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I'm with Stitches here. I am not entirely sure of the reason, but glen plaid seems to be ideal for suits (and very good for ties too), but just never looks right in shirts, even with plainer suit and tie fabrics. I would be very happy to see examples where it does work, though...

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i like mine.
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It's busy here, but it could easily be toned down. I think PoW with windowpanes are the hardiest to work with. I think blue/white or pink/white ones can work well.
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A cool change whipped through Melbourne today and this suit proved just right for the weather.

 

 

 

Tom Ford - Oxford - Herringbone - unknown PS - Loake Design

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my first suitsupply suit
i did not suppress the waist (think i will leave it alone) or slim the sleeves as i normally would
just hem pants, take in pants waist, and shorten sleeves so the suit is wearable

my ps is caught on the lapel and i need longer collar points to tuck under the lapels
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my first suitsupply suit
i did not suppress the waist (think i will leave it alone) or slim the sleeves as i normally would
just hem pants, take in pants waist, and shorten sleeves so the suit is wearable

my ps is caught on the lapel and i need longer collar points to tuck under the lapels

Yes, leave the waist as is. There is a nice shape to the mid body of this coat. When I see your picture post, I am reminded of all the tasteful and smart-looking coats that Claghorn wears every day. And yours has that look.

Your shoulders look nice and neat. Yes, shorten the sleeves a bit?. Is this the Napoli? I find that the sleeves on the Napoli are much roomier than their other models. I've gotten used to it; it has not been issue for me. Actually, there is good freedom for arm movement.

I know that SS coats run short, but--again, maybe--is this coat length too short? I'd have to see a picture from the back side to make a better judgment about this. When I purchased my first SS coat, I was in shock. I had never had a coat so short. But, in a reverse mirror at the tailor shop, I could see that the coat was covering, adequately, my gluteus maximus.
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Today
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AppleMark

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E & G Cappelli Tie
Brigdens suit and shirt
C & J Alex


AppleMark

AppleMark

Wow!
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Thanks CP, very kind of you to say so. (I'm going to take wow as a compliment shog[1].gif)

Ps thank all for the thumbs gents, much appreciated
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My take on PoW shirt:



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No commentary today, gentlemen, just pictures . . .


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Lovely tie!

 

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PoW shirts are tough, but I do like them with solid ties and sharp suits.

I have a few blue ones, and a lavender/purple one.

The lavender I usually wear under a gray sweater, the blue sometimes casually or with a solid navy, or navy pindot tie.

J
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Good morning, gentlemen. Or its morning here anyway...

 

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Navy suit, white shirt, black captoes.

 

No tie :thumbs-up:

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AppleMark

Lighter flannels be better for first picture? PS too close to tie for second?

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