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your shirt collars could be a little higher in the front
 

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Nice fit on the jacket, stitches. Are those pants a bit fuller than usual? I think they're more flattering than others you've posted previously. I strongly dislike the tapering pants look on bigger guys...

Haha, just thumbs-upped the exact opposite and then read this! tongue.gif I think stiches' trousers look too full; they have a MC hammer effect because of the drape, I think. I think stiches needs more of a hard line from waist to shoe; ATM those trousers look unfaltering, IMO. (The rest of the fit is kick-ass! biggrin.gif)

Edit: Thinking about it, I think a cuff would serve stiches immensely!
Edited by JapanAlex01 - 11/9/12 at 5:36am
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thanks, alex. the light fabric, and lack of pleats, leads me think these pants will not get a cuff.

but the pair i brought to the tailor last night, will.

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Taliesin

Frank Lloyd Wright studio

 

Kent Wang double-breasted trenchcoat

Kent Wang blue gingham shirt

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Haha, just thumbs-up the exact opposite and then read this! tongue.gif I think stiches' trousers look too full; they have a MC hammer effect because of the drape, I think. I think stiches needs more of a hard line from waist to shoe; ATM those trousers look unfaltering, IMO. (The rest of the fit is kick-ass! biggrin.gif)
Edit: Thinking about it, I think a cuff would serve stiches immensely!

I just think slim pants on fuller dudes (not saying that stitches is fat or anything, heck I'm bigger than him tounge.gif) look pretty bad. It makes you look like you have a really heavy torso and narrow legs, plus it makes your thighs look fatter and effeminate. I'm convinced most people who suggest bigger men to switch to slimmer pants assume those guys have a body shape they really do not have.

 

Did the Duke of Windsor look like MC hammer?

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Okay, first go with wearing an SC and this one I just got back from being brought in at the waist. As I've mentioned prior, my place of work is more casual in it's business attire, as well as living in a very ag-centric area. Suits are for lawyers and banking 'round these here parts. I'll graduate to squares later. A lot of stuff is getting tailored right now, so I'm limited on shirts and pants. I really wanted to go with a light blue OCBD, especially with this textured tie, but whatever. Pics are even more sub-par that usual.

BB SC
Talbott BoC - Chocolate
JAB Shirt
AE Weybridge shoes
Pants are navy, and not my first choice.





Tie texture shot:


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Edited by clarinetplayer - 11/8/12 at 11:05am
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I just think slim pants on fuller dudes (not saying that stitches is fat or anything, heck I'm bigger than him tounge.gif ) look pretty bad. It makes you look like you have a really heavy torso and narrow legs, plus it makes your thighs look fatter and effeminate. I'm convinced most people who suggest bigger men to switch to slimmer pants assume those guys have a body shape they really do not have.

Did the Duke of Windsor look like MC hammer?

lol. i would say im "husky" but not horribly fat, "full" is a fair word. i wear both slim pants and fuller pants. it really depends on the fit of the SC. i try and keep it coherent. the more the 2 items jive in fit, the better it looks imo.

todays jacket would have looked very full with slimmer pants, i think.

to each their own. smile.gif
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IrateCustomer  - very good! I would try to be here instead of white - light blue dress shirt. It would be great!

 

 

 

clarinetplayer - very good! If you get it as a solid color and a thicker tie - I think it would be even better

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lol. i would say im "husky" but not horribly fat, "full" is a fair word.

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Kent Wang double-breasted trenchcoat

cute dress
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Had to go into London. Not something I like doing often as I hate the crowds/hubbub, the travelling to & fro and the general dirt of all such large cities. Mind you, the lunch was nice, so that's something. Still, glad to be back home again.

 

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Hello,

 

As Im a long time reader and especially viewer of this forum, I registered today.

I got a lot of inspiration from the WAYWRN here.

So I will start to post some of my pictures, and hope to get some critical feedback.

Its always interesting to read the different point of views. Especially here, where a lot of different nationalities meet.

I will post some pics from the last weeks and of course new ones.

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