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post #226 of 4245
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Rubinacci jacket and raw silk tie, Brooks Brothers modified OCBD, Charvet pocket square. Alden monkstraps:


Drop dead gorgeous coat, my favorite so far.
post #227 of 4245
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
Drop dead gorgeous coat, my favorite so far.

Thanks!
post #228 of 4245
Using camera angle as an excuse for having less than an optimal body shape seems to be a new SF trend.
post #229 of 4245
^100% hate
post #230 of 4245
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Using camera angle as an excuse for having less than an optimal body shape seems to be a new SF trend.
Wait until you see the thread about my genitalia.
post #231 of 4245
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post
Thanks for the compliments fellas. I hope to be back to see Rubinacci this winter and place my next order. Thinking two/three suits, a sportcoat and a couple of shirts. Any special requests from the SF mob?

BTW Foo you should put the rest of your photos in this thread.

yes i think we need more picture or both LR and MR and as per satar request the way the cut a suit too

basically just more pictures cheers
post #232 of 4245
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

i like this fabric alot, is this a hardy's cloth too?
post #233 of 4245
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Originally Posted by Sator View Post
Yes, I want to see how they cut a body coat - any body coat will do, morning coat, dress coat, or even a frock coat will do me fine.
I was just looking at some pictures with Mariano of him in white tie at an event in London and in a morning coat for his daughter's wedding. I wish I had a digital copy, but I do not. They were very nice.
post #234 of 4245
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Originally Posted by arnach View Post
Using camera angle as an excuse for having less than an optimal body shape seems to be a new SF trend.

What the hell does that mean?

Genetics cannot be helped but we all try our best to optimize what we've got, first and foremost with our clothes. So what's all this hate?
post #235 of 4245
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post
i like this fabric alot, is this a hardy's cloth too?

Yes, I think so.
post #236 of 4245
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
What the hell does that mean? Genetics cannot be helped but we all try our best to optimize what we've got, first and foremost with our clothes. So what's all this hate?
It's not hate. We are born with what we have. Some members clothing choices are the opposite of what one would pick to maximize their appearance. This has already been debated in this thread and elsewhere. However, it seems to me to be a growing trend for people to use the camera angle as an excuse for the fact that their extremely expensive clothing does nothing for them. For example, someone, who is, for example (and not to reference anyone) short and pudgy should not wear certain kinds of suits that maximize shortness and pudginess. When this is brought up, interrupting the usual bespoke circle jerk, members are quick to claim that it is the "camera angle" which is making the $6000 suit look less than optimal. YMMV.
post #237 of 4245
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Originally Posted by arnach View Post
Using camera angle as an excuse for having less than an optimal body shape seems to be a new SF trend.
This isn't the Body Consciousness forum. Thank goodness. Let's keep discussions of the pros or cons of people's body types there.
post #238 of 4245
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Originally Posted by arnach View Post
It's not hate. We are born with what we have. Some members clothing choices are the opposite of what one would pick to maximize their appearance. This has already been debated in this thread and elsewhere. However, it seems to me to be a growing trend for people to use the camera angle as an excuse for the fact that their extremely expensive clothing does nothing for them. For example, someone, who is, for example (and not to reference anyone) short and pudgy should not wear certain kinds of suits that maximize shortness and pudginess. When this is brought up, interrupting the usual bespoke circle jerk, members are quick to claim that it is the "camera angle" which is making the $6000 suit look less than optimal.

YMMV.


Do you ever wonder what you did to merit that cellphone pic?
post #239 of 4245
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Originally Posted by Pariolino View Post
Do you ever wonder what you did to merit that cellphone pic?
You have no reply but a personal attack? Pure class. Please forgive me for having an opinion.
post #240 of 4245
Very, very nice, M.




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