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great looking fit, henry.

awesome pics, T
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Last Sunday (apologies for the crappy smartphone pic):



Suit: Shanghai C&G Fashion MTM.
Shirt: Tailorstore MTM.
Shoes (mostly unsighted): Shanghai Tianzi MTM.
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How about an apology for that crappy bedcover? uhoh.gif

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How about an apology for that crappy bedcover? uhoh.gif

+1 that was a sorely needed laugh. Thank you sir.
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Not mine, that's a friends house.
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mwink[1].gif you sly dog, you.
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LOL not that sort of friend. I'm a married man. The wife and I visited a friend over the weekend and stayed Saturday night after which we went to afternoon tea at the RACA club on the Sunday afternoon. The above pic is the guest bedroom.
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Archer : Nice outfit overall.

Jacket lapels look to be bowing a bit (maybe it is how you are standing to take the pic). Shoulders look ok, jacket length looks ok. jacket sleeve length a little short maybe.

Shirt sleeves should be a little longer.

Tie knot needs a lot of work. I cannot tell what knot it is, however tighten the knot itself a whole lot so it holds a good dimple at least, and then tighten the necktie around your neck a whole lot so the tie knot fits in your collar properly.

Tie bar is low, should be about or just below the top of your shirt pocket height near the third button on the shirt.

PS looks good.

Trousers look to be too tight / small around your legs - so much so that they are wrinkling around your upper legs.

Hope this crit helps fing02[1].gif

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Only a quick shot today.

 

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Graph check looks very nice here
 

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The sun is rumored to be returning to NYC today, and I'm meeting friends for drinks this evening, so I decided to make use of the dreaded black suit for such an occasion, accessorized with one of my louder Charvets (the friends in question will find that quite alright).

Suit - BB GF Regent
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - New & Lingwood
Shoes - C & J


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some great stuff this last page...Kap...i LOVE those 3 fits...especially the second one. Henry..always 100%...one of my favorite posters in this thread...along with T...loved the pics...the wedding pic was killer as well. great soot. Crusty...as usual...spot on.
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tuesday...



and my pooch wondering what the fuck is going on and why im not playing with him Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Tom Ford for Gucci
TM Lewin
EG Cappelli
Tie Bar square
Howard Yount trous
John Lobb Westminsters
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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

Archer : Nice outfit overall.

Jacket lapels look to be bowing a bit (maybe it is how you are standing to take the pic). Shoulders look ok, jacket length looks ok. jacket sleeve length a little short maybe.

Shirt sleeves should be a little longer.

Tie knot needs a lot of work. I cannot tell what knot it is, however tighten the knot itself a whole lot so it holds a good dimple at least, and then tighten the necktie around your neck a whole lot so the tie knot fits in your collar properly.

Tie bar is low, should be about or just below the top of your shirt pocket height near the third button on the shirt.

PS looks good.

Trousers look to be too tight / small around your legs - so much so that they are wrinkling around your upper legs.

Hope this crit helps fing02[1].gif

 

The lapels of two of my jackets have been doing that lately - sort of popping out a little around the chest. What is that a result of?

The trousers are a bit of an experiment from ASOS. They're slim fit and tight but I'm giving it a go. They will stretch a bit I think, see how they look after a couple of wears. If they don't work out they were only cheap so no huge loss.

 

In terms of tie knot, PS, tie bar and shirt sleeves - thank you. I will remember for future purchases and outfits - I'm only realising how little I know and I think there will be a few things that need changing in my wardrobe. Thank you for the critique!

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