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King of the Roped Shoulder

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Thread Starter 
Who's king of the roped shoulder? King of Roped, Pagoda shoulder?

My Picks:

Ralph Lauren Purple Label
Tom Ford
Brioni (maybe)


RLPL: This one is actually me; I couldn't find a better RLPL shoulder picture. Funny enough, this shoulder structure is closer to most black label than purple label even though it's purple label.)
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Tom Ford:
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Brioni:

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post #2 of 57
Sciamat.
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or Pierre Cardin.

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post #3 of 57
Thread Starter 
Haha, definitely king of the pagodas.
post #4 of 57
Me likey a little ropey in the shoulders.

Make suit look snazzy.

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Im telling you in two years time the bankers will be asking "do you make those suits with pointy shoulders?" instead of the usual "do you make slim suits, erm but not too slim".
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Edited by David Reeves - 11/27/11 at 6:55am
post #7 of 57
Thread Starter 
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The difference here though is that it looks like a heavily padded shoulder. The ones in the original post are structured on the ends, but for the most part, lightly padded.
post #8 of 57
I don't doubt it. If done right they have a great way of making a shoulder look manly and strong.
post #9 of 57
Tom Ford:
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Tom Ford + Zegna Couture = Absolute Perfection
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Antichi Telai
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MBT
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Ahh, gotta love sciamat. The funniest house style ever.

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post #13 of 57
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The difference here though is that it looks like a heavily padded shoulder. The ones in the original post are structured on the ends, but for the most part, lightly padded.

I didn't know that was a stipulation.
post #14 of 57
Am I the only one who doesn't see any roping in the Brioni ad?
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Am I the only one who doesn't see any roping in the Brioni ad?

There isn't any just a lot of photoshop to sharpen everything up.
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