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post #151 of 195
You leaning right? Some are gonna hate on the shoulders, but I think they're fine.
post #152 of 195
Nah. Crappy phone pic. End of a 16 hour day. The shoulders are fine in the front, but around back they just don't conform with the shape of my shoulder. They also feel constricting... they just seem off to me.
post #153 of 195
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post
Nah. Crappy phone pic. End of a 16 hour day.

The shoulders are fine in the front, but around back they just don't conform with the shape of my shoulder. They also feel constricting... they just seem off to me.

The baseboard in the bathroom is more or less level. Either you had a foot significantly in front of the other, or there's something very lopsided going on in that jacket (or you).
post #154 of 195
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Originally Posted by pvrhye View Post
The baseboard in the bathroom is more or less level. Either you had a foot significantly in front of the other, or there's something very lopsided going on in that jacket (or you).

*shrug* There's a definite angle to the bathroom. The other thing you're probably seeing though is that my right shoulder is low. The lapel weirdness also accentuates the whole thing.
post #155 of 195
Thanks guys, I think I'll keep it.

It is about 1" shorter than anything else I have so looks a bit strange and different to me, which is why I was looking for a second opinion.

I can still return it, but it has been a bit difficult finding a navy summer coat.

Plus it's got a cool pink half lining.
post #156 of 195
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Originally Posted by pvrhye View Post
I think it's purely a chest issue. Notice how all the wrinkles radiate from one point on either side. That's where the tension is.

Thanks!
post #157 of 195
I'm back, and I've hopefully fixed my shirt and tie. I at least did what was requested, spread collar (smaller size) and FIH pulled tight. Does this help that area at least?



The pants, unfortunately, are still a mess in the back.
post #158 of 195
Looks like your shirt sleeves may be a tad long. Jacket fit looks good to me, but I don't have much experience in critiquing jacket fit.
post #159 of 195
@Heur Are your pants pulled all the way up?
post #160 of 195
Admittedly I was wearing no belt, so probably not, no. They are baggy around the legs even pulled up.
post #161 of 195
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Originally Posted by Heuristic View Post
Admittedly I was wearing no belt, so probably not, no. They are baggy around the legs even pulled up.

It's just that the distance between your crotch and knee compared to the length of your trunk indicates to me that you may have high rise pants that you're wearing way down around where you wear your bluejeans.
post #162 of 195
Could pick this polo university club jacket from GW. Is the fit worth it for a Fashion noob such as myself? Sorry for phone pick but I was on lunch and moving fast.
LL
post #163 of 195
^ impossible to tell from this angle.... can't see length, shape, etc.
post #164 of 195
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
^ impossible to tell from this angle.... can't see length, shape, etc.
Thanks for letting me know. I will try again if I can get out tomorrow and it's still there.
post #165 of 195
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Originally Posted by SartorialConductor View Post
Could pick this polo university club jacket from GW. Is the fit worth it for a Fashion noob such as myself?

Sorry for phone pick but I was on lunch and moving fast.

It looks OK, considering the pic/angle.
I believe the university club line is the bottom of the barrel of RL, so unless you really like it and it's $4 or $5 , might be better to hold off until you find better quality.
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