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post #16906 of 29141

Would Saphire Creme Pommadier dark brown be a good match (color wise) for a pair of C&J Hallam dark brown burnished calf?

post #16907 of 29141
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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

It's not just the length that is the issue.  I'm barely a long and have tried to fit into some R's to see how they fit.  The length of the jacket and the sleeves are one issue, but I find the biggest issue for me is that the buttoning point ends up too high and the jacket's fit looks off.  This is what I would be wary about in buying on-line.

Makes perfect sense. I think it was seeing a few great deals out there that clouded my judgment and made me want to find any way possible that it could fit. Thanks for the responses.
post #16908 of 29141

I'm getting a MTM shirt at LS Men's Clothing which is know for making "American" cut suits.

 

Since it's MTM should I have to worry about getting an American cut or will it be slim enough to contour to my body?

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I think you just have to properly communicate your expectations.
post #16910 of 29141
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I think you just have to properly communicate your expectations.

Not as easy as it sounds sometimes!
post #16911 of 29141
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Originally Posted by Essential View Post

I'm getting a MTM shirt at LS Men's Clothing which is know for making "American" cut suits.

Since it's MTM should I have to worry about getting an American cut or will it be slim enough to contour to my body?
I'd assume that even the MTM may lean toward the "American" (a.k.a. fat) cut so if you don't want it to wear like a Hickey Freeman or a Brooks Brothers Madison you need to be pretty explicit up front.
post #16912 of 29141

I am looking to get a few suits made but don't have any clue about fabrics ... suit construction ... no problem ... fabric ... a little bit of a novice.  

 

Question is where can I find good information and once I bone up on that information, what is a good online option to purchase?

post #16913 of 29141

sorry posted a new thread then saw this, I apologize.  My question is darker shade of brown or tan/lighter brown shoes with this suit.

 

http://www.overstock.com/Clothing-Shoes/Kenneth-Cole-Reaction-Mens-Taupe-Stripe-Wool-Suit/3087161/product.html

 

 

As well as any other suggestions to dress shirt color besides light blue and purple.  Thanks

post #16914 of 29141

I'm in the market for a Gloverall duffle coat (mid-length) and I wanted to know how they fit. I'm usually a 36, should I buy 36 or go up or down?

post #16915 of 29141
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Originally Posted by JoeTurner View Post

I'm in the market for a Gloverall duffle coat (mid-length) and I wanted to know how they fit. I'm usually a 36, should I buy 36 or go up or down?

 

I wear mine over suits and sweaters. I'm a 38 and bought a size 38 Gloverall duffle.

post #16916 of 29141

My question is about PRL Custom-Fit Dress Shirts.  I'm looking for something that isn't too long that I can wear untucked cleanly with jeans, the only time I can stand the look of a dress shirt tucked into jeans is when I'm wearing layers.  But I also want the versatility to be able to tuck the shirt in and throw a tie on.  The PRL website says that the custom-fit is "Cut closer to the body, with shorter front and back hems", but how much shorter?!  

 

I know the typical solution to this is buy a "sports shirt," the problem I encounter with that is the medium fits me perfectly in everywhere besides the neck(in every brand, not just RL), almost all sport shirts at 15-15 1/2 neck side at medium and I'm a 16.  I swim in a large.  

 

I don't suit up very often, and dress casual the rest of the time.  That being said I need as much flexibility with my wardrobe as I can get, you know money and all.  It would be very nice to be able to find a coupIe shirts that could fit both bills or jeans and slightly dressed up.  I wouldn't mind any brand recommendations to fit me needs either!  I live near Jackson Premium Outlets in NJ and have RL, J Crew, Brooks Brothers(even their slim shirts are quite baggy), Banana Republic, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger and a few others at my immediate disposal to make up for lack of funds.  

 

This might help,

 

I'm 5'9, 42" chest, 32" waist.  

 

Thanks you!

post #16917 of 29141
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

They were bought online, no way I could notice those stains...
Which shirt looks better? Sorry for the craptastic photo quality.
BB2

BB1

BB1 feels a little tighter in the shoulders. BB2 feels a little too loose.

Bump?
post #16918 of 29141
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post


Bump?

I think your problem is the belt!  BB1 looks a little tight in the shoulders, BB2 looks better but are the sleeves too long or just poorly ironed?  It's hard to really tell without a couple angles!

post #16919 of 29141
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

Bump?

Wash the BB2, you'll be fine.
post #16920 of 29141
Thanks, does that also mean I should stick with buying BB2 shirts in the future?
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