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My first selfbought suit... (tiger of sweden)

What I def. need are 2 belts brown/black fitting the shoes... this one is just bad...

sry for the bad quality

 

Since i'm big (1,86) and skinny i've a lot of problems finding suits that fit me... I know this one is not perfect... but better than anything I've tried so far and i fitted it a little bit at p&c tailor too!

I know you don't like lloyd shoes (and I know about their terrible repuation) but they were one of the few pairs that actually fit my feet...

 

The pair of brown shoes I also my first pair of nailed shoes which are a little bit more casual...

 

What can I improve for the future?

thx a lot...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by schianerhermann - 1/18/13 at 10:07am
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I think you look great in your outfit.. Excellent!!

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Today and yesterday.
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SB and spoo, berry nize.
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Insane day for no good reason. Joining the car photo team.
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you need to learn the sugarbutch'sche way to buckling one's seatbelt: over left lapel > under tie > under right quarter.

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Insane day for no good reason. Joining the car photo team. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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you need to learn the sugarbutch'sche way to buckling one's seatbelt: over left lapel > under tie > under right quarter.

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I just realized that my trousers today look navy in the picture, but they're a dark gray. However, seeing it makes me want to get some navy flannels. Yessiree, Bob.
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Does this count? Please, ignore the tie knot.

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Good stuff. Who made that? I'm going to guess an American/HK tailor.
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@ bboy: I'd say you need a higher shirt collar and I'd go easy on super high lapel gorges with your built. nice looking shoulders. if you could post a full body shot you'll get feedback on the coat length. for how many cm is the buttoning point pinned? looks like more than one inch

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@ bboy: I'd say I need to learn that critiquing an obviously first basted fitting is one of the most ludicrous activities that goes on in this thread.

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Good stuff. Who made that? I'm going to guess an American/HK tailor.

Thanks.

Jacket: Southwick
Trousers: Brooks Brothers
Shirt: Hemrajani
Tie: Drakes
Hank: Self-made
Shoes: Allen Edmonds
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@ bboy: I'd say you need a higher shirt collar and I'd go easy on super high lapel gorges with your built. nice looking shoulders. if you could post a full body shot you'll get feedback on the coat length. for how many cm is the buttoning point pinned? looks like more than one inch



You're absolutely right about the collar. A mistake was made a long time ago, and well, since they're not cheap, I do have to wear them :/

Am so tempted to post a picture of myself in just a shirt. I look like a stick. My present tailor does an amazing job, IMHO, at disguising how un-athletic I look, and giving my body some definition. I'm short, probably Mafoofan's height.

This below, is smth I had made up by a certain HK tailor smile.gif when I first started out (hope it gives some idea of my body shape biggrin.gif)



The shoulders on the coat above are going to be taken in a whisker (maybe 1/8 or 1/4 of an inch).

What do you mean by 'or how many cm is the buttoning point pinned?' Didn't quite get that.

If you're interested, here's the back (getting a bi-swing on this since it's going to be used very casually, possibly on the golf course, so I need mobility).

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I hate sheeny ties but I couldn't resist on this Robert Jensen number. It feels like 15 lbs of silk

And no, I'm not wild about how I put it together but I thought I'd share:

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