First I make the same pose as for the first picture. When I stand straight I am looking every time a little bit like a robot. So I tried it with one leg a little bit cocked.
Very nice indeed. Would love even more if the square wasn't almost exactly the same colour as the shirt. The tie is a really great choice for that solid shirt/suit backdrop.
It's personal preference, but I think a little bit more length to the jacket, maybe 0.5" or so, and moving the bottom button down by the same amount, would balance a jacket out just a little more.
Beautiful tie ... really ... fantastic design ... your combinations are always great ... congratulations ...
Received a new jacket today, beautiful fabric, but not entirely happy with the fit.
My thoughts (Click to show)
I think the buttoning point is quite high, the jacket is a bit on the short side, and the cut is very boxy/has no shape to it, while it's still somehow slightly pulling at the button. It's also showing the same lines in the sides as in the product picture:
I'm wondering whether those lines are inherent to the fabric, a beautiful cotton/silk mix? Normally I would just return it, but I really like the fabric, so would it be worth having a tailor trying to rectify the boxy cut and the lines in the side?
Thanks for the advice! I've had the same done with a suitsupply suit, which became beautifully shaped afterwards, but that one wasn't pulling at the button. I'm a little puzzled how letting out a jacket while creating shape at the same time works. Either way, there's about 1,5" of extra fabric in the hem, so I might just have the body lengthened as well. It's just such a nice unstructured and casual blazer that I'm inclined to give it a try.