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post #46 of 71
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Originally Posted by rahul View Post

I do take care of myself. That is not synonymous with "slim," yet i see how the confusion can arise. In fact, many equate "slim" with not taking care of yourself but be that as it may, height is definitely not on my side. I had commented to a friend that the suit made me feel like Napoleon! biggrin.gif
Do y'all prefer this Canali fit on me:
Mind you this is a regular. I of course, would be a short.

Is that purple? And what watch are you wearing?
post #47 of 71

I like the Isaia on you the best though the jacket might be a bit short. Maybe not.

With your shoulders being wide, the big peak lapels on the TF are not working for you nevermind anything else.

post #48 of 71
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Is that purple? And what watch are you wearing?

No it's brown and red with some black. Quite pretty actually. The watch is an AP RBII in rose gold.

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Originally Posted by gambit50 View Post

I like the Isaia on you the best though the jacket might be a bit short. Maybe not.
With your shoulders being wide, the big peak lapels on the TF are not working for you nevermind anything else.
After some soul searching, i came to the same conclusion regarding the peak lapels. Thanks.
post #49 of 71
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any love for the shoes?
post #50 of 71
No, not from me.
post #51 of 71
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Originally Posted by rahul View Post

any love for the shoes?

yikes

post #52 of 71
not bad but you can do better paying retail
post #53 of 71
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Originally Posted by rahul View Post

any love for the shoes?

Nope.
post #54 of 71
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Originally Posted by eddievddr10 View Post

not bad but you can do better paying retail

Would love some suggestions. Thanks.
post #55 of 71
Sounds like money is certainly no object for you, I'd look into some John Lobbs if I were you.
post #56 of 71
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Originally Posted by plei89 View Post

Sounds like money is certainly no object for you, I'd look into some John Lobbs if I were you.
defintely lobbs or berluti or corthay for flashier looks, i actually think you would love the corthay arca if you liked those tf shoes
post #57 of 71
I recommend John Lobb. I'm a huge fan of them.
post #58 of 71
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

I recommend John Lobb. I'm a huge fan of them.

The thing is if he likes TF styling John Lobb isn't really an alternative. I use both brands and to be honest i prefer TF to JL but the thing is TF takes a while to break in and the leather is a lot stiffer in general (suede shoes excluded because those are very comfortable) while JL is comfortable right from the get go. Basically what I'm saying is that if i could only own one brand of shoe i would pick JL
post #59 of 71
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The thing is if he likes TF styling John Lobb isn't really an alternative. I use both brands and to be honest i prefer TF to JL but the thing is TF takes a while to break in and the leather is a lot stiffer in general (suede shoes excluded because those are very comfortable) while JL is comfortable right from the get go. Basically what I'm saying is that if i could only own one brand of shoe i would pick JL
Thanks. Like most here, I have more shoes than one needs. The black monk is to be worn primarily in a casual way. I have plenty of "boring" work shoes. As such, while obviously looking for quality and "value," aesthetics are equally important.
post #60 of 71
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One of the boring ones smile.gif
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