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post #11506 of 16604
I'm not sure menswear dog uses the word 'dandy' the way I would.
IMO a dandy is well dressed and the pitti-esque menswear 'clowns' you see in blogosphere aren't dandies.
post #11507 of 16604
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Sig worthy. Though I'm not sure many on SF have ever known this feeling...
biggrin.gif specially these days, where members are spending much time looking for Vox and learning the Foo PS fold
post #11508 of 16604
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biggrin.gif specially these days, where members are spending much time looking for Vox and learning the Foo PS fold

Hhahahahhaa sig worthy
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I'm really digging those pants and those shoes, Josh. Who makes the pants?


Edited by TheSizzle - 2/8/13 at 9:16pm
post #11511 of 16604
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Originally Posted by TheSizzle View Post

I'm really those pants and those shoes, Josh. Who makes the pants?


Thanks. Trousers are from Howard Yount, Tropical in light grey.

post #11512 of 16604
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I like your combinations but it always looks like you are squeezed in to them.

post #11513 of 16604
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I like your combinations but it always looks like you are squeezed in to them.


Thanks. I will probably say this as I am getting it quite a lot. I do bodybuilding training. My weight can fluctuate depending on what time of the year it is. I can have a 34 - 36 waist and my thighs remain at 28". Perfect fitting pants are hard to come by, but I make do with what I have. Yeah they can look a little snug on the thighs and shoulders sometimes, but it is not like I am purposely wearing skinny/slim clothing trying to make it fit me. I have a hard figure to cater for and I am not really in the financial situation to be getting everything MTM or Bespoke.

post #11514 of 16604
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Thanks. I will probably say this as I am getting it quite a lot. I do bodybuilding training. My weight can fluctuate depending on what time of the year it is. I can have a 34 - 36 waist and my thighs remain at 28". Perfect fitting pants are hard to come by, but I make do with what I have. Yeah they can look a little snug on the thighs and shoulders sometimes, but it is not like I am purposely wearing skinny/slim clothing trying to make it fit me. I have a hard figure to cater for and I am not really in the financial situation to be getting everything MTM or Bespoke.

Just be glad you don't have a big ass to go with it. You gotta size up 1 and have the waist taken in. Every pant you've posted in the past 10 fits have all been snug in the thighs and crotch. At least, they REALLY look that way.
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Thanks. I will probably say this as I am getting it quite a lot. I do bodybuilding training. My weight can fluctuate depending on what time of the year it is.
You look more like a powerlifter than a bodybuilder. Why not do slow bulks and cuts? You'll have much less 'fit' problems.

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Every pant you've posted in the past 10 fits have all been snug in the thighs and crotch. At least, they REALLY look that way.
Too snug tbh.
post #11516 of 16604

joshua you should look into pents with side adjusters. what you posted is great colour and texture wise, though.

 

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post #11517 of 16604
Very zuverlässig be it a little boring.
No belt?
Fit seems nice.
I dislike breast pockets on dress shirts.
Food looks lovely but you should get a decent coffee machine wink.gif
post #11518 of 16604
Zuverlässig?
Do you mean "solid"?
In that case I'd translate it to anständig rather than zuverlässig.

To me the jacket looks a bit off.
It looks very long, especially given clapey is already a tall guy.
Also didn't Foo recently teach us that patch pockets should sit very close to the jacket's bottom edge?
On the other hand the trousers look very nice to me, excellent fit.
post #11519 of 16604
'Gediegen' might have been better.
I meant to say thay it looks decent but might benefit from a little more flair.

Jacket length seems fine to me tbh.
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Today. DB, knit, jeans, jeans, saddles.

 

http://the-bigwig.blogspot.com/2013/02/dwurzedowo-i-jeansowo.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

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