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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Tailor made used to be better made than regular JS (full canvas, nice fabrics) but still very minimal (the suit I own doesn't have keyhole on the lapels, a top pocket or sleeve buttons and is made of a slick navy wool). Dunno about recent offerings as I liked JS JS not Raf JS (I know she's back).

I checked and this does have the "tailor made" label .Here's a photo and upon posting I think it looks decent. The pants need hemmed and everything needs pressed but overall I think just skipping a tie as Fuuma suggested makes it look right.

post #152 of 832

 

Was actually wearing one of the pocket squares from the new collection (which will be available online next week)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #153 of 832

Interested in the Our Legacy technical blazer..but don't really want to drop that much yet. Any of the Uniqlo jackets similar?

post #154 of 832
http://www.luisaviaroma.com/index.aspx?#getData.aspx|CallType=Product&prodId=4P34&des=4P3&cat=&gender=men&group=&vendorColor=Nw==&season=sale&seasProdID=56I

Would kop this Boglioli if I didn't have my heart set on something (or if people would buy my shit faster).
post #155 of 832

^So nice.

post #156 of 832
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post




Was actually wearing one of the pocket squares from the new collection (which will be available online next week)















That is an excellent fit! I have that exact same suit and am going to try to wear it casually.

Did you have it tailored quiet a bit? I think I may need to get the jacket taken in a bit.
post #157 of 832
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Originally Posted by lineate View Post


That is an excellent fit! I have that exact same suit and am going to try to wear it casually.

Did you have it tailored quiet a bit? I think I may need to get the jacket taken in a bit.


no I just had the sleeves lengthned since I have monkey arms.. I also tapered the pants.

post #158 of 832
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Originally Posted by aperson View Post

For a primer in how to wear a suit in a streetwear style, see Tom Waits.

 

I never wear a suit unless I'm going to a wedding or something, but I usually wear a sportcoat every day. I try to stick with unstructured stuff that you find from italian labels, since it's easy to wear them without feeling out of place in a casual work environment.


I'm looking for an "everyday sportcoat" - any recommendations on where to get "unstructured stuff that you find from italian labels" i.e. could you specify for us noobs here? thanks

post #159 of 832

Admittedly I have limited exposure, but from what I've tried I strongly prefer very structured jackets (a la margiela) to unstructured ones.  Am I missing something huge here? I generally go very casual.

post #160 of 832

The structured shoulders usually make me feel really self conscious when trying to go for a casual look, but that's just me

post #161 of 832
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I think it's pretty cool. I like the seam that divides the skirt from the rest of the jacket. Nice detail. and it's not too far away from a recognizable blazer design that it starts looking like a workwear jacket as some of the "artisanal" (is there another word for this genre?) stuff sometimes does.

I like this suit by LUC. I tried to link to it earlier, but here's the photo. Fabric looks nice and chunky-textured.



this guy is the flyest dude in atelier type shit and it helps that he works at A

just saw this thread, subbed
post #162 of 832
just realized i can pretty much recreate that look with KKA F13 stuff. pre-ordered a blazer but think i need to get matching pants now
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all from styleinsp.tumblr.com



This one is quite brilliant, IMO. It looks like a MC suit at first glance, and then you look down and see that stacking. I wonder if he got a tailor to make it like that for him or whether it's a designer suit.
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and those pants are amazing
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