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@sugarbutch 

Nice tie! :fonz:

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Hibbity hibbity

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@sugarbutch
 
Nice tie! fing02%5B1%5D.gif

I bet you paid a lot more for yours than I paid for mine... smile.gif
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I bet you paid a lot more for yours than I paid for mine... smile.gif

HOW?!

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I don't share your aversion to second-hand purchases. nod[1].gif
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This is a great outfit. I love the colors and textures. They mix very well. I like the coat a lot, but I think it may be too small for you in the waist and the length. Pity. I think the shirt is fine.

 

 

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@luv2breformed  - Your improvement on this board has been astounding. I agree with @An Acute Style that the jacket might be a touch short, but not that it is too tight.

 

 

Thanks for the great feedback, guys. I've had a lot of help along the way from some great people! I checked the measurements after reading what you guys wrote and I made a mistake when I bought the jacket. The jacket matched my proper measurements exactly except I measured from the bottom of the collar to the bottom of the jacket, while the seller measured from the top of collar to the bottom of the jacket. No wonder it's an inch short! I will still wear it (and another one I bought from the same seller), but I am not quite as ecstatic about the purchases as I first was. Look out for his charcoal cousin on here sometime (who will also be an inch short =/).

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Looking good. Can't wait to pick mine up next week! Pretty bummed I'm so long legged I had to go with no cuffs, but it still gonna look good.

 

Can your tailor do a faux cuff for you?  It requires barely more material than a non-cuffed hem

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Looking good. Can't wait to pick mine up next week! Pretty bummed I'm so long legged I had to go with no cuffs, but it still gonna look good.

thanks, mang. looking forward to seeing yours.

plus one to gregs advice about a false cuff, i have done that on a few of my pants and it looks great.
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Can your tailor do a faux cuff for you?  It requires barely more material than a non-cuffed hem

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thanks, mang. looking forward to seeing yours.

plus one to gregs advice about a false cuff, i have done that on a few of my pants and it looks great.

Never crossed my mind because I have never done it. I'll giver her a call and ask. I don't have much confidence in any of the tailors around here...I'll be a nervous wreck until I get the suit back.
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its pretty easy i think. should be fine.
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네. 제 아내는 한국인입니다.

나도! ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

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칭 종 빙 봉
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^ As someone who can read that, I say: אתה שמוק
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Kayn. Betach.
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First day back from break at school and second lecture on hyperbolic geometry.  Tired.  Four herringbones.  Not crazy about the pocket square.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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