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I know it's a lot but I couldn't withstand the temptation of putting it all together :)

 

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EFV - You rock fall colors like nobody's business. I'm a big fan of the pants, are they cords or moleskin? Where'd you get them?
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Now for my own contribution from the past two days: 







I normally don't like to leave the house without a pocket square, but this has been my first week interning at a law firm and so far I'm the only one who wears a jacket... so I may need to ease into that territory slowly. 

Thank you, they were cheaper than the tie even. Corduroy pants from H&M.

I really love those ties BTW, and that second suit is sweet!
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I don't agree. It's obvious that Orgetorix likes what he wears, and it never feels constricted or boring (as I guess the term "uniform" would suggest). Also, let's not comment on peoples weight, this is a clothing forum not jennycraig.com. IMHO a good tailor doesn't hide a person, he flatters his best features.

 

The suit is most flattering to a lean figure, it's just true. A guy like in stitches, someone who knows how to dress, would look better if a little leaner. Ogretrix, on the other hand, is bad with colors and has cheapish looking suits.

 

As for the jennycraig comment, look to the avatar...Gibson don't care, Mel wants war

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As for the jennycraig comment, look to the avatar...Gibson don't care, Mel wants war
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How about showing your own armor before declaring war.
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The suit is most flattering to a lean figure, it's just true. A guy like in stitches, someone who knows how to dress, would look better if a little leaner. Ogretrix, on the other hand, is bad with colors and has cheapish looking suits.

As for the jennycraig comment, look to the avatar...Gibson don't care, Mel wants war

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Poor lighting today, and hence the colours are a little off. The tie is actually bottle green, not the greyish-green it looks like in the picture. Also, I'm not overly fond of how the collars on the shirt came out baldy[1].gif .



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Suit: Cavaliere MTM
Shirt: Charles Tywhitt
Tie: Marinella
PS: Amanda Christensen
Shoes: Church Balmoral
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As for the jennycraig comment, look to the avatar...Gibson don't care, Mel wants war
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And didn't "Mel" end up castrated and eviscerated alive? This oughta be fun.
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How about showing your own armor before declaring war. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
And didn't "Mel" end up castrated and eviscerated alive? This oughta be fun.
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Edited by Pingson - 11/1/12 at 4:45am
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Loving the new pose!

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This tie rocks.
[edit] just noticed the scarf. coveting it as I type this.

+10000 to both. Great as always upr_crust.
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I am interested in what you think I should do to the pants. What should I tell my tailor? Thank you for your advice.

It may just be the wind dimpling the pants, but the legs seem outsized. That is, they just seem poofier (obviously I'm using technical tailoring language here shog[1].gif ). Plus I'd say they could be a half-inch/inch shorter (they already seem a bit long, plus given the apparent fold near the cuff it seems they're longer than the cuff's lie in the photo suggests).
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After hibernating at home, in total deshabille, avoiding the howling winds and rain of Sandy, I emerged this evening to take my partner out for his birthday dinner at Jean-Georges (which was quite a repast). He is something of a camera aficianado, so it took little effort for me to persuade him to take a few shots of me dressed as I was for dinner out.
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The new post is awesome. I love the whole assemble but just with a different scarf
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It may just be the wind dimpling the pants, but the legs seem out sized. That is, they just seem poofier (obviously I'm using technical tailoring language here shog[1].gif ). Plus I'd say they could be a half-inch/inch shorter (they already seem a bit long, plus given the apparent fold near the cuff it seems they're longer than the cuff's lie in the photo suggests).

 

Are the trousers pleated? If so, the apparent bagginess could be the result of putting your hands in your pockets like that, the pleats can visually slim the pants.

But, even so, they are a bit more full that what I think that looks right for you (not sure if this was the style of the period that you was trying to emulate), so I would taper them a bit.

Also, they are too long, IMO. With your hand in your pockets (which pull the trousers up) the break is nice, but I feel that without your hands there the resulting break will be too much.

 

Edit: not sure why, but I really dislike flaps on DBs.

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Oh, I see. I am glad Orgetorix is at full liberty with calling those who own an opinion different from his own 'stupids'.

I don't call people stupid when they have different opinions, I call people stupid when they post stupid comments. Like calling Stitchy's pants "drop crotch" when they are obviously nothing of the sort.

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As for the orgre fellow, he is in uniform and it shows. The fits appear to be good, but he is clearly an aficionado of dramatically ugly ties.

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Ogretrix, on the other hand, is bad with colors and has cheapish looking suits.


I don't have a suit in my closet that cost me more than $150, so you must be right about that.
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I wore a ps today. peepwall[1].gif

It was scary.

 

Burberry jacket, Hugo Boss tie, random Korean ps, mtm shirt, uniqlo trousers, AE shoes

 

1000

 

 

Orgetorix, I envy your thrifting ability, and your name reminds me of something out of the Asterix and Obelix comics.

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The suit is most flattering to a lean figure, it's just true. A guy like in stitches, someone who knows how to dress, would look better if a little leaner. Ogretrix, on the other hand, is bad with colors and has cheapish looking suits.

As for the jennycraig comment, look to the avatar...Gibson don't care, Mel wants war

Sounds like Mel needs a hug.
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