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LOVE the hat! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Thanks. I'm a big fan of the flat cap, even though my SO hates them.

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tell her she dont understand the FASHIONZ!!!
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Hahaha yeah. The guys working at SS are wearing the suits too "Fashion" (at least the ones at the New York store are...). The suits themselves, I'm actually quite impressed with. Almost bought a SC there the other day but it was just too similar to something else I had. And I've been very impressed with some of the SS fits I've seen around here.

 

Suit Supply would be really great if they didn't insist on functional cuffs. I will never be a customer because I can't shorten the sleeves.

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tell her she dont understand the FASHIONZ!!!

 

I'm not that brave!

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Suit Supply would be really great if they didn't insist on functional cuffs. I will never be a customer because I can't shorten the sleeves.

Yeah, that too. That's my biggest knock against them.

You can shorten the sleeves, you just have to take them in from the sleevehead--which is at least $100. So you have to factor that into the cost.

I really don't understand that either.
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Caustic Man... nice jacket!

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Suit Supply would be really great if they didn't insist on functional cuffs. I will never be a customer because I can't shorten the sleeves.
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Yeah, that too. That's my biggest knock against them.
You can shorten the sleeves, you just have to take them in from the sleevehead--which is at least $100. So you have to factor that into the cost.
I really don't understand that either.

ime, shortening from the sleeve head can totally throw off the pitch of the sleeve and the "elbow bend." rendering the jacket even more useless. do they not leave a few inches at the end of the sleeve to shorten it? if not, that sucks.

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I'm not that brave!

YOU CAN DO EEET!
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@HF - All around amazing. And I'm not just saying that because of the brown tie (though that's probably a factor)

 

@MRocks - Thumbed for the story

 

That Tom Miler series of pictures has to be one of the most reposted in this thread lately.

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ime, shortening from the sleeve head can totally throw off the pitch of the sleeve and the "elbow bend." rendering the jacket even more useless. do they not leave a few inches at the end of the sleeve to shorten it? if not, that sucks.

Good point. The problem is they all come with functional buttonholes, so you can't really change the sleeve length much--there are literal holes in the sleeve.
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MisterFu, you are probably gonna hate my attire for today then. Just a short meeting with my research assistant in my new office in the most expensive real state in Latin America (crazy that an academic institution would do something like that, even though it is a Business School). Short sleeves were actually expected and he commented on how overdressed I was (but in jest).

 

Ventless jacket (WW Chan). Slacks are dark olive, shoes are grey. Can't help using this jacket more than others.

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the contrary, I quite like this setup (nifty jacket). This doesn't need a tie. 3 piece suit needs a tie biggrin.gif.

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nice pic, sugar bear.

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Good point. The problem is they all come with functional buttonholes, so you can't really change the sleeve length much--there are literal holes in the sleeve.

i understand what buttonholes are. wink.gif

but often when they do that on RTW, they set them back an inch or two. if they are doing that RTW, close to the end, that is pretty silly imo.
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nice pic, sugar bear.
i understand what buttonholes are. wink.gif

but often when they do that on RTW, they set them back an inch or two. if they are doing that RTW, close to the end, that is pretty silly imo.

 

There is about 1/2" you can play with before it would look bad. The one I tried on in 38s would need to have the sleeve shortened to the second button. It's a shame because they are great jackets for the price.

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There is about 1/2" you can play with before it would look bad. The one I tried on in 38s would need to have the sleeve shortened to the second button. It's a shame because they are great jackets for the price.

1/2 inch?! that is super lame. really a shame as they are a great deal. frown.gif
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Flannel, oxford and cashmere & plenty of texture today







Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt: Cottonwork
Tie: Henry Carter Navy Cashmere knit
PS: Henry Carter White Irish linen
Shoes: Meermin MTO
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