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Given the recent discussion of garish ties, I figured I'd try one today.





This is a declaration for your suit: I love you.
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^^^^ (referring to CP's post)

 

My favorite fit to date, especially in terms of combinations.

 

@RDiaz , if you want to catch up a bit, might I suggest this thread:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/381083/waywrn-composite-20-thumb-minimum/0_20


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Mine was called divorcé. Whatever is yours, I hope it all works out well for you.

 



Sorry to hear that, and thank you. Mine is pretty much the opposite, moved to a new house with my woman. But the only income we have is mine, so €700 jackets are pretty much out of reach now!
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^^^^



 



My favorite fit to date, especially in terms of combinations.



 



@RDiaz , if you want to catch up a bit, might I suggest this thread:



http://www.styleforum.net/t/381083/waywrn-composite-20-thumb-minimum/0_20

 



Very nice thread indeed!
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Sorry, the pricing aspect. If 1100$ is a reasonable amount for the jacket in respect to making it and material cost.

 

 

sounds pretty good if it's a bespoke process.  I don't have Crystal Springs but some of them look fantastic.

 

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also, anyone know why @RDiaz stopped posting? i miss his fits.

 



I miss you guys as well :P

My life has changed and I'm basically poor now, and completely absorbed by work and other matters. No money for clothes, thus my interest in classic menswear as a hobby is fading. Hope better times will come. Or maybe I will switch from expensive MTM to thrifting smile.gif

 

 

She is a cruel master, the @menswear.  However, you already have an exemplary wardrobe to play with.   I'm also feeling inclined to slow down and limit myself to occasional really special pieces. 

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^^^^

 

My favorite fit to date, especially in terms of combinations.

 

@RDiaz , if you want to catch up a bit, might I suggest this thread:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/381083/waywrn-composite-20-thumb-minimum/0_20

 

You really surprise me.     I don't rate that one all that highly in your generally stellar repertoire.:confused:

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After the fun and games of recent days, I've decided to go for a more CBD, subdued, hopefully-coherent fit today. Appreciate the feedback.

 

 

 

 

Suit is M&S Collezione

Tie I got in Florence in 2008

Shirt is Savoy Taylors Guild

Shoes are Grenson Kirk

Just to be me I went for that PS - might be matchy with the tie but it adds a bit of fun into the proceedings.

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You really surprise me.     I don't rate that one all that highly in your generally stellar repertoire.confused.gif

Ah, a different fit of mine was quoted as I was making my post. I was referring to CP's post of the DB jacket.
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Good to hear from you. I know you have an excellent wardrobe so please share when you have the time.

 

Andreas

 

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also, anyone know why @RDiaz stopped posting? i miss his fits.

 



I miss you guys as well :P

My life has changed and I'm basically poor now, and completely absorbed by work and other matters. No money for clothes, thus my interest in classic menswear as a hobby is fading. Hope better times will come. Or maybe I will switch from expensive MTM to thrifting smile.gif
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Winter has returned to NYC - highs today only about 10C/50F, but sunny and clear (and predicted to be windy - brrrrrr).


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My life has changed and I'm basically poor now, and completely absorbed by work and other matters. No money for clothes, thus my interest in classic menswear as a hobby is fading. Hope better times will come. Or maybe I will switch from expensive MTM to thrifting smile.gif

Money comes and goes. As long as you've got a good wardrobe you're always good to go (and we know you've got one) wink.gif
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Thank you gentlemen. I still do use the CM elements in my wardrobe (moving towards a "smart-casual" style though), but haven't posted anything in a while because it would become quite repetitive smile.gif
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So, following the feedback and advice I received, I went shopping. Sleeves still need altering (only got it yesterday) and the shoulders may be a bit too wide but I think overall the fit is much better.

(apologies for the bathroom selfie)

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So, following the feedback and advice I received, I went shopping. Sleeves still need altering (only got it yesterday) and the shoulders may be a bit too wide but I think overall the fit is much better.

(apologies for the bathroom selfie)

Ib2bSmY.jpg

 

I'm afraid you have a huge collar gap.

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^What Anden said. Have you still got the receipt? The shoulders + the collar gap are too big problems to have an alterations tailor fix. You'd be doing yourself a favour by just exchanging it for something that sits right in the shoulders.
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