Hopefully these two see the @ and don't mind. I know both are in Florida and have good taste.
What?!?!? I'm the obsessed one? In this thread????
I mean, I own less than 40 ties (but each one is perfect, really perfect, I mean perfect....)
Now based on what I can remember from your WAYWRN pictures + descriptions, your suit jackets do not have much padding in the shoulders. I find this a bit puzzling. Don't people like you and I need a bit of a padding on the shoulders? Also, you're in the UK and you're not going with the structured shoulders? Why? I am really curious.
I think he is saying because normall it is advised that small/less muscular guys get mor structured sholders, and more v shaped guys get softer shoulders
You cannot ever understand what it is like to live your entire life with narrow shoulders! You cannot possible even imagine how painful it is.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Anyways what I was trying to say is, an Italian suit is normally best for someone who has a solid muscular shoulder sense the shoulder construction emphasizes natural silhouette and if you have narrow and not much muscle in the shoulder area, you end up looking like...me.
Per NMWA site, spalla cadente morbida or Natural Shoulders.
That's what I am referring to when I say an "Italian" style suit or Neapolitan suit.
Here is Murl in what appears to be in such a suit.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
This looks great on him since he got broad shoulders and some muscle in them shoulders.
However, it does not look so flattering on this person below.
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So a person like this should wear a suit with structured shoulders.
So to go back to my original question to @Kent Wang, since we don't have shoulders like Murl why don't you make some jackets with pads.