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How prone to wrinkling are cotton Corneliani ID jackets? Thanks!
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I'd just like an opinion on the fit of this shirt... from what you can see of course. These are the best fitting shirts I've found off the rack so far within my budget, it's not in my head is it? Haha. Don't mind the tie. I know it's heinous. Probably late 90s-ish Giorgio Armani.
post #8434 of 33462
^^^ shirt fits pretty well. the tie though...it's hard to ignore!
post #8435 of 33462
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Originally Posted by mr.orange View Post
^^^ shirt fits pretty well. the tie though...it's hard to ignore!

I'm going to have to strongly disagree. Too much fabric everywhere. I see shoulder overhang and sleeves cut too wide.
post #8436 of 33462
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Are store branded suits (Bloomingdale, Sak's, etc.) by Canali actually Canali suits?

Anyone? Thanks
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Is there a particular name for this type of monk strap (with the buckle on the side)?

http://www.markowski-chausseur.fr/im...c6c2a104a6.jpg

http://image.rakuten.co.jp/cinquecla...ss/908dar1.jpg
post #8438 of 33462
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What is the usual delivery time for bespoke Ambrosi pants?

Thank you.


- B

They only deliver in years in which one can see Haley's comet. Part of their charm.
post #8439 of 33462
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Originally Posted by sqweegle View Post
Is there a particular name for this type of monk strap (with the buckle on the side)?

http://www.markowski-chausseur.fr/im...c6c2a104a6.jpg

http://image.rakuten.co.jp/cinquecla...ss/908dar1.jpg

AFAIK there is no special nomenclature for those style of monks. They are just monks.

I also prefer those type of monks over the normal kind. JL Vale is my favorite in that style.
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I posted this picture of me wearing a suit in the WAYWRN and the guys answer that there are too many things wrong to start with it so... as I need advice and don't want to insist over there, though about posting it here for critic.
I can see (now) that the coat looks big in the chest area and the panst are long. The shirt is really too big for my actual size (I lost a lot of weight after buying it) though it's been tailored so I know I need a new one.
Something else I can't see ?
Should I have the coat tailored or is too big for that?
I still like the tie so please don't tell me it's wrong, too

Thanks!



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Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
I posted this picture of me wearing a suit in the WAYWRN and the guys answer that there are too many things wrong to start with it so... as I need advice and don't want to insist over there, though about posting it here for critic.
I can see (now) that the coat looks big in the chest area and the panst are long. The shirt is really too big for my actual size (I lost a lot of weight after buying it) though it's been tailored so I know I need a new one.
Something else I can't see ?
Should I have the coat tailored or is too big for that?
I still like the tie so please don't tell me it's wrong, too

Thanks!




At a guess: shoulders a bit too wide, button-point a bit too high, jacket a little bit too long, trousers far too long. It's not that bad though, is it?
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I'm going to have to strongly disagree. Too much fabric everywhere. I see shoulder overhang and sleeves cut too wide.

agreed, body seems ok, but shoulders and arms are to billowy- bulk up my man. ditch.........the............tie............now

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Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
I posted this picture of me wearing a suit in the WAYWRN and the guys answer that there are too many things wrong to start with it so... as I need advice and don't want to insist over there, though about posting it here for critic.
I can see (now) that the coat looks big in the chest area and the panst are long. The shirt is really too big for my actual size (I lost a lot of weight after buying it) though it's been tailored so I know I need a new one.
Something else I can't see ?
Should I have the coat tailored or is too big for that?
I still like the tie so please don't tell me it's wrong, too

Thanks!




im not the expert but it seems the pants are a bit long and baggy in the crotch, the jacket sleeves a bit short and the button stance is funny, the jacket just looks off (this could because of how you are standing, good pics are hard to get) and possibly too long. sorry bro it comes from love.
post #8443 of 33462
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Originally Posted by Rob01IV View Post
I have 2 questions...

(1) what is the best fabric to make a suit out of that is conducive for south Florida weather?

(2) how much fabric is needed to make a pair of trousers for someone with a 44-46 waistline?

Linen, cotton, silk.

Depends on inseam, but probably a little over 2 yards. Get 2.5 to be safe.
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agreed, body seems ok, but shoulders and arms are to billowy- bulk up my man. ditch.........the............tie............now



im not the expert but it seems the pants are a bit long and baggy in the crotch, the jacket sleeves a bit short and the button stance is funny, the jacket just looks off (this could because of how you are standing, good pics are hard to get) and possibly too long. sorry bro it comes from love.


Jacket length is fine. Any shorter and it wont cover your rear and you will look ridiculous. Sleeves are a bit too short.
post #8445 of 33462
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Jacket length is fine. Any shorter and it wont cover your rear and you will look ridiculous. Sleeves are a bit too short.

I think the jacket is about an inch too long. Could just be bad posture though.
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