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Originally Posted by jorgerunfast View Post

Thank you. 

The shoulders were bothering me. I typically wear about a 38R, but it seems that the shoulders run a little wide on this one. I hadn't really noticed it until earlier today. 

Do you think it's worth getting some of the padding removed, or just give up on the SC since the shoulders are too wide (they're about a 1/2" too wide on each side)? 

Thanks again. 

Depends how much you love the jacket and how competent your tailor is. If I were in your shoes, I'd give up on it and look for something that fit better.
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(U?)CBD day:

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Southwick suit
Luciano Barbera shirt
Brooks Brothers tie
Johnston & Murphy shoes
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

Tibor has been posting for almost as long as I remember since I've been a member here, and his style has never changed. He's always gone for large-brim fedoras, vintage suits and rat pack era style.

That's not Rat Pack era. That's closer to their parents.

Rat Pack would almost look not costumey.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

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Johnston & Murphy shoes

You gotta do something about these.
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Originally Posted by Superfluous View Post

You gotta do something about these.

They do need to be polished, yes.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

That's not Rat Pack era. That's closer to their parents.


Wrong. You are thinking of the "Summit" or Clan. The Rat Pack was Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, (A young) Frank Sinatra, Swifty Lazar, Cary Grant, Nathaniel Benchley , Spencer Tracey, and a few more.
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Although, You are right in the sense my style has more 30's influence than 40's.
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Wrong. You are thinking of the "Summit" or Clan. The Rat Pack was Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, (A young) Frank Sinatra, Swifty Lazar, Cary Grant, Nathaniel Benchley , Spencer Tracey, and a few more.

Srsly? I thought Rat Pack the way almost everyone uses the phrase is Frank / Dino / Sammy / Clooney*. I've never heard anyone call CG a Rat Packer but I've never thought about it before today.



* kidding
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This fit got loads of thumbs-ups (it's not a bad fit at all); the PS is one of the most heinous monstrosities I have ever seen! lookaround.gif
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I dislike the fold (and everyone else should too) but if that's the most heinous monstrosity you've ever seen, you've lived a charmed life.

And haven't read much of this threak.
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The collar will be changed to a spread. I just am lazy.
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This fit got loads of thumbs-ups (it's not a bad fit at all); the PS is one of the most heinous monstrosities I have ever seen! lookaround.gif[/quote]

No, it ain't. It's pretty much perfect as one has come to expect from Butler.
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Then why not give the feedback which acknowledges his premise and helps him execute it better? That would be cool, and you clearly have it within you...

That was what I did in every post on it. But ok.
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And I dig that whole package quite a bit, Fred! Even a nice kitchen, heh.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

(U?)CBD day:
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This, for my preferences, is what a cuff should look like between the shirt and coat. That fit is freaking perfect Orge.
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