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post #15016 of 28512

Hello,

 

I have a question about dress shirt fit in the shoulders.  I've searched around, but I couldn't find an answer to this specific question.

 

What is considered the "end" of the shoulder?  Where does the shoulder end and the upper arm begin?  I've been going by the end of my clavicle, but this is a good inch and half short of where the seam would lie if I just drew a line up from the broadest point of my upper arms.

 

Thanks for any input.

post #15017 of 28512
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Originally Posted by BK Pogue View Post

Hello,

 

I have a question about dress shirt fit in the shoulders.  I've searched around, but I couldn't find an answer to this specific question.

 

What is considered the "end" of the shoulder?  Where does the shoulder end and the upper arm begin?  I've been going by the end of my clavicle, but this is a good inch and half short of where the seam would lie if I just drew a line up from the broadest point of my upper arms.

 

Thanks for any input.

 

I've always believed the end was where the Acromioclavicular joint is. That is the little bump on the shoulder, about 1/2'' from the end of your shoulder.

post #15018 of 28512

Where do you gents like to purchase your dress shirts (Isaia, Borelli, etc)  from, Online or shops?

post #15019 of 28512
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Where do you gents like to purchase your dress shirts (Isaia, Borelli, etc)  from, Online or shops?

Shopthefinest.com has some good deals on shirts.
post #15020 of 28512

Gentlemen,

 

what is a good shoe to anchor a new wardrobe with?

 

I'd like one that will go with as much as possible.

 

Thank you!!

post #15021 of 28512
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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

Gentlemen,

what is a good shoe to anchor a new wardrobe with?

I'd like one that will go with as much as possible.

Thank you!!

Dark brown punch captoe. What is your budget?
post #15022 of 28512
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Dark brown punch captoe. What is your budget?

no more than 350 USD.  AE?

post #15023 of 28512
That's probably your only option.
post #15024 of 28512
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

That's probably your only option.

They've got some wingtip boots that I like VERY much, would those work or are they too "country"?

post #15025 of 28512
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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

They've got some wingtip boots that I like VERY much, would those work or are they too "country"?

 I'd probably go with the Strand in Dark Brown, to stick with the previous recommendations. While a wingtip boot is certainly a nice shoe, it won't really serve as an "anchor" in your shoe wardrobe.

post #15026 of 28512
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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

They've got some wingtip boots that I like VERY much, would those work or are they too "country"?

They are going to stand out much more. I am not sure what you are dressing for though. I hope that you have other shoes in rotation. You really shouldn't be looking to wear literally one pair of shoes every day. It is horrible for shoes.
post #15027 of 28512
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Originally Posted by Off My Rack View Post

 I'd probably go with the Strand in Dark Brown, to stick with the previous recommendations. While a wingtip boot is certainly a nice shoe, it won't really serve as an "anchor" in your shoe wardrobe.

Honestly, I would do the 5th ave in dark brown.
post #15028 of 28512
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


They are going to stand out much more. I am not sure what you are dressing for though. I hope that you have other shoes in rotation. You really shouldn't be looking to wear literally one pair of shoes every day. It is horrible for shoes.

 

I'm a noob here at SF but not completely numb.
My father taught me about how to care for shoes/clothing etc and I've always done pretty well style-wise just not to the exacting standards I've seen since joing this august company.
I've got cordovan loafers and wingtips, and some black Cole-Haan semi-square toed shoes that I hardly wear now that I've seen the vitriol poured upon them here and some Justin Roper and Lucchese cowboy boots, both black.
I like the Strand and the 5th ave, will probably go with the 5th ave as its more conservative.
Thank you both!!
post #15029 of 28512
Wrong thread.
post #15030 of 28512
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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

 

I'm a noob here at SF but not completely numb.
My father taught me about how to care for shoes/clothing etc and I've always done pretty well style-wise just not to the exacting standards I've seen since joing this august company.
I've got cordovan loafers and wingtips, and some black Cole-Haan semi-square toed shoes that I hardly wear now that I've seen the vitriol poured upon them here and some Justin Roper and Lucchese cowboy boots, both black.
I like the Strand and the 5th ave, will probably go with the 5th ave as its more conservative.
Thank you both!!

 Definitely the 5th Ave. to add to the current collection. you seem to have the casual end covered for now.

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