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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

@lordsuperb - I believe this is from Bower Roebuck.


Ah, I see what you mean. I believe this would've worked with a larger pattern and for the button holes to be gray.


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You guys are making me want to go order some stuff. I have commissions waiting to be picked up but I can't get off my ass...

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@lordsuperb - Yeah, I can see that. I think a suit benefits from a smaller scale houndstooth while a sport coat probably benefits from a larger scale. I thought mine was bold at the time but it's sort of in no-man's land.
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Sorry guys for all the headache and the nonstop whining. I'll put an end to publicly speaking about this. I will try to settle this in private.

 

So where should I get my next suit???

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Sorry guys for all the headache and the nonstop whining. I'll put an end to publicly speaking about this. I will try to settle this in private.

So where should I get my next suit???

Samuelson, Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole, Belvest, Suitsupply, local tailor
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post


Samuelson, Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole, Belvest, Suitsupply, local tailor

Suit Supply it is.

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Try the Lazio too. It's cheaper.
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Sorry guys for all the headache and the nonstop whining. I'll put an end to publicly speaking about this. I will try to settle this in private.

So where should I get my next suit???

What style would you like?
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

Try the Lazio too. It's cheaper.

That is the Lazio! :fonz: 

 

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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post


What style would you like?
 

A lot pointed out that my shoulders look nimble in my current suits. So something that has a bit of padding. And obviously not too expensive. Then again, the Lazio looks like it too has that natural shoulder construction. 

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

That is the Lazio! fing02%5B1%5D.gif 

A lot pointed out that my shoulders look nimble in my current suits. So something that has a bit of padding. And obviously not too expensive. Then again, the Lazio looks like it too has that natural shoulder construction. 

The Lazio is a bit more structured. Not much, but a little bit. The Washington is very structured.
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Noodles. The most important thing is how it looks on you. There are a lot of things that might in theory be more flattering, but the execution needs to be there too. Not all natural shoulders look bad on you; not all padded ones look good.
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Lazio looks good
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Sorry guys for all the headache and the nonstop whining. I'll put an end to publicly speaking about this. I will try to settle this in private.

So where should I get my next suit???

You have enough suits.
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post


You have enough suits.

I am just going to gather info. I am out of buying mode. 

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That's not the lazio, I think Noodles said it's a La Spalla when he initially posted the picture. Nobody knows what the pants look like though, so start taking full pics if you want serious advise. There are other options besides half canvassed SuSu
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