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post #1321 of 1434
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

Au contraire , mon Ami...

People used to have one decent suit for special occasions and Church Sundays.
Best for Sunday, next-best for work, third-best for the garden.
post #1322 of 1434
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And this is exactly why I want a 6x1, tried to snag one from NSuited off of their venanzi auctions. Wound up only winning the 6x2

 

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The Venanzi suit has been tailored. Thoughts?

post #1323 of 1434
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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post

The Venanzi suit has been tailored. Thoughts?

It looks like a good suit. Congratulations!
post #1324 of 1434

I like it, M! :slayer:

post #1325 of 1434
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The Venanzi suit has been tailored. Thoughts?


Great look...compliments.

post #1326 of 1434
DB with no tie?

Marzotto says it's OK as long as you don't imitate him
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post #1327 of 1434
Nice bike.
post #1328 of 1434
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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

DB with no tie?

Marzotto says it's OK as long as you don't imitate him
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Well I would say that may be fine even without the double ties. It always depends on how you know bring. I see it well with a turtleneck sweater.

post #1329 of 1434
I never think DB with an open shirt collar works, even with overcoats. Time and time again I rather keep my tie on in the bar/pub/restaurant than take it off after work...or look in the mirror after putting an overcoat on and go back to get a scarf.
post #1330 of 1434
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

I never think DB with an open shirt collar works, even with overcoats. Time and time again I rather keep my tie on in the bar/pub/restaurant than take it off after work...or look in the mirror after putting an overcoat on and go back to get a scarf.

 

I agree with you 100%, it's always gotta be a tie for me and the higher the opening gorge on the jacket, the better IMO. A lot of my mates wear DB suits but it's more of a winter thing; they don't look right open. Quite a few mates are going do the path of having a jacket only made and wearing them with complementary trousers, shirt and tie. Looks great if you can carry it off, sadly I don't have the figure to carry it off these days

post #1331 of 1434
I don't think it's that bad of a look. Starting to like it

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Hi, this is from another member but I can't recall whom does anyone know?

 

 

What does everyone think of it? I really like it and want something bespoke very much like that, though I'm relatively new to tailored suits. I believe to note with this jacket's cutting is the low set buttons, relatively large amount of drop, largish lapels? I'm also thinking perhaps to have it made with pagoda shoulders? What do you guys think?

post #1333 of 1434
Pretty sure that's Claghorn and very sure it's an awesome fit.
post #1334 of 1434
Yes that's claghorn. Lovely jacket.
post #1335 of 1434
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

I never think DB with an open shirt collar works, even with overcoats. Time and time again I rather keep my tie on in the bar/pub/restaurant than take it off after work...or look in the mirror after putting an overcoat on and go back to get a scarf.

I agree on the whole, though I came across this picture of Vox in the back of a taxi recently, and think it looks good.

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