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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

That's what I gathered but just wanted to confirm. I wish it was lighter than this but oh well.

If those are a good fit and you can't find a lighter pair, send them to Luxire to replicate. They have plenty of good light grey fabrics. Either that or you can have order MTM through Kent.
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I'm pretty sure it's about as versatile it gets...it's a worsted twill in a year-round weight fabric. Pretty much quoted from KW CS. Oh, and it's a great shade of mid-gray.

post #23523 of 37417

Sweet. Thanks dudes.

 

@Murlsquirl

Did I get a pair of trousers labeled 48 from you?

I just got 52 (really 50).  

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Sweet. Thanks dudes.

@Murlsquirl

Did I get a pair of trousers labeled 48 from you?
I just got 52 (really 50).  

Yes, 48 that come with the size 46 suit.
post #23525 of 37417
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Yes, 48 that come with the size 46 suit.

Then I am even more surprised that them trousers fit me. I guess then size 50 trousers will fit me better. The ones that come with Suit size 48. 

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Uh, pretty much as versatile as it gets. Do you retain anything you read on here, Noodles?!

You know better than to ask this...
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I hate you RTC

post #23528 of 37417
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Then I am even more surprised that them trousers fit me. I guess then size 50 trousers will fit me better. The ones that come with Suit size 48. 

If they are the leftovers from that suit, they would be from a 50 and tagged 52...same as your other suits. Either way, they will work and you'll be good to go.
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Xoxo
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Uh, pretty much as versatile as it gets. Do you retain anything you read on here, Noodles?!

I think he was joking. I hope he was joking. Noodles is performance art.
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

I think this pic settles everything. 
Now all the pictures will be deleted.


Duuuuuuuuude. Quit trippin'. This looks great, not feminine, not hippy.

Gray K-Dubs are a very versatile shade, more so than lighter or darker. Ideal, almost.
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As part of my occasional, ongoing ego-limiting campaign, I present to you my WIWWFYA:



EDIT: I still own and like the tie. smile.gif
post #23533 of 37417

If you have a grill, burn that tie!

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Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post


I actually really like the second one. I struggle with this too, and I'm honestly not sure what causes it. However, too many of my suits make me look like a fat guy wearing a nice suit, which is strange since I'm 5'8 and a very fit 130lbs.

 

Perhaps you'd like to share a pic? Maybe you could benefit from extended shoulders, but impossible to tell without having seen anything yet.

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Noodle seems to have forgotten why Formosa suits were recommended in the first place
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