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Would like to solicit some help here...I typically do not wear sweaters under my jackets, just a personal preference. Tried this out today and was initially happy but now that I'm seeing it something seems off. Is it the borders of the cardigan or is it just a bad color for the rest of the fit (it's a dark navy though it appears black in the photo)?

 

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The Armoury offers pretty good quality elasticated clip-on braces if you are so inclined to opt for clip-ons. I have a few pair of them...use them occasionally but not as often as the buttoned version. 
 
I compliment you today Koala-T for coordinating your colors nicely. I agree the trousers are too tight...but I also understand the Holiday binge. 
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The Armoury offers pretty good quality elasticated clip-on braces

 

Pretty good quality clip on braces for $190...that shit cray!

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@dukedishin, the low buttoning stance of the jacket doesn't work with the high buttoning stance of the cardigan; the borders of the cardigan are distracting; and the pocket square gets lost in the pattern of the jacket
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Pretty good quality clip on braces for $190...that shit cray!

 

Not really when you consider the cost of a good quality leather belt. 

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@dukedishin, the low buttoning stance of the jacket doesn't work with the high buttoning stance of the cardigan; the borders of the cardigan are distracting; and the pocket square gets lost in the pattern of the jacket

Thanks! I feel that way about the borders on the cardigan for sure. The part about the buttoning points makes sense. I like the PS though.

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Mr Six thats a great jacket. Deets
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Thanks, Justin! Worsted Alsport 520068. Steed MTM.
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Deal with it.

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Thanks, Justin! Worsted Alsport 520068. Steed MTM.

Im still waiting for my jacket from Steed. I hope it drapes and looks like yours. Absolutely fantastic
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Im still waiting for my jacket from Steed. I hope it drapes and looks like yours. Absolutely fantastic

 

I'm sure it will, Justin. Incidentally, the jacket in the fit pic I posted in this thread earlier today was also by Steed.

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Thanks! I feel that way about the borders on the cardigan for sure. The part about the buttoning points makes sense. I like the PS though.
It's fine, but not with that jacket. It does strange things to my eyes and that's never a good sign
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Not really when you consider the cost of a good quality leather belt. 

A little more than half of that.

Mr. 6, that looks awesome. Those MTM results are making me reconsider what I want to do next month when they visit.
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Im still waiting for my jacket from Steed. I hope it drapes and looks like yours. Absolutely fantastic

I'm sure it will, Justin. Incidentally, the jacket in the fit pic I posted in this thread earlier today was also by Steed.

Yeah, trust in Edwin. If it's not just right at first, he'll make good adjustments.
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