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post #466 of 1423
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
That was pretty unnecessary.
The occasional ad hominem is de rigueur here; I am rather used to it. Of course, the fact that they're Shuron clones isn't helping the "coolness" factor, as the Ronsir frame screams 1950-60s - but that's exactly what I was going for. In other words, lasbar's comment is pretty much mission accomplished.
post #467 of 1423
Foo,

That collar gap actually looks like a shadow to me, probably from the light above the mirror in the bathroom.

I like the wide spacing on the buttons better myself, but I like the fuller cut chest area, is that something that is achievable by a competent tailor to a RTW suit?
post #468 of 1423
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Originally Posted by alexSF View Post
Beautiful Sciamàt DB for "Bespoke Athens" Shop



That DB looks pretty nice actually - lapels are great. if you can look past that tie.
post #469 of 1423
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Originally Posted by luftvier View Post

can i see more of this coat, based on my db coat styling thread?
post #470 of 1423
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
That was pretty unnecessary.

You're absolutely right about that one.

I don't even know what I have posted such comment in the first place.

My sincere Apologies for my snark.
post #471 of 1423
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
That DB looks pretty nice actually - lapels are great. if you can look past that tie.

I like that and I'm not a great double-breasted fan.

I only like them in flannel.
post #472 of 1423
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Originally Posted by fox81 View Post
can i see more of this coat, based on my db coat styling thread?

I'll get a few more shots up in a bit. Still basically feeling terrible and without much excuse to leave the house. Except the BB Outlet clearance sale.
post #473 of 1423
So what do you say about the stripes of this suit? It is RTW suit by the way:

post #474 of 1423
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Originally Posted by forex View Post
So what do you say about the stripes of this suit? It is RTW suit by the way:


i love that suit. that is the purple label navy pinstripe db , no? you just added the top two buttons to make it 6x2 . i love that suit. nice
post #475 of 1423
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Originally Posted by forex View Post
So what do you say about the stripes of this suit? It is RTW suit by the way:


That's exceptional for RTW. I like it a lot.
post #476 of 1423
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Originally Posted by forex View Post
So what do you say about the stripes of this suit? It is RTW suit by the way:

http://i358.photobucket.com/albums/o...k/P1020803.jpg

Very, very good looking. You are lucky to have RTW fitting like that !
post #477 of 1423
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
I like that and I'm not a great double-breasted fan.

I only like them in flannel.

I think the reason why I find that coat appealing is the buttoning point and how the lapels roll there. I like the added perception of length that is not east to find in RTW DBs. I wonder how it looks on a person instead of a dummy.
post #478 of 1423
post #479 of 1423
anyone notice the double-breasted pinstripe suits in The Aviator? beautiful suits, a bit baggy-cut due to that era but very nice. anyone knows which designer was for the suits?
post #480 of 1423
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
I think the reason why I find that coat appealing is the buttoning point and how the lapels roll there. I like the added perception of length that is not east to find in RTW DBs. I wonder how it looks on a person instead of a dummy.

That's the problem with what I call uber pinning.

Sometimes some great suit jackets look suddenly very ordinary when worn by a human being instead of a dummy.

The lines could be very different even if this suit is looking very attractive .
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