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Hi Texasmade. The suit is a suitsupply of the rack. I like the lapels smile.gif and I think both the collar spread and the tie witdh match, but of course that is my personal opinion smile.gif
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InStitches with a PS? Looks great, man.

 

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Jumping on the flannel, chalk stripe, brown tie train today..

 

Beautiful suit, SB.

 

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Stitches, you convinced me:

 

I unwittingly dressed like emptym today. Except fatter and with a not as cool plaid SC:

 

 

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post #64878 of 78718
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Stitches, you convinced me: Warning: PoW SC! (Click to show)
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Who made this SC?  I quite like it!

post #64879 of 78718
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Cross post from The Apparel Arts Re-enactment Thread:

This is an old idea of mine, so get out you cameras and get going, gentlemen!
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Rubinacci cashmere coat/yellow trousers by Steven 1Hitchcock, NSM DB ivory linen suit, Loob St James's Nubucks

wow...fantastic...

post #64880 of 78718
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

Which makes it great.

+1. Those lapels look awesome, and the proportions are fine. texasmade is probably just used to seeing the skinny, wimpy lapels that have been trendy for the last few years. Thankfully, this trend seems to be on the way out.
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InStitches with a PS? Looks great, man.

indeed. crazy times. and such a wild PS at that!

nice look, btw. though i know some will say that is a suit sized check. wink.gif
post #64882 of 78718
As far as lapel size goes, 3.25" - 4" will suit almost any body type. Any bigger then that is just pointless exaggeration, but to each his own.

Slim lapels in the 3" or so range are ok too, and won't look silly when the huge lapel trend of the moment goes away.

I do agree that the super slim anorexic GQ look, with stick-like lapels is a terrible look for anybody.
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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

Cross post from The Apparel Arts Re-enactment Thread:

This is an old idea of mine, so get out you cameras and get going, gentlemen!
bigstar[1].gif

axwi.jpg

pvml.jpg

Rubinacci cashmere coat/yellow trousers by Steven 1Hitchcock, NSM DB ivory linen suit, Loob St James's Nubucks

I want to be like Butler when I grow up! I love this guy. Imo, this is how you dress if you are solely into classic menswear. No sacky blocky baggy stuff,  perfect classic fits.

post #64884 of 78718
Just want to say that the few of you posting flannel suits with the 2" cuffs look amazing.

Absolutely super sharp winter look.

J
post #64885 of 78718
Butler certainly does know what he is doing.

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I have tried 2 inch cuffs, but it does not work for me. 1.75 is my personal max.
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I have tried 2 inch cuffs, but it does not work for me. 1.75 is my personal max.

Yea, I think it takes some chutzpah to unrepentantly sport the 2" cuffs. Kind of why I like it.

J
post #64887 of 78718
I'm sure it's just the StyFo Kool-Aid, but the 2" cuff seems completely reasonable to me. And for anyone 6' or taller, de rigueur.
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I started with a cream tweed herringbone sport coat that I didn't end up wearing.  I added a pair of olive pants.  I picked up a green bengal stripe shirt.  A bit matchy with the pants maybe.  I added a argyll and sutherland highlander tie next.  It had a good amount of green in it to go with the shirt and pants.  I picked a navy cardigan next to pick up the navy in the tie.  I chose the brown boots, then the socks that matched the tie.  The boots are high, so no one would see the socks anyway.  I added a navy corduroy pocket square last to pick up the navy in the sweater and tie.  I found that there was too much contrast with the original jacket.  I decided to go with this brown herringbone tweed jacket because it was similar in color to the boots.  

 

 

 

post #64889 of 78718
2" cuffs are a must.
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So much win today :fonz:

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