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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


It amazes me that you can find off the rack clothes that fit you. icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif


I steer away from the really small Italian designer brands like D&G, Dior Homme and such.. Plus I have a tailor that used to be a master tailor for a fashion house in L.A back in the 80's so he knows how to work wonders. Ill be in NY at the end of the year T! We should link up

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So, I finally took the plunge and went custom. I'm not revealing the maker to get honest feedback. This was all done via email, no in person fittings. Please give me your thoughts, good and bad. Both myself and the maker want to hear. :


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Mystery MTM
Finamore
Ralph
Noname PS
Ralph
Carmina
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jacket looks amazing. fit looks spot on.
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Looks like it fits you very well. It could use more shape in the front (only the head on pics make me think this so maybe it's the angle or how you're standing) but as far as fit goes, it's surprisingly good for all email communication
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Amazing fit, for dialing it in by email. Heck, pretty great fit regardless! Like the design and fabric. Nice choice with the patch pockets.
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I really agree with all of your commets. What can I say? Lack of dress code is allowing me to wear that kind of crazy stuff sometimes shog[1].gif
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it's creating a pear-shaped look that isn't a consequence of his actual physique. 

That's because my hands in a pockets smile.gif
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Looks good to me, Spoo. Maybe see if Mr. Despos & Co. have any suggestions over in the Ask A Tailor thread...
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It's transition weather right now. ugh

 

 

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Looks very nice to me, Espú. Just in the back part, near the bottom of the collar... is that tiny bump? I don't know how to call it, in here tailors call it "Arruga Madre" that would be like "Mother Wrinkle". laugh.gif

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Just in from Italy



Henry Carter Navy cashmere knit tie (also coming in brown, maroon, forest green & grey). This will debuted at our trunk show in Melbourne this Thursday and should be online by the end of the weekend.

Not seen are grey flannel trousers and burgundy Carmina derbies.
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From a wedding this weekend.




Suit: Suit Supply (Napoli Fit)

Shirt: Canali ( Can't see from the pictures but the color of the shirt is pink)

Tie: Burberry London

Watch: Rolex Air King

Shoes: C&J


How tall are you?
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How tall are you?


I say 6"8.. but Im really almost 6"9..

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You look superb in those photos, choc. Very well done. Lovely Rolex, too. Wear it more often I say nod[1].gif
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I say 6"8.. but Im really almost 6"9..

Yeah choc I like how you mitigate your size by closely tailored suits when for so many people like you they would try to hide their size in looser fits and actually achieve the reverse!
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

So, I finally took the plunge and went custom. I'm not revealing the maker to get honest feedback. This was all done via email, no in person fittings. Please give me your thoughts, good and bad. Both myself and the maker want to hear. :


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Mystery MTM
Finamore
Ralph
Noname PS
Ralph
Carmina

I think it is pretty amazing, both in fit and in overall impression. I might suggest a slightly wider tie to balance the lapels, but do they MAKE a tasteful tie wide enough to balance those lapels? satisfied.gif Maybe this could be one of the rare occasion where you go Windsor...maybe a bigger/ wider knot would be more in proportion. The tailor should know that while this is a perfectly Spooish garment, he could get some guy without your stance, build, chutzpah and all around Spooiness in trouble (i.e. most mortals could not pull this off).
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