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post #196 of 4251
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Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
Wow, good call. Do you have any stock tips you'd care to share?

http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...31&postcount=8
post #197 of 4251
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Originally Posted by vitaminc View Post
You mean how his head, torso and legs are visually severed (same case as Mafoofan) purely due to camera effects such as this?


You are a funny man.
post #198 of 4251
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Originally Posted by whacked View Post
Like Michael Jordan?




Also, no offense, but there's something extremely ironic about a man not content with his own physical shape being so obssessed with the "golden ratio"...

Yup, except Jordon has a small head size, wide shoulders and is pretty damn tall. So visually shorten a bit for him would not hurt.

There is nothing wrong for being unsatisfied with one's own physical shape.

I was not content with my own shape (6', 245lb) thus my diet plan (currently 205lb target 170lb). But for things I could not change, such as height, proportions, postures, uneven bodies, etc, I would have to rely on visual magic to conceal them. I want to look my best and cbf what ratios or stupid rules I'll have to follow.
post #199 of 4251
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Don't think being a bespoke customer over a diet plan to cut my weight by 1/3 would be a smart choice...


Ah-- the source of crabbiness reveals itself.

Good luck-- losing al that is no joke.
post #200 of 4251
Nice suits. Where did yyou buy your ties. like their subtle but stylish look...
post #201 of 4251
Man, Matt has got a great wardrobe...one Negative I noticed is all of his arm sleeves are very baggy and not proportionate to the slim cut of all his suite/slacks. they just seem too loose fitting and don;t go along with the slim fit look.
post #202 of 4251
Awesome clothes whnay!
post #203 of 4251
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
Awesome clothes whnay!

Worth a repeat, Bill: tres soigné.

- B
post #204 of 4251
Wow, just wanted to thank all of those that have shared images and their excellent commentaries. So much to learn, so much inspiration!
post #205 of 4251
Rubinacci jacket, tie, and square.



post #206 of 4251
Good show. I still think your ties are too wide though. I think if you got them a bit slimmer, your tie knot would sort itself out. Do you ever feel like your fighting with your tie when trying to knot it?

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post #207 of 4251
The tie is actually pretty narrow (8 cm across). What you're seeing is the back blade coming out parallel with the front blade. It's a look I'm toying with but I don't know if I'll stick with it.
post #208 of 4251
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
What you're seeing is the back blade coming out parallel with the front blade.

Yeah, I got that part. I just thought it looked like a bit of a shit sandwich. Since moving to 3.25 inch ties, I've switched to undimpled knots and haven't looked back. But, you know, to each his own.
post #209 of 4251
^I like the tie thing on occasion.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I thought it might be fun and helpful to see how everyone's Rubinacci jackets look side-by-side. I cropped and sized the photos to make comparison easier.
FWIW, in this lineup, I like mafoofan's best, and I love iammatt's stuff. Your recent photo from a distance on WAYWRN, mafoofan, looks great too.
post #210 of 4251
Whnays shoulders look like they have much more roping - is this a non-standard rubinacci request? Is nice....
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