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post #9436 of 13589
Stitchy, that is strong. Well done.
post #9437 of 13589
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Good stuff, Steeches.
A linen PS would make the look.

i have to say, when i saw you were quoting my fit, i got an instant knot in my stomach. very glad you liked it. very glad indeed.
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Stitchy, that is strong. Well done.

thanks, my dude! i think it may be one of my best fits to date.
post #9438 of 13589
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

thanks man!

lol, beard matching is next level ish, didnt ya know?

I'm such a small timer that I had no idea! But thanks. Now I really have a goal to aspire to. wink.gif
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No problem, IS. I know I've learned a lot from your posts. The Tiberias suit looks great, too. I would never have guessed it was online MTM, and that's a very good thing.

 

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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post

 

Thanks, the tie is actually a BB makers silk. Just their basic style which I prefer the width on.

 

Thanks for the critique on the shirt. I need to up my shirt options significantly for sure. Would a solid blue have been better in this case?


Absolutely. A nice light blue would be good. I think the right stripe might be a little better than a solid, but finding the right solid for the rest of that rig would be a lot easier than finding the right stripe. Still, I think having a little bit of white in there is good. With a blue solid shirt, I might feel like you only had blues and the leafy colors of the square and tie. With a stripe, the tie and square's boldness is tamed a little bit -- the shirt and suit are less of a "backdrop" this way.

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5emu2usy.jpg
Another four-pattern Friday.
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Originally Posted by YRR92 View Post

No problem, IS. I know I've learned a lot from your posts. The Tiberias suit looks great, too. I would never have guessed it was online MTM, and that's a very good thing.

awe shucks, thanks, man. shog[1].gif

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UC - another winner in my book. dont love the PS tho. but then again, i dont love many PSs lol.
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Navy Grenadine Tie, White/Navy Linen Square.

I'll go out on a limb and say this even fits the original intent of the thread.
post #9443 of 13589
Certainly looks tasty to me.
post #9444 of 13589
Could really use a much taller shirt collar.

And that color combination washed out the facial features.
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

5emu2usy.jpg
Another four-pattern Friday.

Really like the cut of the jacket.

Don't think the pattern goes with the small stripes or summery square but the shoulder linea d drape in the chest are fing02[1].gif
post #9446 of 13589
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Could really use a much taller shirt collar.

And that color combination washed out the facial features.

 

What color combo wouldn't, then? Grey suit, light blue shirt is as "usual" as it gets.
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Really like the cut of the jacket.

Don't think the pattern goes with the small stripes or summery square but the shoulder linea d drape in the chest are fing02[1].gif

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

UC - another winner in my book. dont love the PS tho. but then again, i dont love many PSs lol.

I agree; a more muted square would have probably worked better. Thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Could really use a much taller shirt collar.

And that color combination washed out the facial features.

This already is a high collar, I'm cursed with swan-neck syndrome. Maybe my next shirts will be different.
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Originally Posted by Stugotes View Post

What color combo wouldn't, then? Grey suit, light blue shirt is as "usual" as it gets.

One could always go with different shades. Sometimes they make all the difference.
post #9449 of 13589
Sander IMO looks fantastic as is. I feel the same way about UC's post, awesomeness and the combination works.
post #9450 of 13589
Sander, UC, Stitchy all good.
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