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post #28336 of 33197

The tags are for real, in case the suits are also for real, but both having the ticket pocket ( two pockets on the same side) unless were done bespoke for your friend is not very common.

 

The Attolini with such a low button stance  for their house style seems a bit strange.

 

I think you can have from 500 to 1000 euros from worse to better scenario, perhaps more with luck.

post #28337 of 33197

Hi, can anyone identify the shirt that ryan gosling is wearing or point to a retailer that produces shirts like these? I have searched "bengal shirts" and "striped shirts" but have not found one close to this one:

 

 

thanks!

post #28338 of 33197
I am looking to purchase a black cap toe shoes on my upcoming vacation that costs less than $300. What are some brands I should look at? The only decent brand available where I am from is Allen Edmonds. I will be in Vancouver and would like to take advantage of the broader selection.

Thank you
post #28339 of 33197
Thanks for the answer, both jackets are bought from sobs in cologne Germany, so for sure they are real
post #28340 of 33197
the attolini jacket are also two button jacket, the picture are not good, sorry
post #28341 of 33197
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Originally Posted by econundergrad7 View Post

Hi, can anyone identify the shirt that ryan gosling is wearing or point to a retailer that produces shirts like these? I have searched "bengal shirts" and "striped shirts" but have not found one close to this one:
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thanks!

Luxire would be able to replicate but you would need to get measurements done correctly.
post #28342 of 33197
Quote:
Originally Posted by econundergrad7 View Post
 

Hi, can anyone identify the shirt that ryan gosling is wearing or point to a retailer that produces shirts like these? I have searched "bengal shirts" and "striped shirts" but have not found one close to this one:

 

 

thanks!

 

I doubt anyone will be able to identify the exact shirt he is wearing--but it is a "contrast collar" striped dress shirt. Try that as a starting point.

post #28343 of 33197

Is this suit color appropriate for business wear in finance? I really like it but am scared it comes off as too flashy... In the photo it doesn't look baby blue, but rather a light gray-blue (if that makes sense). Thoughts?

 

post #28344 of 33197

I'm not in the finance world but I'm going to say no.

post #28345 of 33197

Take your lead from those whom you work with.  I also work in a conservative environment and, although the color doesn't strike me as all that loud, the context is important to make sure you don't stick out like a sore thumb. 

post #28346 of 33197

It's too light a blue. Conservative colors are navy and charcoal.

post #28347 of 33197

For lighter blues (a lighter navy, french blue), if you do want to try pull them off, I'd definitely have it worsted and untextured so it's more formal.

post #28348 of 33197

I got a bespoke navy blazer made and asked him to do the neopolitan soft shoulder, "Spalla Camicia". It looks like each shoulder is slightly different, however, and I'm not sure which is correct.

Left Shoulder (Pic 1) goes outward and forms a dimple/pucker of fabric. This one has more visibly more pleats/shirring on the shoulder.

Right Shoulder (Pic 2) goes straight down like a shirt, and drapes along my shoulder.

Neither shoulder has any padding at all. Which shoulder is correct, so I can have him redo the other?

 

Photos: http://imgur.com/a/qyu9N#0

post #28349 of 33197
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Originally Posted by redtomate View Post
 

I got a bespoke navy blazer made and asked him to do the neopolitan soft shoulder, "Spalla Camicia". It looks like each shoulder is slightly different, however, and I'm not sure which is correct.

Left Shoulder (Pic 1) goes outward and forms a dimple/pucker of fabric. This one has more visibly more pleats/shirring on the shoulder.

Right Shoulder (Pic 2) goes straight down like a shirt, and drapes along my shoulder.

Neither shoulder has any padding at all. Which shoulder is correct, so I can have him redo the other?

 

Photos: http://imgur.com/a/qyu9N#0

 

Not that much of a difference as far as I can tell.


Could it be the case that the jacket shoulders are in fact identical but your shoulders are slightly different width/stance/slope and your tailor has not accounted for it (enough)?

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