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"Sigh"

This was taken before I put stuff on my hair. I didn't think people wud care about my hair. Maybe I should cut off at the neck.

 

Well as long as you considered it, then np. I'm sure you looked great out the door. I just know for myself that sometimes I work so hard on putting a nice fit together or acquiring good items, only to have my actual appearance completely soiled by the fact that I haven't shaved in a week. I simply forget sometimes, I'm glad you didn't.

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Forgive the hideous bathroom background. Last time I wear this jacket before I send it off to Luxire to be replicated with some adjustments in another fabric.

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Yeah...I sent the pix over to Mrs. Noodles and she said the same thing...so you're not alone. I was just more focused on the look from neck on down. 

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Wedding date set. 

Credits to: Claghorn (for Noodle's Thread), JRD (for the tie), Mokeyface (for lapel size should complement tie width), Uncle Nemo  (for calling me a fatty)

Now we just need to get you a decent hair cut...

 

Edit: Late to the party. I think I'm getting an undercut for my next do though!

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people just piling on my hair :deadhorse:

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Head amputation would be a solution for the hair, but really mess up your button stance and tie/lapel ratio.  A comb is easier.  And I didn't call you a fatty - I'm more a fatty that you.  I implied, in a blatantly racist stereotype, that you might have a small penis.  Wouldn't want to be misunderstood.

 

P.S: Tonsorial deficiency aside, you look nice.

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Small penis?! I...I didn't know I even had a penis! :bounce2:

Thank you, Uncle Nemo!

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Small penis?! I...I didn't know I even had a penis! bounce2.gif
Thank you, Uncle Nemo!

You will share this discovery with the future Mrs Noodles?
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It's been a while. Hope everyone is well ...
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Originally Posted by David Reeves View Post

Looks a lot like mine, its a classic look. I find the color rather hard with shirts and ties myself though.
Really? How so? Light blue shirts, white shirts, and just about any medium or dark tone tie you like.

 

I find light grey as a colour very difficult in winter, and that's the main reason I haven't got one of those light grey flannel DB suits despite really liking the garment in itself.

 

The thing is, sure, the combination you describe works just fine. But I just don't really like the overall effect within the context of the season. It works on one of those particularly crisp & clear winter days, but on a more average day when it's all gloomy and dark, it looks a bit weird to be in such an expanse of light grey suit. It also makes shoe choice very difficult, because while you might want a light coloured shoe for the suit colour, in winter & with the dark tie, you need a dark shoe. And then the shoe can look a bit too strong for the suit. Of course, it can work, but I don't think it's at all easy.

 

If the light grey suit has a pattern - eg the archetypal POW check - then everything paradoxically becomes a lot easier because that has the effect of both darkening the light grey and breaking up the expanse with that pattern. But solid light grey in winter, esp. as a DB... yeah it's classic but I do agree with David that it's surprisingly hard.

 

Originally Posted by An Acute Style View Post
 

I went to a great lecture series about Hyperbolic Geometry.

 

This is about pagoda jacket shoulder construction, right...? :sly:

 

Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Forgive the hideous bathroom background. Last time I wear this jacket before I send it off to Luxire to be replicated with some adjustments in another fabric.
 

 

As part of the adjustments, double-check that it's just the pose making the bottom half of the jacket swing inwards a bit, and not a balance issue (it probably is just the arms folded pose). If you are planning on making changes to a jacket that you're sending to Luxire, consider also sending them photos of you wearing it, so they can think about how to correctly interpret your desired changes. They seem pretty good on this.

 

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It's been a while. Hope everyone is well ...
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That's your detention homework, for not visiting us more often!

 

Looking good dude; love that DB overcoat!

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A rare break in the rain for some sunny weather. Will wonders never cease...

 

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Hi Fellas thanks for the likes and comments last time.

 

Some great fits posted lately 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

As part of the adjustments, double-check that it's just the pose making the bottom half of the jacket swing inwards a bit, and not a balance issue (it probably is just the arms folded pose). If you are planning on making changes to a jacket that you're sending to Luxire, consider also sending them photos of you wearing it, so they can think about how to correctly interpret your desired changes. They seem pretty good

Thanks for the advice and yes, it is just the pose. I like everything about the jacket, except for the button stance...too high for me. Maybe a couple other minor adjustments that Luxire should have no problem with.
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oh hai, niidawg3.
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