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What kind of style is this suit?

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
What kind of style is the suit Shia is wearing? I have incredibly limited ability to determine if this is Italian (Roma / Napoli) or English (SR) style? What do you think?





post #2 of 14
I'd go with british over italian.

the cuff on the pants looks stupid, especially with the loafers.
post #3 of 14
Honestly, I've got no clue, but I sure hope that "Shia" is the younger guy because the older guy is dressed like crap.
post #4 of 14
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Originally Posted by Quadcammer View Post

I'd go with british over italian.
the cuff on the pants looks stupid, especially with the loafers.

+100000

Looks really bad
post #5 of 14
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Isn't the older guy Michael Douglas?

post #6 of 14
Looks like the suiting is some shiny mohair or sharkskin affair. I hate shiny suits, so a big thumb down from me.
post #7 of 14
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Originally Posted by VinnyMac View Post

Honestly, I've got no clue, but I sure hope that "Shia" is the younger guy because the older guy is dressed like crap.

They did that on purpose to create an image of a fallen tycoon, later on in the movie he gets better clothes. And for the OP if I'm not mistaken the tailor who did Shia's suit was Len Logsdail who is a saville row trained tailor based in NYC.
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Originally Posted by jeff13007 View Post


They did that on purpose to create an image of a fallen tycoon, later on in the movie he gets better clothes. And for the OP if I'm not mistaken the tailor who did Shia's suit was Len Logsdail who is a saville row trained tailor based in NYC.

What's the movie called?

post #9 of 14

Wall street: Money never sleeps

post #10 of 14
wall street 2
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Wall street: Money never sleeps

what he said
post #12 of 14

This is a good article on an interview with the movie's costume designer http://clothesonfilm.com/wall-street-money-never-sleeps-ellen-mirojnick-costume-qa/15225/

post #13 of 14
Thread Starter 
If we focus on the shoulders of the suit. What style is this and what is it called? One can clearly see that it is not straight shoulders that I know many tailors on SR does. Is it Ellen Mirojnick or Leonard Logsdail that have made the suits?

Here you can see the same shoulder style


Edited by Jim Profit - 10/15/12 at 5:51am
post #14 of 14
Its British. Roped shoulder
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