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nice combo, stanley.
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More vintage: A 3-p-suit from the 40´s from Torn-kläder in Södertälje.

 

 

 

Good evening!

That is a terrific suit. It just goes to show that good tailoring and tasteful style lasts a lot longer than simple fashion trends. Too bad I'll never be able to wear a vintage suit like that (as I'm 6'6").

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I will be below zero tonight in Stockholm. It ought to be + 10C


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Great Look HAL and yes the whole of Europe seems to be waiting for spring. Its nearly May and the trees are still as bald as a baby´s bottom
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I am only 191 cm (6'3 ft) so I always need to extend the trouser legs and sleeves
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Thanks for the comments, gents. The finished jacket that came from the factory didn't have concave shoulders, they were straight diagonal lines. Then I asked the tailor to remove as much padding as possible - the effect I really wanted was that of a soft, convex shoulder with roping, like this:

 

 

 

 

He did, but he also adjusted for forward shoulders and only then the shoulders became concave. We need to work on that, because I believe if the long front balance problem is fixed, I won't need that adjustment. I don't think I can get a drape, or Neapolitan cut jacket from him (and won't try to), but I believe convex, soft shoulders should be achieveable, along with much less open quarters. Will work on that, either with this tailor or with a new one smile.gif

 

The jacket you posted as an example is marvelous but your result isn't bad at all. Congratulations!

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Absolutely fantastic. Probably one of my favorite attires on SF

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nice! jacket looks great-- like the pants, too, but I'd take a little bit outta the length of the leg. they seem a little too wide to do justice to you or that jacket as a result!
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The weather in NYC is a bit cool still, so I can get away with one more outing with today's attire, before it will become totally unseasonable.

Sports jacket, trousers, & tie - BB
Shirt -LE
PS - unknown origin
Shoes - Paul Stuart house brand


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Details on the tie please? It is gorgeous.
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nice! jacket looks great-- like the pants, too, but I'd take a little bit outta the length of the leg. they seem a little too wide to do justice to you or that jacket as a result!

thanks, foxxy. i have gone back and forth with the length on these, became a pain so i just left them after the last alteration. im pretty happy with them as is. might mess with them again down the line.

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crusty, looking sharp. LOVE the shoes.
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^^
Linen Howard Yount. Nearly impossible to knot, so don't be jealous. : )

Suggestions for navy summer ties are welcome!
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Linen Howard Yount. Nearly impossible to knot, so don't be jealous. : )

Suggestions for navy summer ties are welcome!

First, I like that HY tie, even if it's hard to knot.

Second... I second the call for summe tie suggestions, and I also prefer a solid navy.
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No pics, but i look awful today. oh well. Hunter green thin cord sportcoat, plaid kiton shirt, and grey trous. sounds decent, but i feel like a twat.

**i mean, im always a twat, but more so today**
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Here's a Samuelsohn suit, Boss shirt, Battisti tie, Vass double monks.

 

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Linen Howard Yount. Nearly impossible to knot, so don't be jealous. : )

Suggestions for navy summer ties are welcome!

try out the Yellow Hook shantung. very lightweight, very awesome.
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