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post #9076 of 16074
er, by pleats i meant to type 'creased'. whoops. the reason i think you'd look better with creased pants is it prevents the pants from bunching up at the ankle, and will make your legs look wider at the ankle, which is good with those elongated last loafers.
post #9077 of 16074
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er, by pleats i meant to type 'creased'. whoops. the reason i think you'd look better with creased pants is it prevents the pants from bunching up at the ankle, and will make your legs look wider at the ankle, which is good with those elongated last loafers.

to this, i agree whole heartedly. while the pants i was wearing, were creased, they were in dire need of a professionals pressing, to make the crease more pronounced.
post #9078 of 16074
Vintage SC from thrift store.


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post #9079 of 16074
Kriebelen ze niet onder je oksels?
post #9080 of 16074
love those massive lapels.
post #9081 of 16074
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Kriebelen ze niet onder je oksels?
Goed hoog opgesneden inderdaad, maar niet oncomfortabel : )
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post #9082 of 16074
Very bright red today

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post #9083 of 16074
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fistbump.gif thanks!
interesting. but tbh, i dont really get that specific when i buy things, as to purchase pants based on weather or not the opening is 7.5 or 8.5 inches. if i were a bespoke customer, probably, but right now, i think i am making plenty of improvement, things that are that nit-picky can wait. for now i focus more on making sure that items i buy are useful, and with a purpose of achieving a specific aesthetic.

 

Fit is surely a or the main part of any aesthetic, though isn't it? That's probably the first lesson you learn in SF.

post #9084 of 16074
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

Kriebelen ze niet onder je oksels?
Goed hoog opgesneden inderdaad, maar niet oncomfortabel : )
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When I pronounce these words as if they were in German I can perfectly understand what you are saying

 

Kribbelts dich nicht unter deinen Achseln?

 

[Ist] In der Tat, gut hoch geschnitten, aber nicht unkomfortabel!   F:-=(

 

I'm now going to put "fluent in dutch" on my résumée...teacha.gif

post #9085 of 16074
Crat are your shirts MTM/bespoke?
What kind of collar do you get so the wings stay nicely underneath the SC?

clapey, I read "Gut hoch ausgeschnitten in der Tat, aber nicht unkomfortabel".
Edited by Louis XIV - 9/25/12 at 5:38am
post #9086 of 16074
Sehr gut meine Herren, ich probiere es mahl auf Deutsch : )
Meine Hemden sind 'leider' alle RTW da ich ein Schnitt gefunden habe der mir recht gut passt.
Al meine Hemden kommen von Truzzi oder Mastai Ferretti. Beide gebrauchen dem selben Schnitt, glaube ich.
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My shirts are all RTWs by either Truzzi or Mastai Ferretti. Both makers use the same pattern, i believe, which fits me quite well.

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wow, the message is quite a bit shorter in English : )
post #9087 of 16074
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Kriebelen ze niet onder je oksels?

het jeukt niet de mijne
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Fit is surely a or the main part of any aesthetic, though isn't it? That's probably the first lesson you learn in SF.

yes, fit is of highest priority. but as i said, if the only issue with a fit is the size of the leg hem opening, within an inch or less, i think the fit is doing quite well. when most people say fit i think they refer more to shoulders, chest, waist, and for pants, mostly the top half that it not be saggy, or too low a rise or too tight.
post #9088 of 16074
crat - i like. jacket looks awesome and perfect for fall.
post #9089 of 16074
Crat, your German is very solid!
The only major mistake being "Mahl" = "feast", what you were looking for was "mal".
Everybody would have understood you perfectly and while I am able to dechipre some of your mother tongue when written down, I can't speak a single word.
So, hats off to you!

Also, your shirts look lovely and fit you very well. Would you mind taking a picture of one of the collars?
Edited by Louis XIV - 9/25/12 at 7:48am
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Vintage SC from thrift store.
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Rocking vintage lapels. Are those Onitsuga's? 

 

(maar waarom niet een WDDHV'tje?)

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