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post #1996 of 2264
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Originally Posted by ojaw View Post
 

The slope on the shoulders seems especially nicely done.

It also looks at this photo and to understand the perfection of the shoulder. Do you think that in this photo I'm holding the jacket with only two fingers. Also because I'm doing with the other hand the picture. It looks like it is the jacket.

 

post #1997 of 2264

That's some serious architecture there, lovely.

post #1998 of 2264
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Originally Posted by ojaw View Post
 

That's some serious architecture there, lovely.

Thank you very much for your kind words, really.

post #1999 of 2264
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post #2000 of 2264

I thrifted one a bit like that a year or so ago.  Mine lacks the shoulder patch but for $40 who was going to sqawk?

post #2001 of 2264
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Originally Posted by OlSarge View Post

I thrifted one a bit like that a year or so ago.  Mine lacks the shoulder patch but for $40 who was going to sqawk?


For some reason I actually like yours better. I think I could wear yours more on an everyday basis OR it could just be that Lapel Feather biggrin.gif
post #2002 of 2264

Isn't that fun?  It's a German Tyrolean hat decoration.  I think it makes a rocking boutonniere on a shooting coat for autumn.

post #2003 of 2264
Both of those are very impressive.
post #2004 of 2264

And here's a wonderful new tweed hacking jacket.  Very subtle.

post #2005 of 2264
Thrifted this old brooksgate jacket. Thoughts?
post #2006 of 2264

I do love a nice herringbone!

post #2007 of 2264
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Originally Posted by Gianni Cerutti View Post
 

 

Bespoke tweed jacket by Mimmo Pirozzi. Golf cashmere bespoke and bespoke vintage ties Passaggio Cravatte.

:inlove:

 

I think this is the first time I have seen you without peak lapels. Is there a reason for that? do peaks and tweed not go together? 

Sorry legitimate question as I am still learning.

post #2008 of 2264

Peak lapels and tweed definitely do not go together.  Tweed is casual, country wear (even when running around the city) and peak lapels are formal--at least more formal than notched lapels.  This is why you find them on double breasted coats (which are more formal than single breasted) and on evening wear.  Tuxedos should be either shawl or peaked lapels, cheap rentals and Hollywood ignoranti notwithstanding..

post #2009 of 2264
DB is less formal than SB in dinner jackets.
post #2010 of 2264
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Originally Posted by OlSarge View Post

 .....Tuxedos should be either shawl or peaked lapels, cheap rentals and Hollywood ignoranti notwithstanding..

WORD. Excellent expression of one of my most heart felt beliefs. 

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