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post #22516 of 33058
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Originally Posted by Mr Engineer View Post

I regular dress shirts I am a 34/35 sleeve length. I am looking to order charles tyrwhitt and there shirts are in 34 or 35(not 34/35) which size should I order?

35. It's almost always easier to shorten a sleeve by half an inch or so (should this even prove necessary), than it is to lengthen a sleeve.
post #22517 of 33058

How does this fit? It's a zara blazer, so naturally the tail is short. 

 

post #22518 of 33058

@docka, jacket looks good in that picture.

post #22519 of 33058
Kind of a random question, but I was at H&M last year in Europe and they were selling SCs for six euros. Is that the standard price? Or did I miss out on a great flipping opportunity.
post #22520 of 33058
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Originally Posted by docka View Post

How does this fit? It's a zara blazer, so naturally the tail is short.

Hard to say without your shirt tucked in. Shoulders look ok.
post #22521 of 33058
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Originally Posted by becnal View Post


Hard to say without your shirt tucked in. Shoulders look ok.

What about this? 

 

post #22522 of 33058

I'd say it's a bit short for my style.

 

But really, it puts you above most other 'real life' people in terms of fit. Looks great.

post #22523 of 33058

While we're at it. This is the navy cotton jacket. Keep or return? You can't really see from this angle ,but the length is more traditional compared to the linen jacket. 

 

post #22524 of 33058
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Originally Posted by mrjester View Post

I'd say it's a bit short for my style.

 

But really, it puts you above most other 'real life' people in terms of fit. Looks great.

necessary to shorten the cuffs a bit to show some sleeves for a casual jacket? 

post #22525 of 33058
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Originally Posted by docka View Post

necessary to shorten the cuffs a bit to show some sleeves for a casual jacket? 

There's a floating opinion that casual means less cuff being shown. I show about 1cm of cuff with my jackets, which it looks like from your one sleeve, you're good there. I would leave it all alone. Looks great.

 

We can't see things like the back of the neck, collar gap, lapel bowing, etc. with that angle but I'm just saying from this view, it looks good to go.

post #22526 of 33058
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Originally Posted by docka View Post

While we're at it. This is the navy cotton jacket. Keep or return? You can't really see from this angle ,but the length is more traditional compared to the linen jacket. 

 

This is tits.

 

Tits = awesome. Keep it.

post #22527 of 33058
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Originally Posted by docka View Post

While we're at it. This is the navy cotton jacket. Keep or return? You can't really see from this angle ,but the length is more traditional compared to the linen jacket. 
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You can see that the length is different, and that's a great fit. Keep it for sure.
post #22528 of 33058
What companies have rebadged C&J shoes?

All I can think of are:
Brooks Brothers
Ralph Lauren
Ben Silver
Gordon Scott (in the past)
Shipton & Heneage (in the past)
New & Lingwood (in the past)

Are there any others?
Edited by jrd617 - 7/2/13 at 6:40pm
post #22529 of 33058
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

What companies have rebadged C&J shoes?

All I can think of are:
Brooks Brothers
Ralph Lauren
Ben Silver
Gordon Scott (in the past)
Shipton & Heneage (in the past)

Are there any others?

Are they the ones who did Polo Benchmade in England? Did anyone else do those?
post #22530 of 33058
Am I allowed to wear a shirt with BD collar with a couple buttons unbuttoned? (Not the collar buttons)
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