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post #5311 of 75585
Cross post from SW&D, figured it applied here as well.

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Originally Posted by newyork20 View Post
Great shoes. Can you tell me who makes them?

yes. beautiful indeed
post #5313 of 75585
Spoo, The thread has been making a comeback but its suit week.... so dont let us down!
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Originally Posted by allaboutshoes View Post
Spoo, The thread has been making a comeback but its suit week.... so dont let us down!

Sure, no pressure or anything.
post #5315 of 75585
Been wearing this linen (Uniqlo) blazer a lot recently (the only one I have), because it's so warm! I bought these chinos from Uniqlo, too, but they were vanity sized, so needed to get them fixed at the waist! The leg is a little flaired/baggy, so I can't wait to replace them with a better brand (Dockers). (Shirt sleeves are a little too short, too, I know!)
post #5316 of 75585
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Originally Posted by newyork20 View Post
Great shoes. Can you tell me who makes them?

Wow, an oldie but a goodie.. Those are Barker Black Archdale
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Wrinkles and rumples... - Yes, it needs a press, but I also just lost 9 lbs. so things are sitting a bit funny now - happy to finally say these awesome shoes are by SF's own DC Lewis. This is the "Clayton". Moar shooz: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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OK, i'm new to styleforum - this is my first proper post, so here goes. This is what I worse to my cousins confirmation so im trying to balance dressy with formal:



I know the sleeves are a bit too long, but please give me your opinions? I shall hopefully improve next time :')
post #5319 of 75585
I like the wrinkles, Spoo. It's cotton, right?
post #5320 of 75585
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
I like the wrinkles, Spoo. It's cotton, right?

Thanks, yeah. It's a very thin Dormueil cotton with a lot of memory. Even freshly pressed it looks a mess but I though it was nice with the slubby tie.
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I also like the slubby tie with it.
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Originally Posted by thepsychicruskie View Post
OK, i'm new to styleforum - this is my first proper post, so here goes. This is what I worse to my cousins confirmation so im trying to balance dressy with formal:



I know the sleeves are a bit too long, but please give me your opinions? I shall hopefully improve next time :')

Ok, here is what I am seeing:

The Sleeves are too long, the jacket is way too short, the lapels are too small, the pants are too long and not nearly fitted enough for the jacket. Basically, it needs serious help.

Sorry,

Mike
post #5323 of 75585
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Originally Posted by ndw View Post

I wasn't massively fond of the colour of this suit last time, but I think this lighting flatters it much more. I wouldn't wear it against my skin colour, but as a colour in itself, I can see why you chose it now. Nice one.

PS. the Versace tie you commented on will NOT be burned!

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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post
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Moving in the right direction incrementally. Keep going.

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Cool suit. Liking hte shoes and the overall look too. If its suits all this week, will be be odd jackets all next week, and then comparing scores?







Sunny and fairly warm day, so out comes a bit of linen again:

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Wrinkles and rumples...
- Yes, it needs a press, but I also just lost 9 lbs. so things are sitting a bit funny now
- happy to finally say these awesome shoes are by SF's own DC Lewis. This is the "Clayton".

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Moar shooz:




Nice, but why you no like cuffs?

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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Ok, here is what I am seeing:

The Sleeves are too long, the jacket is way too short, the lapels are too small, the pants are too long and not nearly fitted enough for the jacket. Basically, it needs serious help.

Sorry,

Mike

If you're going for classic style, +1 on Mike's critique (and I'd add some concern about the sheen of the material for anything other than a nighttime look). If you're going for a fashiony look, then you can ignore the bits about the lapel width and jacket length.
post #5325 of 75585
Thanks for the compliments, everybody, on yesterday.

Cooler temps in the midwest. It's so wonderful. Soft, unstructured blazer day.

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