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Especially when taking a rushed shot in the elevator because you're afraid of people catching you in the act wink.gif

Never be ashamed of taking pictures of yourself to share with strange men on the intrawebz!!
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What do you know? You have a BlazerSuit that you only wear as a suit.crackup%5B1%5D.gif
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.... Just fuckin' with ya.

You are dead to me.
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Just trying to beat Stitchy.
Actually, work is pretty slow this week. Obviously.
Edit: Jesus. I have 30 and Stitchy has over 60 today? If I posted as fast as I can, I can't beat that.

It's not all it's cracked up to be.

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Hey I don't hear you ripping on Stitch.

I've taken plenty of lumps, don't you worry.
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Welt breast and patch hip pockets sounds fine to me on a linen suit. Have you considered a single sleeve button? Someone posted something like that a couple days ago (don't recall who) and I think it looked nice.

 

I forgot to give you specifics about the linen. It's the most breathable cloth that I've ever worn, very flimsy, and it does not wrinkle nor rumples (it probably isn't composed by just linen and silk as advertised by the local shop seller). Think fresco, but, much more breathable, handles moisture much better, not coarse, and without the body. I'm concerned about how it will take the needle, but I've already made two odd trousers with it (you saw the white one on the friday challenge) and it's just amazing, so amazing that I'll give it a shot. Does that information changes how you feel about the hip patches? Yeah, I really like the bespoke process.

The single button is my second choice, I like the look very much, very sport, but, I'll probably go with three, more suitable for a navy suit that doesn't wrinkles, IMO. I's planning to employ the single button to my next linen suit (tan or tobacco) that will be on hold until I've the result from this project. 

 

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First post on the thread, hope y'all approve. Cheers

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First post on the thread, hope y'all approve. Cheers
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Peeps won't like that massive triple windsor.
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Not my thing at all, ocbd, but I'm digging it.
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First post on the thread, hope y'all approve. Cheers

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Suit looks nice.  Suit Supply?  The knot is too much IMO.  Try a four-in-hand or double four-in-hand.  Please crop your pictures.   It's hard to make out your fit.   Also, don't aim for approval.  Do you.  Take the advice that suits you.  

 

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Classic trad. I like the look.  Especially the jacket.  Uniqlo?  The shirt could use a better collar with more roll.  Also, please crop your pictures.  It's hard to make out your fit.   

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I'm aware some will not approve of the red tie; in my environment, it won't get a second look.

 

 

Took a suggestion from another thread, tried yellow shirt / purple tie. Not sure how much I like this:

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^ holy moly those lapels! I have over 4" lapels on my suits, but I don't think I could ever wear anything as wide as those monsters. Having said that, I'm kinda diggin it in this fit.
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I like everything except the pants.  Not sure what pants would work better.  I really like the tie.  Excellent knot.  

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In a hurry today. Haven't had time to look at other fits, unfortunately. Played with my camera outside a little. Here's my entry:





Still a little cold for loafers without socks, but I'm not a pussy, unlike UC.

The "pussy" comments are a touch too much hating on women for a guy looking like that much of a gentleman.
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I just finished reading the thread. I wasn't sure I was going to be able to catch up, it moves so fast. I've learned so much from you gentlemen, and the banter that goes on here is particularly entertaining. Anyway, here's my first pic for you to tear apart, enjoy!
AppleMark
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I forgot to give you specifics about the linen. It's the most breathable cloth that I've ever worn, very flimsy, and it does not wrinkle nor rumples (it probably isn't composed by just linen and silk as advertised by the local shop seller). Think fresco, but, much more breathable, handles moisture much better, not coarse, and without the body. I'm concerned about how it will take the needle, but I've already made two odd trousers with it (you saw the white one on the friday challenge) and it's just amazing, so amazing that I'll give it a shot. Does that information changes how you feel about the hip patches? Yeah, I really like the bespoke process.

The single button is my second choice, I like the look very much, very sport, but, I'll probably go with three, more suitable for a navy suit that doesn't wrinkles, IMO. I's planning to employ the single button to my next linen suit (tan or tobacco) that will be on hold until I've the result from this project. 

 

 

If you're going to use the suit for "city" looks as well as more casual looks, go with flap or jetted pockets, but if you're only going to wear it with linen shirts, knit/linen ties, etc. either patch or flap should be fine...

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I just finished reading the thread. I wasn't sure I was going to be able to catch up, it moves so fast. I've learned so much from you gentlemen, and the banter that goes on here is particularly entertaining. Anyway, here's my first pic for you to tear apart, enjoy!
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AppleMark

 

 

Well done!

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