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post #106 of 195
Are those wrinkles a problem with your suit, or does it just need a pressing?
post #107 of 195
When did this thread stop being about me?
post #108 of 195
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post #109 of 195
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Woah woah woah.. When did it stop being about me?

It's inevitable boys. The thread's gotta grow. This is bigger than any one of us.
post #110 of 195
He needs a cuff, but he needs the tailor to do it.

He also needs a better. more natural pose.

Some close-ups would be nice too, and the back.
post #111 of 195
i recently bought this isaia suit on the forum, it's enrico model and color and fabric is great. i would like to have your view about the fit.. (sleeves are going to be shortened)

-- It's a regular suit, do you think that i should go for a short ?
-- It has almost 42" chest and i have a 38.3" chest, do you think that chest is too large ? should i bring it to tailor to take off 1" (0.5 on both sides) ? I really am reluctant because in Switzerland it is impossible to find a tailor who makes suits and other alteration tailors may destroy the jacket.
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post #112 of 195
It looks good, do something about that shirt and tie though.
post #113 of 195
I do like how the suits fit on you too!

Even though I'm more into slim fit, I think the suits fit you well.
post #114 of 195
you are right about shirt and tie forex but i put it just for shots, shirt is a sport shirt not a dress shirt.
post #115 of 195
Not bad. Personal preference but I too would prefer a slimmer fit. It's a bit hard to judge the length without a full body shot.
post #116 of 195
i had a prl sport coat and chest is 40" but i am not comfortable in it, it is tight at the torso. , i read on the forum that some member who has 40" chest wears suit jacket who has also 40" chest...i don't understand how they are comfortable in it..
post #117 of 195
I can't put my finger on it but it looks like the jacket is too big on you from the front - there's a little too much space in the chest and it looks like it is consuming you. From the back it doesn't look too bad. just an fyi - whenever you buy a jacket that is size 40" it will measure out to be about a 41"-42" (for 95% of designers).
post #118 of 195
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i had a prl sport coat and chest is 40" but i am not comfortable in it, it is tight at the torso. , i read on the forum that some member who has 40" chest wears suit jacket who has also 40" chest...i don't understand how they are comfortable in it..

Don't worry about chest measurements,the suit fits you fine in the chest, the only issue is the wrinkles in the sleeves in the back but that is to be expected with RTW stuff, overall, it is very good, I wouldn't touch a thing except maybe take the sleeves in just a little bit.
post #119 of 195
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It has almost 42" chest and i have a 38.3" chest, do you think that chest is too large ?

4" of ease is perfectly normal so I do not expect you should need to have the chest taken in, though it depends how close you want it to fit. Even for a very 'slim-fit' look you would rarely want to go below 2" of ease.
post #120 of 195
more comments are welcome !
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