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post #736 of 1575
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
You forgot one pic:




- B

Nice pattern matching on petit whnay's side, any better pics?
post #737 of 1575
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Who is the guy with Whnay?



'cuz there's always time for the shizzle on Fridizzle.
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post #738 of 1575
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Every shot I've seen discussing open quarters is SB - their nature lead me to think it had to be SB to have open quarters. Does someone have a photograph which would explain this usage of open quarters: I wanted a double-breasted coat with very open front quarters [a low cross-over point for the lapels and a shallow overlap] (p120, The Rake, Issue 10).

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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
He's mistaking quarters for wanting essentially a lower button stance and lots of shirt/tie showing.

Just came across this shot - perhaps he intends something with this effect partly in mind.

post #739 of 1575
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Originally Posted by George View Post
A classic example of someone who needs structure/padding in his shoulders.

Coat just screams Italian bespoke. Blah.........

Pink trousers....

Clothes should communicate a noble lie, not the ignoble truth.
post #740 of 1575
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Originally Posted by poelow View Post
I think they look great, very striking. I think people(and magazines) are too quick to label them out of style or"fashion"; they are underappreciated as a suit. I wish I owned one- someday....

I guess my favorite is the 6x2... I don't like it when the lapel comes gorging down to button ie. the 1st two pics.

This attached Brooks Brother's Regent fit is one I really like:


This is awesome. Any idea on the MSRP?


What are your thoughts on DB for shorter individuals?
post #741 of 1575
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Originally Posted by Bull View Post
Danish, of Polish descent. She's a joy to watch. She clobbers the shit out of the ball and her hustle is crazy. Women's sports bore the hell out of me, with the exception of tennis. These girls are really fucking good.


here she is in action

post #742 of 1575
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Originally Posted by JBG89 View Post
What are your thoughts on DB for shorter individuals?

Lots of thoughts here.
post #743 of 1575
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Originally Posted by TBSDSpaniard View Post
here she is in action




-Matt
post #744 of 1575
I have to admit that military officers have impeccably tailored jackets; and quite skinny I might add.
post #745 of 1575
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Originally Posted by Caesar Augustus View Post
I have to admit that military officers have impeccably tailored jackets; and quite skinny I might add.

In what sense? Uniform or civilian? It's a point to note that the majority of the better regiments in the British Army point the young officer to have their uniforms and suits made with a certain tailor on the Row.
post #746 of 1575
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Originally Posted by le Dauphin View Post


-Matt

Who is that great player?

I must be watching more tennis..
post #747 of 1575
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Who is that great player?

I must be watching more tennis..

Not sure, but if women like that played tennis in real life, it would definitely get me back onto the courts!

-Matt
post #748 of 1575
I live in Europe and the Sicilians I know tell me that double breasted suits infer higher social and economic standing than a regular single breasted. Thought about it alot and kept my eyes open. Don't know for sure, but it seems now that a lot of the higher echelon business people (gosh, I don't know - maybe mafiosi also) wear double breasted. Who cares, either way, it's a cool look. Helps if you're thin too. Yeah, right.
post #749 of 1575
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Originally Posted by RJE View Post
Just came across this shot - perhaps he intends something with this effect partly in mind.


post #750 of 1575
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Originally Posted by TBSDSpaniard View Post
here she is in action


Nope, that's Simona Halep (another pic below), who just had a breast reduction surgery...the pic you posted was from the good old days when it looked like there were two midgets fighting underneath her tanktop while she was playing...

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