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Yes, but do you wear them? biggrin.gif
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Yes, but do you wear them? biggrin.gif
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In that case .. yes
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Thread Starter 
Photons r timeless yo
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We are most certainly splitting hairs. These are all from the composite thread, so very well respected outfits:

Here is an example of what I think is too spread/short.





Here is my preference:
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Both fabulous dressers, so splitting hairs. I just prefer the latter. Again, no hate. Clags is obviously a phenomenal gentleman who knows what he is doing. I am indebted to him and many others for any "knowledge" I may have.

P.S. I'm always around, just sometimes posting a bit more actively than others. smile.gif

idk, i quite like the clags collar there.
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Photons r timeless yo

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noodles, imo, you should have cuffs on that suit. ymmv.
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I will cuff the Formosa suit that I will get this week! :bounce2:

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I am all about cuffed trousers right now! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

How big of a cuff Noodles?
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I have never done cuffs. Can I get some guidance? I might just go with a slight break.
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2" cuffs at least I would say. Break is preferential but too much ankle is not a good thing.
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2" cuffs at least I would say. Break is preferential but too much ankle is not a good thing.

At least? I don't know about that. I know it's a preference thing but anything over 2" is uneccessary. I'm 6'3" and all of my cuffs are 1.75".... I believe gld203 and stitches do the same.

Rudals, you might get lucky and not have to adjust the length. They only had the slightest break for me.
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My cuffs are 5cm and I am only 1.71m, so that's sho' nuff cuff! smile.gif
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Cuff size is of course largely a matter of personal preference, but it's worth taking the height of the individual into consideration.

 

I'm 5'9", and to my eye 1.5 inches is best for me.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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EliodA, I've seen your trousers and proportionally, they look perfectly fine. All I'm saying is that I would be hesitant to recommend anything over 2" to our friend RUDALS.
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I think 2" is perfect. 1.75" isn't bad by any means, I prefer more. I'll correct myself above and say at least 1.75". Less is too skimpy. I think if you're 6'3" you should give 2" cuffs a shot. I have them at 6'2" and want a bit more. I think the most I would ever go is 2.25 -2.50" though. Beyond that and it'll start to look comical.
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

EliodA, I've seen your trousers and proportionally, they look perfectly fine. All I'm saying is that I would be hesitant to recommend anything over 2" to our friend RUDALS.

I agree with this.
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