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post #29431 of 33197

here it is... the leg opening is really small (5.9inch) ... is it acceptable for business wear(e.g interview) or should i get a tradition one? sorry i am new here (know nothing about formal wear:( )

 

 

post #29432 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Calvingcn View Post

here it is... the leg opening is really small (5.9inch) ... is it acceptable for business wear(e.g interview) or should i get a tradition one? sorry i am new here (know nothing about formal wear:( )



What size is the suit? I think what matters more is how skinny are you. If you are very skinny then a skinny suit will look well fitting on you.

Also, in the picture that suit looks iridescent like a sharkskin suit. I think a more matte navy or grey suit is considered more acceptable for an interview or business environment.
post #29433 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Calvingcn View Post

here it is... the leg opening is really small (5.9inch) ... is it acceptable for business wear(e.g interview) or should i get a tradition one? sorry i am new here (know nothing about formal wear:( )




5.9" leg opening is really skinny. If you're very skinny, it will be okay but not really acceptable in many people eyes. Personally, I would say a big no for business/interview.
post #29434 of 33197
Hello all,

I've just bought a Moncler Grenoble jacket. I notice the logo is different than the Moncler jacket I have already. I know that these are 2 different lines. I guess one is the main line (circular logo), one is a sporty line (the M logo).
Can someone clarify this for me? What are the main difference? Is the Grenoble line a sub-line or something? Does it still consider the Original Moncler design line? I guess what I want to find out is whether the Grenoble line (w/ the M logo) a lower line or higher line when compare to the main line (circular logo)?


Thanks in advance.
Edited by dsiwireless - 12/30/14 at 8:40am
post #29435 of 33197
Most people aren't as picky about clothes as we are, but as far as solid navy suits go that's a pretty aggressive and non conservative cut. Whether it's acceptable or would negatively affect you depends on the context, but if you will be wearing suits in front of relatively discerning people in the future I'd try to return and get a Suit Supply one (for instance).
post #29436 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Calvingcn View Post

here it is... the leg opening is really small (5.9inch) ... is it acceptable for business wear(e.g interview) or should i get a tradition one? sorry i am new here (know nothing about formal wear:( )




It's a young, skinny style. So if you're young (like under 22) and skinny you might be OK.

Another important factor is your shoes. If you have large shoes/feet, the skinny ankle opening will give you the dreaded Clown Shoe Syndrome.
post #29437 of 33197
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Originally Posted by dsiwireless View Post

Hello all,

I've just bought a Moncler Grenoble jacket. I notice the logo is different than the Moncler jacket I have already. I know that these are 2 different lines. I guess one is the main line (circular logo), one is a sporty line (the M logo).
Can someone clarify this for me? What are the main difference? Is the Grenoble line a sub-line or something? Does it still consider the Original Moncler design line? I guess what I want to find out is whether the Grenoble line (w/ the M logo) a lower line or higher line when compare to the main line (circular logo)?


Thanks in advance.

Anyone can help? I got 3 more days to decide before I exchange it for my wife. I don't want to buy the wrong one for her. Lol.

Thanks again, any inputs help.
post #29438 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

What size is the suit? I think what matters more is how skinny are you. If you are very skinny then a skinny suit will look well fitting on you.

Also, in the picture that suit looks iridescent like a sharkskin suit. I think a more matte navy or grey suit is considered more acceptable for an interview or business environment.

The size is 34 (I'm really tiny) ... I'm quite slim but not extremely skinny....
post #29439 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Calvingcn View Post


The size is 34 (I'm really tiny) ... I'm quite slim but not extremely skinny....


I'd get something more conservative, but doesn't necessarily have to be really skinny fitting.

post #29440 of 33197

Opinions on this sport coat I'm looking at thrifting? Is the buttoning point too low to be useful? Or does it look okay? Thank you.Processed By eBay with ImageMagick, z1.1.0. ||B2

post #29441 of 33197
Hard to tell from that angle but my only worry would be the lapel notch being too low and/or too big. The buttoning point looks fine.
post #29442 of 33197

Looks like could be a good kop, how much is it? Shot of you wearing it might be more useful to judge though.

post #29443 of 33197

the lapels are too chunky IMO

post #29444 of 33197

It's on eBay so would have to be a blind buy - it's about $75 shipped to the UK with customs. Looking at it again, the lapel notch does seem quite low!

post #29445 of 33197

I think the angle of the shot makes them look bigger than they are, they might be okay. Depending on the wearing and how you dress it I think large lapels can be quite nice in a bold sort of way. The pattern kind of fits that look too, worn with some simpler shirt/tie combo.

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