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Let me follow HF's SS with an SS fit of my own. The blue color of this suit is surprisingly hard to capture on camera, I have no idea how timotune gets his to look so well in his pictures. 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

wedding in chicago yesterday. no full fit as this suit no longer fits right. i guess i did lose weight.


 

Love this tie, stitchy.  Where's it from?

 

As you can tell, I'm way behind on this thread, so if it already was asked and answered I apologize...

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Sup:

Graduation during the day, end of year party at night,




Epaulet, Ercoles, Yellow Hook x 2, Carmina x Epaulet



Ercoles x 2, Yellow Hook x 2, Carmina x Epaulet
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Hi acecow i loved the colours of your whole apparel, just the shoes wityhout socks put me off, YOur Feetr will smell leather when you will remove them.

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There's been some 3500 pages of fits since Acecow posted his. You are not planning to comment each one, I hope.
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

First wearing of new Suitsupply jacket, for a little light work on a Saturday. Good stuff for RTW at that price IMO. Something with a bit of a different cut for my summer wardrobe, anyway:

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Not sure what to think of this. Looks a bit small confused.gif

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never dress up on weekends but had to meet someone today, pants were lighty brown and shoes were shell Dinkelacker, of course.:

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AND IN HONOR OF BEPPE
 

 

 

InStitches - add a knit tie and suede shoes to fully do this (as you well know)

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Those velvet slippers are awesome Southern. Details?
Thank you, they are the almighty Stubbs and Wootton.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

very well done, ss. i have really been liking your fits as of late. seems you have kicked it up a notch.
Thank you sir
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

I like that three-piece, Orge.

+1
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Congrats NOBD icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

And nice soft collar, Edmorel...

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

It certainly would. I don't wear this tie anymore because I don't really have anything that works well with it. If it wasn't for the challenge... tongue.gif

This blazer is going to become a suit soon, though. Gonna get matching trousers made in an attempt to mitigate the problem with long front balance causing the quarters to be excessively open.

Or you could just get the balance fixed. It hardworking but can be done. I would use the purchase of the trousers to convince the tailor to do it.
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So it's actually possible to shorten the fronts from the top on a finished garment?

 

Seems like more work than he would be willing to do, but I might try. He's probably gonna tell me it's not possible. But even though next commissions will (suppossedly) be fixed, it would be nice if I could get this one fixed too, because I like how the top half looks. Thanks for the suggestion smile.gif

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Stitchy, that tie looks luzzurious.

it is! yay!
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Originally Posted by MRMstl View Post

Love this tie, stitchy.  Where's it from?
As you can tell, I'm way behind on this thread, so if it already was asked and answered I apologize...

thanks, man. its panta. not sure if they are still on the site, but you can PM ed to see if has any left.
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InStitches - add a knit tie and suede shoes to fully do this (as you well know)

i am not beppe. one thing at a time, my friend. smile.gif
post #53430 of 75674
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

So it's actually possible to shorten the fronts from the top on a finished garment?

Seems like more work than he would be willing to do, but I might try. He's probably gonna tell me it's not possible. But even though next commissions will (suppossedly) be fixed, it would be nice if I could get this one fixed too, because I like how the top half looks. Thanks for the suggestion smile.gif

Yep it's possible, you may need a new collar putting on but since he can get the cloth for new trousers......

If its a little bit out you could just cut the front of the coat at the bottom and maybe take in the hips which would hide some of the symptoms of the balance being out.
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