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Me too.
Clags - is that shirt collar different to your normal ones? Appears to have more height and roll. I like it.
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Today:
Ercoles except for tie and square (Yellow Hook necktie Co.) and shoes (Carmina x Epaulet)

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Clags shoes look great. re: discussion on noodles thread. That's a great last for his fits/style (i.e. the meermin)

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Clags shoes look great. re: discussion on noodles thread. That's a great last for his fits/style (i.e. the meermin)

I'm wearing the same ones today. They get the job done.
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Today:
Ercoles except for tie and square (Yellow Hook necktie Co.) and shoes (Carmina x Epaulet)

Great fit, great beard.

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Sorry for the bathroom photo. I tried all three mirrors available in the building, and this was the only one with remotely adequate lighting. I'm also still using a temporary phone with a terrible camera. So, it is what it is!



Waistcoat needs some work - shortened at the shoulder, and in at the sides.
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Too much navy?  

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Spandexter View Post

Me too.
Clags - is that shirt collar different to your normal ones? Appears to have more height and roll. I like it.

Was just noting same. Also maybe less spread than some of your other shirts. I'd stick with this going forward.
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Totally the same. But I have no idea why this generally looks a bit different; it does on a consistent basis.
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The sleeves don't bother me enough to not wear. I have far bigger fish to fry. Went from wearing a suit / jacket once a month to 7 days a week, including church. I just can't justify being without a navy jacket for a couple weeks.

Buy a second one! teacha.gif

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GMM, nice SC. maker?
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Sorry for the bathroom photo. I tried all three mirrors available in the building, and this was the only one with remotely adequate lighting. I'm also still using a temporary phone with a terrible camera. So, it is what it is!



Waistcoat needs some work - shortened at the shoulder, and in at the sides.


For a thift-find, it is quite a find! What I want to know, is who would give away that suit?!?!?!
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Too much navy?  
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Navy-wise I think it's the pants and cardi that clash, but more than that the top half (which I like a lot) is so much more formal than the bottom. If only it were a full soot!
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Very cool! But I would have replaced the handkerchief (in my subjective opinion)... smile.gif


Glad to see you back posting again, Vic!

 

 I was just rereading your first posts in the old WAYWRN thread this last week and wondered if you would ever post again.

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Regarding sleeve length alterations... you have no clue. I have had these sleeves "altered" on two occasions. I had one drycleaner just refuse to do the alteration. I swear, it is absolutely insane.

You should see the pants I just got back from a legitimate "tailor" here in town. I measured, gave him the length, etc. The pants are a solid 5" too long.

It is hard to believe for big city peeps, but in smaller cities, alterations can be an absolute nightmare. The only good experience I have had is with a tailor that is an hour drive away.


I have a tailor at a military base who does a great job. I'm going to lose her though in the near future cause I have to relocate because of work.

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