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post #916 of 1609
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post

William's DJ looks even better than dad's although he needs to fix that collar gap.

Disagree. The collar, the sleeves; everything is better on his dad. Not to mention the shoes...
post #917 of 1609
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While I'm not into the fabric, the silhouette and overall look of this jacket are spectacular. It looks like there may not be any darts in the front. If there are they are made by an expert hand. Anyone know the tailor of this? William's DJ looks even better than dad's although he needs to fix that collar gap.
There is a dart. It is on the vertical navy stripe, one stripe toward the side, away from the jacket front edges. You can see how the vertical navy pattern narrows at the waistline and then finishes to 0 at the pocket, showing the full width of the pattern. I agree, nice lines to the jacket William has the "English Straight Cut" while Charles jacket is an "English Crooked Cut"
post #918 of 1609
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Originally Posted by W.R. View Post
Disagree. The collar, the sleeves; everything is better on his dad. Not to mention the shoes...

I think it's more the lapels on dad's jacket seem too high for the rest of the jacket and throws things off for me. If his lapel was a bit lower and then William's collar fit better plus had his shirt sleeves lengthened both would look excellent.

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There is a dart. It is on the vertical navy stripe, one stripe toward the side, away from the jacket front edges. You can see how the vertical navy pattern narrows at the waistline and then finishes to 0 at the pocket, showing the full width of the pattern. I agree, nice lines to the jacket

William has the "English Straight Cut" while Charles jacket is an "English Crooked Cut"

Gotcha. Thanks Chris!
post #919 of 1609
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
Buttoning point ridiculously high. Fail.
post #920 of 1609
I don't like it either
post #921 of 1609
The lapels point to Mars, double fail. Is it just me, or is it currently the style to have jacket buttons and the thighs of trouser seams pulling? What's with the short pants thing? That seems to be the style in most of the last 2 pages, excepting HRH & HRH.
post #922 of 1609
Even with the scarf, this is what it's all about!
post #923 of 1609
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To think the Duke gave up the kingship to be with this haggardly strumpet from Baltimore is truly astonishing.

He was also, knowingly or unknowingly, a Nazi sympathizer.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2003/ja...ation.monarchy
post #924 of 1609
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post
While I'm not into the fabric, the silhouette and overall look of this jacket are spectacular.

It looks like there may not be any darts in the front. If there are they are made by an expert hand.

Anyone know the tailor of this?

Its Cantarelli
post #925 of 1609
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

This whole no sock thing has to end. A suit, no matter what fabric, is ment for some type of buisness to which socks are a crucial finishing touch.
post #926 of 1609
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post
This whole no sock thing has to end. A suit, no matter what fabric, is ment for some type of buisness to which socks are a crucial finishing touch.

I don't think all suits require socks, but this is one that does.
post #927 of 1609
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Seriously, this is great.
post #928 of 1609
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Can someone tell me the name of this guy, some shop owner from Italie if i'm correct.
post #929 of 1609
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Wonderfull.
post #930 of 1609
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Originally Posted by Achillus View Post
Wonderfull.

I can't help being annoyed by the way the tie is tied.
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