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tieless toosday

Suitsupply, Lewin, Howard Yount, Massimo Bizzocchi square (mebbe ill call it a pochette today) ferragamo monk straps that are older than my last girlfriend. (true story)
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Another gorgeous day in manhattan! LBM 1911 spring jacket, Andrea campagna chambray dress shirt, jean shop denim
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Another gorgeous day in manhattan! LBM 1911 spring jacket, Andrea campagna chambray dress shirt, jean shop denim Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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You should tuck your shirt in when you're wearing a jacket. Shirt tails sticking out from under a jacket hem just doesn't look right.
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steffenbp11, pingson, and derek - GREAT looks. derek, that SC is excellent, really good pick up on your part.

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You should tuck your shirt in when you're wearing a jacket. Shirt tails sticking out from under a jacket hem just doesn't look right.

while the untucked does not quite bother me, i think it would look better tucked in.
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How long until the maker is revealed? lurker[1].gif

I hope soon, that looks great.
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Quick shot after sushi and soju.

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

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Spoo, the jacket looks great, esp. given the ordering method. Others have already mentioned the two things I would also note: the slight wrinkle at the back of the collar (which may not even be always there), and the waist. For me, it's not that the waist is too wide, exactly; I suppose it could be narrower, but even if so, probably not by much. No, for me, it's more that there's a relative lack of contouring through the torso. I notice this with my own (admittedly older, and therefore not as great-fitting anyway) MTM stuff like my suit today vs bespoke; it's something about how the cloth is shaped around a body in three dimensions across a wider set of points rather than simply meeting a narrower set of key measurements. It still looks great, though, I'm just noting something that's extraordinarily difficult to manage with MTM anyway, even with in-person fittings.

 

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It's transition weather right now. ugh

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As always, the character of your outfits shines through. Or rather, your character does. Great look.


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The style of that DB is interesting. To me, it is a very elongating and stylised look; I think this comes from something subtle but uncommon about the angle of the lapels, the button spacing and amount of crossover. It's very good, in a very angular way. Nice one.

 

Thanks. Indeed it is rather unusual DB. It is vintage. It was made in 1970's by Sartoria Santagada from Varese (Lombardy). Fabric is very heavy (English, Sulka on the selvedge, probably not related to famous tie manufacturer). Even if I compare it to contemporary 16oz H. Lesser, this cloth is still heavier. In fact it is a suit. I also have trousers but they are bell-bottoms  ;).  I personally adore the blue pearl buttons. Very rare sight nowadays.

A rare suit in many respects. It might be possible to change the shape of the trousers to something more conventional?

 

Thank you for the information about it.

 

 

 

 

Very full day of work, so in a businessy sort of suit for the first time in about a month, I think. My life is much more odd jacket or casual suit these days, but sometimes it feels a little more structured, so the smarter suits still come out to play occasionally:

 

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Eidos Napoli
Kiton
AD56 Milano for Rose & Born
Edward Green
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steffenbp11, pingson, and derek - GREAT looks. derek, that SC is excellent, really good pick up on your part.
while the untucked does not quite bother me, i think it would look better tucked in.

If he wasn't wearing the jacket, I would like it very much, and I think it would be a great casual look. But once he puts the jacket on, I think the shirt needs to be tucked.
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i think i actually dont hate this full fit pic. smile.gif





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I like that color SC Stitchy.  Might get a suit made in that color this summer.  

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I like that color SC Stitchy.  Might get a suit made in that color this summer.  

 

Same here, the colour is awesome!

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Whenever I like the top half of Kap's fits (which is often), I scroll down hoping not to see tennis shoes.

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Whenever I like the top half of Kap's fits (which is often), I scroll down hoping not to see tennis shoes.

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