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post #76 of 112
I have a 3-piece in charcoal pinstripe and its great. SB, 2 button, notch lapel, flat front + cuffs...
post #77 of 112
I have the same thing, made by Bob Chawla at Gino Tailor, but i ditched the cuffs . . . really happy with it.
post #78 of 112
Crossposted from the WAYWN thread...

post #79 of 112
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Crossposted from the WAYWN thread...
In the bottom pic it looks like you're doing Conan's string dance.
post #80 of 112
I don't like it when people have their belt/waist showing while wearing a 3pc.
post #81 of 112
The new issue of Vogue L'Uomo has John Malkovich in a rather loud checked Ford suit with the requisite watch chain.
post #82 of 112
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The new issue of Vogue L'Uomo has John Malkovich in a rather loud checked Ford suit with the requisite watch chain.

Has anyone else noticed that all the TF-wearing celebrity photos are of fairly-to-very loud fabrics in 3 piece? Only Mr Ford himself appears in TF solids and they are actually quite elegant and otherwise not often shown or appreciated.
post #83 of 112
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Check out this shot of Supreme Metrosexual David Beckham....daring and fashion-forward or a rare misstep?

Well, he's a bit less fashion-forward in this three-piece from today... has nice shoes too:

post #84 of 112
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Well, he's a bit less fashion-forward in this three-piece from today... has nice shoes too:


I like everything but the shoes. You can see part of his shirt under the waistcoat but I'm assuming that's from him being in motion.

After seeing him in suit after suit where the jacket sleeve is too long, I'm going to assume that he just prefers it that way.

I hate his wife's hair...I hate short hair on women in general (there are a few exceptions of course)

But there's no way ^^^^ can compete with
post #85 of 112
I'm of the opinion the waistcoat should be of contrasting color, along with a darker or lighter color of tie to the waistcoat. Matching colors are so ho hum.
post #86 of 112
The odd waistcoat is cool, though difficult to achieve unless you had a few similar 3pcs or were using bespoke. I believe there are a few examples on The Sartorialist.
post #87 of 112
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The odd waistcoat is cool, though difficult to achieve unless you had a few similar 3pcs or were using bespoke. I believe there are a few examples on The Sartorialist.

Presumably, though, one could bespeak the waistcoat, and wear it with an appropriate OTR suit.
post #88 of 112
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Presumably, though, one could bespeak the waistcoat, and wear it with an appropriate OTR suit.

O good point, didn't occur to me! Would be quite economical too plus you could use some of the more esoteric waistcoat styles.
post #89 of 112
Three-pieces with odd trousers can also look good.
post #90 of 112
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Well, he's a bit less fashion-forward in this three-piece from today... has nice shoes too:


Save for the shoes, that is about as smashing as smashing gets.
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