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Managed to get home alive in one piece last night...

Not 100% convinced on jacket / tie but was in a rush...

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Nothing like vacation date night. Looking forward to gorging on copious amounts of foie gras and Jack Daniels. Anything else inbetween is gravy, baby.
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Looks like Richard Simmons threw up on you biggrin.gif
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Malford, so you're the one who nicked those Tom Fords on eBay.co.uk right under my nose... wink.gif
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Managed to get home alive in one piece last night...

Not 100% convinced on jacket / tie but was in a rush...
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Think the combo is ok. And I love those shoes.
But the jacket doesn't do anything good for you. The button stance is too high, and kinda makes it flare.
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Malford, so you're the one who nicked those Tom Fords on eBay.co.uk right under my nose... wink.gif

Well spotted sir wink.gif
You snooze - you lose.
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Originally Posted by B|aze View Post


Think the combo is ok. And I love those shoes.
But the jacket doesn't do anything good for you. The button stance is too high, and kinda makes it flare.

I've noticed that frown.gif

Most of my jackets tend to do that. I'm a 38" chest and 34" waist. It's tough to find a good fit OTR.
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post


I've noticed that frown.gif

Most of my jackets tend to do that. I'm a 38" chest and 34" waist. It's tough to find a good fit OTR.

Would it not be best to work with a UK40 and have it tailored down to give the impression of a fuller chest?
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Would it not be best to work with a UK40 and have it tailored down to give the impression of a fuller chest?

My shoulder measurement is also akin to a 38. The amount of work which needs to be done on a usual UK40 is quite extensive and it usually ends up looking odd.

Maybe I just need to beef up...
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My shoulder measurement is also akin to a 38. The amount of work which needs to be done on a usual UK40 is quite extensive and it usually ends up looking odd.

Maybe I just need to beef up...

Why not just go bespoke, much easier than either option we've mentioned?
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Why not just go bespoke, much easier than either option we've mentioned?

Looking into it at the mo.

Might just be an unflatering cut on that jacket.

This fit is a 38 with a similar buttoning point so might have to work out what the differences in cut are and take it from there:
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Crusty - You should see what the stripes look like on my monitor - VERTIGO!! biggrin.gif

Very nice, btw...
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I'm in Houston and in the market for bespoke so will look forward to more reports. Which tailor are you using? That looks a bit like Mr Jimmy Ahmed's place on Chimney Rock?[/quote]

It's Nick Lopez Tailors. I won't take my good stuff anywhere else. Also has a huge selection of fabrics for bespoke.
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Summery day!

Before I get any flack on the Thom Browne-esque length of the trousers - they are minimal break, they were simply rolled up two rolls to keep them from getting dirty while I ride my bicycle smile.gif

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Ist - didn't know there was a beach in Russia that wasn't snow-covered...smile.gif Nice outfit, send to me...

Where's Victor these days? I'm missing him..

Spoo - my man, slayer: Love the outfit and I'm glad you're wearing it - wld never look good on me. Besides, I hate pink for me...:
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Originally Posted by Alexander View Post

I love that shirt, details and fabric?

Thanks, Dolce & Gabbana (black label), its a very gauzy cotton.
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Looks like Richard Simmons threw up on you biggrin.gif

Its that soporific?
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