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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

Joshua, Your outfit looks great man,  I am sure you got a compliment or two on your outfit at the wedding as well !!

 

Nitpick Crit: Tie looks a long, maybe change the FIH into a DFIH and cinch it tighter at the collar to use up the length.

I really like how the tie picks up the colour in the trousers and I like the look of the white PS, nice satisfied.gif

The dress watch looks classy peeking out of the cuff there, also nice cuff showing.

Thank you for the compliments. I was hunching over ever so slightly, which makes the tie appear longer. However, now I think a DFIH would of been more appropriate nonetheless.

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Im interviewing fartcatchers.

Noting your popularity in this thread, may I suggest a diet rich in beans - we wouldn't want you to run out of gas mid-interviews.
post #39258 of 75853
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Originally Posted by joshuasaussey View Post

Off to a wedding. Tie is actually a Glen Plaid.

 

 

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Golden Fleece Wool Sportscoat

Brooks Brothers Oxford Spread Collar Shirt
Brooks Brothers Silk Knot Cufflinks
Omega Seamaster 1980
Kent Wang Glen Plaid Tie
Kent Wang Linen Pocket Square
Brooks Brothers Fitzgerald Cotton Trousers
Alfred Sargent 'Pytchley'

 

 

 

All the individual pieces are very nice, and they fit well too. In addition, your haircut is very sharp. However, I can't get over the disparity between the top and the bottom - the top is very formal (wedding tie, navy coat which looks like part of a suit, FC shirt...) while the bottom is casual (brown scotch grain bluchers, cotton pants). IMO, either you should just wear full suit and black shoes, or make the top less formal (change the shirt, and maybe wear less formal tie).

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Many thanks to SpooPoker, Kai, Johnboy, Fred49, EFV, RDiaz, MrDaniels, Requiem, sugarbutch, Holdfast, VictorSFreturn, SeaJen, ian, and clapeyron for your thumbs up and good suggestions. It's always nice when "old stuff" in the closet still has a little punch.
Edited by clarinetplayer - 11/9/12 at 6:29am
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

The weekend came early.

sigh. if only. at work early today.
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post

I need a 3 piece suit.

FTFM frown.gif
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

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?

I agree totally, that trousers which are too slim on bigger guys makes the problem looks worse. (TBH, there is absolutely no difference between a larger man and a slimmer one, on paper; if trousers are too tight/wide, they are too tide/wide!) What I am trying to suggest may have been miscommunicated. stiches would benefit greatly from a harder line from waist to leg opening (think Spoo--haha, the man-love continues! tongue.gif); ATM, his trousers kind of droop on him, which makes any affect, that he is large, look totally worse. Like I noted, I think maybe a 1.75–2" cuff, and less break would make his leg-line look better (*I'm sweating*). IDK whether it's the break, ATM, the lack of cuff, the leg opening or the width, but something is definitely off!
post #39262 of 75853

New SC.

 

I am not wearing it (hasn´t been to the tailor yet) just trying out patterns on patterns. Is it too much?

Navy moleskins and C&J chukkas. 
Shirt is Ashwood and Blake. Tie is from Pari.

 

1000

 

1000

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Love the jacket, but switch to a light blue shirt and perhaps a more rustic tie.
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Anden, that is the worst pattern-matching effort I have seen here in a long time. That would have worked well with a solid light blue shirt.

You need to read Alan Flusser's chapter on patterns in Dressing the Man and use that as a starting point for combining patterns.
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^^ Anden - SC is nice, but you need a shirt that doesnt have such a similar pattern. ^^
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I agree totally, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
that trousers which are too slim on bigger guys makes the problem looks worse. (TBH, there is absolutely no difference between a larger man and a slimmer one, on paper; if trousers are too tight/wide, they are too tide/wide!) What I am trying to suggest may have been miscommunicated. stiches would benefit greatly from a harder line from waist to leg opening (think Spoo--haha, the man-love continues! tongue.gif); ATM, his trousers kind of droop on him, which makes any affect, that he is large, look totally worse. Like I noted, I think maybe a 1.75–2" cuff, and less break would make his leg-line look better (*I'm sweating*). IDK whether it's the break, ATM, the lack of cuff, the leg opening or the width, but something is definitely off!

i am trying out cuffs on my next 2 pairs of flat front pants. if i have them i am billing you and all the others who made that rec. smile.gif

also, i agree about the break. the break on those it a tad longer than i like, just a tad, but makes a big difference. i recently figured out the exact length from top of waistband to hem, for my trousers to have the proper break, and im getting then done 1 or 2 at a time. those have not been done yet.
post #39267 of 75853

Thank you for your honest comment. I would not wear it like this  and as you suggested I will wear it with plain solids. 

I am wearing a solid v-neck today...

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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Anden, that is the worst pattern-matching effort I have seen here in a long time. That would have worked well with a solid light blue shirt.
You need to read Alan Flusser's chapter on patterns in Dressing the Man and use that as a starting point for combining patterns.
post #39268 of 75853

So it was as I suspected a fail. :-)

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Originally Posted by Anden View Post

So it was as I suspected a fail. :-)

read this thread below, to turn your SC into a WINRAR!!

http://www.styleforum.net/t/308035/on-pattern-coordination-between-jacket-shirt-tie/0_20
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happy friday all. BB OCBD, Levi's 501's, J.Crew blazer & desert boots. It's going to be 61°F today.

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