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post #15031 of 28247
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Originally Posted by Off My Rack View Post

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

Thank you!

 

I've also found a man here in Portland who does Coppley MTM so that's my next big purchase.

 

I'll be sure to post fit pics so I get what's coming to me!

post #15032 of 28247
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Honestly, I would do the 5th ave in dark brown.

Likewise I think a captoe is more versatile.
post #15033 of 28247

I'd lean towards the 38. The shoulders on the 40 are quite large.

 

However, I simply don't like the look of the shoulders on this coat. The seam is at an odd location, and that throws everything off. It may be helpful to have you actually tuck the shirt in - with the untucked shirt it looks like the buttoning point is a bit high. Tucking in the shirt can give a better reference point (actually seeing where your trousers sit) and people would have an easier time critiquing certain aspects of the fit.

post #15034 of 28247

Hey guys, got a question for ya.

 

Summer's coming up, and I need a new pair of shoes that pretty much goes to match into alot of outfits.
I'll mostly be wearing chinos shorts with a shirt, or a t-shirt/polo. Might even use jeans but not as much.
Currently I have a pair of these http://img.tradera.com/images/041/142193041_1.jpg sorta, and would like to have something more summery/cooly.

 

All help appreciated

post #15035 of 28247
Crockett and Jones loafer?

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post #15036 of 28247

Yeah I was thinking likewise, but then I'd have 2 pair of brown shoes and no other color. Isn't that somewhat of a waste? I really like brown shoes but does it fit to many outfits?

post #15037 of 28247

Definitely a loafer. But seeing as how the shoes pictured are eccos, I'm guessing those are out of his price range. What's the budget?

post #15038 of 28247

Spot on mate, my budget is not as wide as I am 18 y/o and studying. 
I'd like to have as cheap as possibe, but can range up to about 90 euros.

post #15039 of 28247
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Originally Posted by Namehere2 View Post

Yeah I was thinking likewise, but then I'd have 2 pair of brown shoes and no other color. Isn't that somewhat of a waste? I really like brown shoes but does it fit to many outfits?

If you are dressing casually I see no reason to wear black shoes. Especially loafers.
post #15040 of 28247

Spot on. My budget is far away from the loafer up there (checked the price up). My budget would range up to 90 euros max, but I'd love to find a cheap nice pair since I'm 18 and studying, no income really.

 

 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


If you are dressing casually I see no reason to wear black shoes. Especially loafers.

Okey, so no loafers, why? And why not black? Seen some people pull it off nicely, but when I think about it maybe they might have not dressed casually.
Sorry for the questions but I'm relatively new to this fashion thing. 
post #15041 of 28247

Brown fits pretty much any outfit, especially more casual outfits. You'll find that many people on this forum don't own a black shoe.

post #15042 of 28247
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Originally Posted by cammy035 View Post

Size 40 Blazer:

40-1.jpg40-2.jpg40-3.jpg40-5.jpg40-4.jpg40-6.jpg40-7.jpg40-8.jpg

 

Check out what a tailor would take for "shortening" the shoulder-width by like an inch or so, and If you think it's worth it then take this one.

Not much else I think needs to be altered

 

 

EDIT: but I agree with what someone else said, that the shoulders on both jackets look a bit odd

post #15043 of 28247

Look for a driving loafer. If you're 18, it'll fit your age well. It won't last long, but that's true for pretty much anything within your budget.

post #15044 of 28247

Thanks Offmyrack - I'll take some more pictures with the shirt tucked in, and a few with all three buttons buttoned up as well. Thanks for your opinion on the blazer, too. 

post #15045 of 28247
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Originally Posted by Namehere2 View Post

Spot on. My budget is far away from the loafer up there (checked the price up). My budget would range up to 90 euros max, but I'd love to find a cheap nice pair since I'm 18 and studying, no income really.


Black is fine for dress shoes. Loafers are casual shoes. So a black loafer would have an identity crisis.
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