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post #1186 of 1488
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Originally Posted by P-K-L View Post


Here are some pics of mine:


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This is really really good!

post #1187 of 1488
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

 

Damn... I'm still not good at telling what fabric it is.. but it's wool... Super 120's I guess. I selected it cause I liked it. laugh.gif

Ok ok and who is making it / brand of the fabric. Or it's just random unkown?

post #1188 of 1488
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Ok ok and who is making it / brand of the fabric. Or it's just random unkown?

 

I will go with random unknown... I didn't pay attention to the maker. It wasn't expensive, it was something around $1,300 mexican pesos per meter, that is $100 usd per meter, I'm glad I did this, cause this was the first trial with this tailor and if I would have selected a pricy fabric I will be crying right now due to the work they have done haha. 

post #1189 of 1488
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Originally Posted by Calder View Post

and so does the jacket...

Good one...took me a while to get it though, which is actually sad...

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

That look is more ''fashion'' then traditional way to use a db jacket. As you can see from his outfit... 

I guess. Still, the look isn't working for me - what with the pulling around the waist and the unfastened shirt buttons. But others may like it, and I respect that.

post #1190 of 1488
I already have fans laugh.gif
post #1191 of 1488

Great fit timo. Also the way to combo the colors if only using the blazer. Good example here guys.

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Edited by Lovelace - 2/2/13 at 12:36pm
post #1193 of 1488
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Great fit timo. Also the way to combo the colors if only using the blazer. Good example here guys.
Thanks. I wish the sleeves could be a bit shorter, but that's the downside of the working cuffs of Suitsupply...
post #1194 of 1488
Nice but it's too long for you.
post #1195 of 1488
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

Nice but it's too long for you.

I am not a fan on those fashionably short jackets (they do not flatter me). I also think it could be a bit shorter, but well...
post #1196 of 1488
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

Nice but it's too long for you.

No way!

The shoulders could, concievably, be more optimal, but overall nice fit!
post #1197 of 1488
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Originally Posted by OTM View Post

No way!

The shoulders could, concievably, be more optimal, but overall nice fit!

Thanks. Shoulder have zero padding, but I agree they could fit better.
post #1198 of 1488
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

I am not a fan on those fashionably short jackets (they do not flatter me). I also think it could be a bit shorter, but well...

I'm not a fan too, but 1" - 1,5" shorter it surely would look better.
post #1199 of 1488
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Edited by Lovelace - 2/2/13 at 12:36pm
post #1200 of 1488
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post

I'm not a fan too, but 1" - 1,5" shorter it surely would look better.

I will try to take a full-length shot soon, I think the proportion with pants is alright.
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