit just 5mm above the heel and the front on the shoe, causing a break. Lose the cuff as well, it looks quite contrived on a modern pair of trousers. If you do decide to do any tailoring, I would suggest sorting the back of the thighs, that and the cuff removal will take 20 years off the look and give a much more stylish, streamlined, modern look.

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lulz@u n00b

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@RDiaz - Your trousers are too short, there is no break in them. The back of the leg should sit just 5mm above the heel and the front on the shoe, causing a break. Lose the cuff as well, it looks quite contrived on a modern pair of trousers. If you do decide to do any tailoring, I would suggest sorting the back of the thighs, that and the cuff removal will take 20 years off the look and give a much more stylish, streamlined, modern look.

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Don't bash him, lol. I guess what he said would be right for a more "modern, stylish, streamlined look", but that just ain't what I'm after, and I don't think these trousers have a modern cut anyways tongue.gif

I like cuffed pants to have little to no break, and don't mind showing socks when walking (not when standing, though). I was more concerned about the overall drape, but thanks for the feedback smile.gif

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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post


It's a rosette, not a silk knot. I was my late father's and I wear it every day.
As for the rest, you know what they say about opinions...

 

Why are you posting photos of yourself here if not to garner opinions?

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Running errands sort of a Thursday, though did a bit of work too:

 

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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

 

I like your tie knot Betel, my comment is that although your shirt has stripes and the square has dots, they are very close in scale. 

 

Thanks John, looking at the pics I realized what you are saying. I'll need to find a solid pocket square in that colour... or perhaps another colour. 

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"they look good to me; what aspect are you concerned about?"

 

The drape at the back of the thighs... maybe I'm just being a little OCD about it. I should post some back shots at the tailors' thread smile.gif

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This coat is a bit snug in the chest.
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So, maybe a little heavy-handed on the pattern matching today? I'm generally inclined to a solid tie on a solid shirt, especially with a pattern jacket. I think the shirt's pattern size may too easily echo the jacket's. On the upside, it may have a mesmerizing effect...

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