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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

A cheap option would be Meermin.

Ooh, good call. Not sure how I forgot to check them out!
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post


Pleats are small folds of fabric found just below the waist. Generally, if they are present, there will be one or two on each side. They allow for a little more room when sitting down. Usually, the crease will begin where one of the pleats ends.

Does it mean that it's possible to make and remove the crease, while the pleats can't be removed using regular tools at home (have to use a tailor)?

post #22428 of 33127
Correct, to remove a pleat generally a dart would be created.
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I bought a blazer in 36R and the shoulders fit nicely, however my chest is 34, which makes the jacket a bit loose in the chest/ waist. Is it typically a difficult and expensive task to taper the sides? I also need to shorten the sleeves a bit as well. 

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Anyone know what these type of coats are called?
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^ Coat looks like something the Nazi SS would wear. Sinister looking (and ugly)
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^ Coat looks like something the Nazi SS would wear. Sinister looking (and ugly)
Few years ago there was a post of a beautiful indigo blue coat of that type posted. This was the closest picture I have on hand.
post #22433 of 33127
I guess you could call it a bastardized version of an Ulster coat. Those arm slits are awful
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

^ Coat looks like something the Nazi SS would wear. Sinister looking (and ugly)

Must be Hugo Boss. *Drumroll
post #22435 of 33127
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Must be Hugo Boss. *Drumroll

The electro helmet is Siemens
He's reaching for a Bayer aspirin in his coat

All this despite him being French biggrin.gif
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[when will be the duplicating bug be fixed?!]
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post #22438 of 33127
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Originally Posted by Sam Phinney View Post

Hey guys!  I have a Navy Blue jacket & pants.  I used to wear a white solid shirt with it, but it sadly ripped and I don't really have time/money to buy a nice new one.  So, I was thinking about wearing this solid purple shirt with it.  Only thing is, I don't really know what kind of tie to wear?  I've got access to a lot of them, and was just thinking about some ideas for colors.  Thanks!

If a solid, dark gray. (The tie should be darker than the shirt, navy would be blue overkill, and a livelier color could clash with the shirt.) If patterned, plaid is rather trendy and then a subdued one of those is likely to be okay. Other patterns might work.
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Constructive criticism is welcomed...Mimo or Michael.

....I am gonna get crucified ...$#!T

 

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I really don't think that's bad. The fit is pretty good from what I can see. You'll get shit for the white shirt and possibly the lapels though.

What tie is that? From this distance with that camera, it looks like a $5 generic shiny silk tie.

 

Mimo can't say too much about that fit I don't think. :-P

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