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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


i say old chap, quite the silly john boy you are.


I say mate is that not in good taste?

cheers,

T

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ive addressed my issue with higher rise trousers before. I dont like them on me...makes me feel like i have a short torso. As for the quarters, i prefer them opened a bit, but its not a huge issue to me if my belt is showing a tad. Maybe one day ill change my mind, but I doubt it.


Gosh can y'all let Derek show his dick line? how will my employees be able to give him a quick quote when he comes in with High rise pents?

 

SF trying to fuck up my business.

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Fuzzy Wednesday - cashmere in both SC and tie today. Also I decided I just don't give a sh*t anymore that it's still -10C here in the mornings and decided to wear cotton chinos for the first time in months. These are brand new and have been sitting on a shelf in my wardrobe for a few months just waiting to get used.

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Gosh can y'all let Derek show his dick line? how will my employees be able to give him a quick quote when he comes in with High rise pents?

SF trying to fuck up my business.

Mon Tirailleur, I am somewhat stymied as to what sort of business you run, that your employees would need to see the extent of a client's private parts before being able to negotiate a price - certainly not THAT sort of business, one hopes . . . devil.gif.
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Nope, but the cut is rather similar. I wouldn't be surprised if the jackets are made at the same place. You're right:

 

 

The form my tailor fills out to send to the MTM factory says "Segura Taylor". Looks like the garments are made in Navarra.


 That guy wears his pocket square like some of the people in the movie "Casablanca". Very "Out There" and "In Your Face"!

 

 Claghorn: I found a tweed herringbone jacket in a local Goodwill that looks a lot like yours there. A lucky find!

 

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Spring has peeked its face out a little in London...
-TTO
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steffenbp11 - very nice.

pingson - i like all those combos, frown.gif for no full fit to see how the top and bottom come together.

TTO - awesome per usual.

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Nope, but the cut is rather similar. I wouldn't be surprised if the jackets are made at the same place. You're right: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The form my tailor fills out to send to the MTM factory says "Segura Taylor". Looks like the garments are made in Navarra.

this guy looks like the anti-diaz
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

I say mate is that not in good taste?
cheers,
T

bah humbug, dont spoil the fun. smile.gif
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In Valencia, Spain yesterday
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

this guy looks like the anti-diaz
 

 

The outfit is terrible from a classic menswear point of view, that has to be said. But the lapels are exactly the same I have on my blazer, so perhaps they use the same patterns...

 

Some stuff on their blog is actually rather nice.

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very first day of my Carmina suede loafers, what a shoe!!
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Not really, this is just MTM. Whnay's usually have roped shoulders if I recall correctly, but other than that I don't see any similarities. I asked for open quarters, higher armholes (though I will get them higher for future orders) and very thin shoulder padding (because I hate square-ish shoulders). Other than that, it's just the MTM house cut.

 

Maybe I'm just seeing things, but your's looks like similar to his (btw, this particular one has shirt sleeves shoulders) to me, impressive for MTM. Soon I'll post some of mine for comparisons, though mine are bespoke.

 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


this guy looks like the anti-diaz
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

 

The outfit is terrible from a classic menswear point of view, that has to be said. But the lapels are exactly the same I have on my blazer, so perhaps they use the same patterns...

 

Some stuff on their blog is actually rather nice.

 That guy is pulling out all the stops. Jacket sleeve buttons undone and sleeves rolled back, two toned shirt with french cuffs...

 

 I think he pulls it off though. At least it looks like it fits good.  biggrin.gif

 

 I will wear my pocket square just like that next time I go out! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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pingson - i like all those combos, frown.gif for no full fit to see how the top and bottom come together.

My office at work, where I take most pictures, just doesn't allow me to take full-size pictures - it's too small (I say increase spending on higher education so I can get a bigger office mwink[1].gif )

Anyway, just for you Sticthy I snapped a (horribly crappy) iPhone photo when I got home so you can see top and bottom in one pic cheers.gif

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delon - gotta work on that lighting my man.
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