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post #61 of 78
Thanks, for the pics, _yoo, and welcome to the forum.

This is more about the styling than the collection itself, but I like this business with the substantial crewneck sweaters under suits and jackets:

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Also, as a guy who never wears a necktie, the lightweight scarf thing speaks to me.
post #62 of 78
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Does Tom Ford suits comes with size 44/34US??
Or do I smell a scam.....
Experts please chip in. Thanks.

I seem to remember the Isetan department store in Shinjuku, Tokyo having smaller sizes of Tom Ford.
post #63 of 78
They're calling forward pleats..reverse pleats? Look how full those legs are! I am so happy all my Flusser and A&S pants I got handed down will still be fashionable.
post #64 of 78
Hmm, I've never seen one that small but it could be mtm
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Does Tom Ford suits comes with size 44/34US??
Or do I smell a scam.....
Experts please chip in. Thanks.
post #65 of 78
How large are the cuffs? Also, it looks like he's trying to bring back the too wide shoulder thing... which I don't like.
post #66 of 78
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Any ideas how much that brown otter fur coat might cost? I want it to the point of feeling really quite sick.



I agree with Loathing.  Gotta have that brown otter coat.  Any idea how much and where to find it?  Thanks for any info.

 

post #67 of 78

Hey everyone!

I wanted to hear opinions on:

1)Look 23 - Grey felted cashmere with shaved beaver lining & leather detail.

 

2)Look 36 - Double cashmere military peacoat.

 

3)Look 33- Grey double breasted overcoat

 

can these items be worn in an office as well as a night on the town?

post #68 of 78
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Hey everyone!

I wanted to hear opinions on.... shaved beaver


Im too lazy to go look them up again, but I always am a supporter of shaved beaver.
post #69 of 78
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Im too lazy to go look them up again, but I always am a supporter of shaved beaver.

eh.gif, whats that? The way its written Im thinking shaved pussy!? Im confused puzzled.gif ... as to context.
post #70 of 78
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Does Tom Ford suits comes with size 44/34US??
Or do I smell a scam.....
Experts please chip in. Thanks.

Never seen that size offered, but bear in mind that like RLBL these do run almost a full size smaller (the jackets anyway, but the pants seem to run fuller despite most OTR appear to be drop 7).

TF definitely has a signature look - don't know of any others that are copying his style with the huge lapels. I agree about the shoulders being a little too broad/strong this season, and also don't care for the trousers with wide legs going all the way down the length of the leg to the ankle, but it definitely is a distinctive look... interesting to note that lots of the first looks have a more traditionally cut pant leg for the odd trousers, but for most of the suits he goes way wide... we got in a bunch of them and at first I was going to keep the navy ps in e48R, but I just couldn't get over the wide legs on me, so since sold...
post #71 of 78
I thought TF pants were a little trimmer cut than this collection?
post #72 of 78
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Never seen that size offered, but bear in mind that like RLBL these do run almost a full size smaller (the jackets anyway, but the pants seem to run fuller despite most OTR appear to be drop 7).
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I don't know about TF itself but it's not unusual for companies to make smaller sizes for some markets. I've seen the odd pair of Zegna size 42 dress pants at the near by outlet. Normally 46 is the smallest common size for dress pants in most Italian shops.

It wouldn't surprise me if they're making 44 suits for some markets. The same way they make bigger sizes for the US market.
post #73 of 78
I think the suits look obnoxious....but if you're 6', 115 lbs and color blind, you might be able to pull it off. :P
post #74 of 78
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I don't know about TF itself but it's not unusual for companies to make smaller sizes for some markets. I've seen the odd pair of Zegna size 42 dress pants at the near by outlet. Normally 46 is the smallest common size for dress pants in most Italian shops.

It wouldn't surprise me if they're making 44 suits for some markets. The same way they make bigger sizes for the US market.

Japan &c. probably. Same as the petite taille of Dior Homme.
post #75 of 78

I'll chime in. From a practical/symmetrical perspective, I like the wide shoulder/wide lapel look b/c I have a broad shoulders and look just silly with most jackets with a medium (3") or thin (< 3") lapel. I think most of this collection looks great and am glad for what most of you are calling a retro look.

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