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post #16 of 48
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Do not ask me about the fit, I cannot tell from a photo. Oxbridge is the union of Oxford and Cambridge Universities, and they give you striped ties (also know as a colligate tie, as may wducation institutions also give striped ties) like the one you are wearing in that picture. In England, people think that anyone who wears a colligate tie is mad, and obsessed with their education background.
no I just like stripes and all stripe ties do not look like regimental tie because of sens of stripes and colors
post #17 of 48
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too much folds on back because it is a super 150 fabrics... ridiculious?
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you see you can see fit as you say it does not look big.
I said it DOES look big, not it does not look big.
post #19 of 48
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you see you can see fit as you say it does not look big.
I said it DOES look big, not it does not look big.
do you thing a tailor ca fix it? does it look just a little to big or ridiculious?
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too much folds on back because it is a super 150 fabrics... ridiculious?
Too tight.
post #21 of 48
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(kalra2411 @ 22 July 2004, 2:49) Quote you see you can see fit as you say it does not look big.
I said it DOES look big, not it does not look big.
do you thing a tailor ca fix it? does it look just a little to big or ridiculious?[/quote] Just a little, I think yes a tailor can fix it.
post #22 of 48
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tight? I think too many fabrics, should cut on collar
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It could be that, but also the bunching of the fabric could be a result of the suit being too tight somewhere else.
post #24 of 48
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It could be that, but also the bunching of the fabric could be a result of the suit being too tight somewhere else.
habe you seen pictures with arrows? please check
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(kalra2411 @ 22 July 2004, 3:04) It could be that, but also the bunching of the fabric could be a result of the suit being too tight somewhere else.
habe you seen pictures with arrows? please check
Ah yes, it is too tight there (where the arrows are) and that is why the fabric is bunching at the back, not because there is too much fabric at the back.
post #26 of 48
It is a very small problem on the dark suit, only on the grey it is too much.
post #27 of 48
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(ernest @ 22 July 2004, 11:09)
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Originally Posted by kalra2411,22 July 2004, 3:04
It could be that, but also the bunching of the fabric could be a result of the suit being too tight somewhere else.
habe you seen pictures with arrows? please check
Ah yes, it is too tight there (where the arrows are) and that is why the fabric is bunching at the back, not because there is too much fabric at the back.
no this is not too tight but too large on the front. each side of an open jacket shoud not touch one other? there should be a space when jacket is open
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(kalra2411 @ 22 July 2004, 3:15)
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Originally Posted by ernest,22 July 2004, 11:09
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Originally Posted by kalra2411,22 July 2004, 3:04
It could be that, but also the bunching of the fabric could be a result of the suit being too tight somewhere else.
habe you seen pictures with arrows? please check
Ah yes, it is too tight there (where the arrows are) and that is why the fabric is bunching at the back, not because there is too much fabric at the back.
no this is not too tight but too large on the front. each side of an open jacket shoud not touch one other? there should be a space when jacket is open
Yes. You are right.
post #29 of 48
But from the back it looks like it is too tight because the fabric apears to bunch, however, it is not that (I am only going from what you tell me here, as you have the suit on your body, so you should know better) it is, as you said, too much fabric at the back.
post #30 of 48
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open it is not so ridiculious but buttoned when i move it can become a bag... what to do? can a tailor do something on waist/sides to fix this extra fabrics on the front?
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