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conrad, thats fantastic.
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conrad, thats fantastic.

 

you know who's fantastic?

 

 

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Dude. Not cool. He doesn't believe in Jesus.

 

:lol:

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Oh is that who that was. I though it was the Burger King dude.
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That looked like Moses to me...
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That looked like Moses to me...
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It's been a while:

- White oxford shirt (Green Das One Shirt collar)
- Dark brown oxfords
- White linen PS with handrolled edge
- Navy worsted suit jacket
- Glen plaid wool tie
- Bronze twill chino with metal side adjusters




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Such a "Spiegel"!

As for the clothes: simple, clean, well-tailored, interesting
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Velvet paired with linen is something I would´nt have thought of. Hard to tell if it works due to the quality of the photo.

 

Andreas

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New to the forum and with a (bad quality) picture taken by a colleague:

 

Melbourne Cup day: 

Homero Ortega panama

Sartoria Parma - Caruso velvet Jacket

Bespoke linen shirt (Thomas Mason fabric)

Battisti tie and Michelson's Square

Incotex linen trousers

Di Meglia belt and wholecut oxfords (not shown). 

 

 

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Hi Andreas. 

 

IMO Velvet works nicely with linen as its softness and suppleness contrast nicely with the coarser and wrinkled look of linen. But that's just my opinion :-)

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Hi guise-  HC, Beet, Rudes, Clap, Clags, Diaz all really great fits IMO 

Crusty that tie is old school :satisfied:

 

 

Angora SC- PRL

Madder- E G Cappelli

OCBD- Kamakura

Kelim square- Drakes

Oxblood Oxfords- Vass

 

 

 

 

 

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Pliny, do you have your coats altered for sloping shoulders? My shoulders slope as much as yours and most RTW needs adjustment, otherwise cloth collapses below the armpits and looks pretty bad.

 

Today:

 

 

 

 

MTM blazer, flannels, Cappelli challis tie, Drake's wool hank

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Hey I've got the exact same tie n square as u ^^ (tho not today)

 

I def have them made with sloping shoulders.  Wasn't aware you could get RTW adjusted like that tho-  not easily at least :embar:

nice fit BTW :satisfied: 

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Thanks! So PRL does have fairly sloping shoulders, I guess? Because that jacket fits great.

 

One of the "tailor's tutorial" threads on top of the page is about sloping shoulders. It's not hard to do for a tailor, just labor intensive.

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Thanks! So PRL does have fairly sloping shoulders, I guess? Because that jacket fits great.

 

One of the "tailor's tutorial" threads on top of the page is about sloping shoulders. It's not hard to do for a tailor, just labor intensive.

 

It's PRL's 'Bradford', and yes it seem to fit.

 

good observation re the relationship between shoulders and sides-  now u mention it, that excess under the arm does happen a lot for me with RTW. I always thght it was cos i have no chest :uhoh:

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