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@warriortree I like the shoes. I will share this nugget with you. My tailor gets me. The other day she said. "You like sleek, European look, don't you?" "You got slim body, everything must fit perfect, huh"

So regardless of your height, work with your tailor to get your proportions right. Pants look fine but I would taper in the vest a bit to flatten your middle and wear slim shirts.

Forget those who call you Peter Pan; like my relatives, they don't have taste for shit.

P
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Originally Posted by jcmeyer View Post

Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate. The rest of you can fuck right off. cheers.gif
We don't do Thanksgiving over here, so thanks. wink.gif
Nice outfit btw!
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Originally Posted by pravda View Post

@warriortree I like the shoes. I will share this nugget with you. My tailor gets me. The other day she said. "You like sleek, European look, don't you?" "You got slim body, everything must fit perfect, huh"

So regardless of your height, work with your tailor to get your proportions right. Pants look fine but I would taper in the vest a bit to flatten your middle and wear slim shirts.

Forget those who call you Peter Pan; like my relatives, they don't have taste for shit.

P

Thanks!

 

to be honest i don´t understand (maybe is my english) what is the tappering for the vest you advise about

 

about shirts... this is the "slimmest" i have... is the trashness one... i think if i breath heavily ... it can explode!!!

post #19669 of 22440
If your vest is a medium, I think a size smaller would define your waist better. Tapering would pull it in a bit and make you look slimmer IMO
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Originally Posted by pravda View Post

If your vest is a medium, I think a size smaller would define your waist better. Tapering would pull it in a bit and make you look slimmer IMO

Is xsmall hehehe, so if i need a smaller one i have to go to kids section :-)

On the other habd trashness is the brand of the shirt
post #19671 of 22440
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Originally Posted by dragos25 View Post

@jcmeyer
great fit! IMO you can do the shirt tails out thing in a casual fit, regardless of age
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We don't do Thanksgiving over here, so thanks. wink.gif
Nice outfit btw!

Thanks to you both!

And Elio, I don't know what kind of heathens don't celebrate a violent American history by gorging themselves on heavy foods, but if that's wrong I don't want to be right. wink.gif
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Thanks to you both!

And Elio, I don't know what kind of heathens don't celebrate a violent American history by gorging themselves on heavy foods, but if that's wrong I don't want to be right. wink.gif
As with many things American, your festival is just a badly done copy of a Dutch original. wink.gif
post #19673 of 22440

What I wore to travel out of town for the Holidays...It was decently cold where I was headed...

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Sunday.  New navy cords.  Cashmere socks

 

 

 

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post #19675 of 22440

@chocsosa , cool look, but jacket sleeves need to be longer.

post #19676 of 22440
Que?
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@chocsosa , cool look, but jacket sleeves need to be longer.

 

No, they do not...I wear my Top Coats and jackets the same.. long enough to cover the Jacket underneath but short enough to show some shirt cuff...
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Originally Posted by chocsosa View Post
 

What I wore to travel out of town for the Holidays...It was decently cold where I was headed...

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This is such a great look. If I were to nitpick, it would be to have wider lapels on the overcoat, but honestly it doesn't matter. You could wear some variation of that all winter and be set.

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No, they do not...I wear my Top Coats and jackets the same.. long enough to cover the Jacket underneath but short enough to show some shirt cuff...

Which means they're too short, as RTC said. An overcoat is a functional item, it should keep your wrists warm as well.
Though where you live that's probably never a real problem. wink.gif
post #19680 of 22440
If your overcoat sleeves don't reach your glove cuffs, you've got problems... at least in real winter weather.
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