Originally Posted by usctrojans31
The shoulders are too wide, as others said, but it is passable, unlike your other, which was as everyone noted, an abomination and a complete do-over.
I believe it to be that the shoulders are too structured for your frame--my guess is that you have a sloping shoulder. When you are in a position to purchase your new suit, make sure to look at ones with natural shoulders, as overly structured ones are a big no-no for your cut. I have the exact opposite problem that you do, which is a small frame for my size and very tiny shoulders, thus I need something structured with roping, or I look like a twat.
- The sleeves on your shirt are far too loose
- The jacket draping is off on your back, but this is likely due to posture. Do you have on a proper shoe in the pictures? That should correct a lot of your posture issues instantly and align your back.
- The button is simultaneously pulling at your chest as well as being too baggy at the torso.
It is good that you're taking everyone's criticism constructively. Far too often to members, especially newer ones, freak out over the response given. That you even posted fit pictures shows balls and I must commend you for that.
yes, my shoulders do slope, I was unaware of my options in suit's until this site. The advice at department stores on suit shop's seems terrible after what I've learned on this forum.
As for your questions and comments:
1)Yeah, the shirt does fit loose, I just got it in the mail today. It's a Charles Tyrwhitt slim fit shirt, but it's like huge! I really like the design, thinking If I should get it tailored fabric and build seem really nice.
2)No, I wasn't wearing any shoes, after my last post with shoes (bad pointy ones) all the focus went to my shoes..lol
3) Interesting. I'll discuss this with my tailor.
Thanks! It's something I learned as a graphic designer, take constructive criticism. Learning by exploring why something is correct vs not"”practice until it becomes natural. Of course there will be people with ill will"” that's life, you just have to shrug it off. In design I can experiment for free; fashion I have to pay for my mistakes. I'm trying to save the cash spent on mistakes and educate myself about my old mishaps.