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Yeah, except his was a regular 2 button suit. The buttoning point was where the third button from a 3 button coat normally closes.
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I figured. Just having some fun with it.

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post
 

I am getting tired of seeing exposed ass.

This is a problem?

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

I got blood on my suit. How do I get it off?!

I have been doing some exercises to improve the fit of my trousers. Please feel free to drop any feedback. Appreciate it.

 

 
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Wonderful, Noodles. Take care of your damn shoes! That's my only feedback...nice flap tuck spreez.

EDIT: looks like your shirt sleeves are a little short or bunched in the sleeve.
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Thread Starter 

Death to flaps.

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Wonderful, Noodles. Take care of your damn shoes! That's my only feedback...nice flap tuck spreez.

EDIT: looks like your shirt sleeves are a little short or bunched in the sleeve.

LOL! I don't know how they came to be in such a horrible condition. You got good eyes. The sleeves are bunched up in there. It's hard to ask my wife to take a photo of me when she disapproves of my active status on SF. 

 

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

Death to flaps.

You know what...the jacket may look cleaner with the flap tucked in. LOL

post #26093 of 37396
What kind of suit Noods? Looking good.
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Shoes are the first thing I look at. You can get away with not taking care of them with some looks, but CBD isn't one of them.
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I meant to post this in this thread:

That cut is so flattering on you, I think you should just MTO a bunch of different fabrics and be done with thinking about suits.
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So here's a quick pic of the blazer of my suitsupply blazer suit. The pants are being hemmed at the moment, and will be delivered tomorrow. I was wearing a seersucker shirt and trousers, which wasn't really suitable for a tie, but I put one on for the pic anyways, just for you guys.

The fabric is an Ariston open weave wool, very similar to Minnis Fresco, except it doesn't feel as scratchy as Minnis. The coat has unpadded shoulders, is butterfly lined, and made using their lightweight canvas, which makes for a very comfortable jacket. I might have them slim the sleeves a little bit, but I don't want to give up on comfort and manoeuvrability. I'll have to think about that one. Otherwise I'm happy with the fit.

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Improved fit in the seat. Have you been squatting?
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

Improved fit in the seat. Have you been squatting?

Thx. Mainly 2 exercises. 

1. Squatting with 40 lbs dumbbells. 

2. This. https://youtu.be/DkNoSvwL_so

 

And carrying my wife on my back from the basement to the 3rd floor. 

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That is a pleasantly well-rounded suit that is not egregiously slim in any places. I like the closure of the skirt.

Also, death to flaps.

Wish Fermo Fossatti or whoever it is would develop a slightly darker shade of green grenadine. It looks right up my alley in the close up picture, but I just don't like the super saturation in full light. Longing for a green grenadine with a black cast to it.

Also, this is a personal hangup, but I feel that graph check shirts like this are a deviation from CBD. I find them a little casual.

 

I am confused about how exercising improves the fit of pants. Can someone elucidate? Is this related in some way to the ass exposure issue? Would enjoy pics that involve the intersection of exercise and ass exposure.

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

Would enjoy pics that involve the intersection of exercise and ass exposure.

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The idea is that a bigger butt will make his pants fit better.
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