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Could the following fabric (linen) be successfully used as a sportcoat (ignoring grey sportcoat hate) or is it too suit-y? (it's from a suit, but I really want to wear the jacket separately)

 

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Could the following fabric (linen) be successfully used as a sportcoat (ignoring grey sportcoat hate) or is it too suit-y?

It's totally fine. I could see it working great with black, tan or even white trousers.
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Could the following fabric (linen) be successfully used as a sportcoat (ignoring grey sportcoat hate) or is it too suit-y? (it's from a suit, but I really want to wear the jacket separately)
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IMO, that would make a spectacular sportcoat.
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Thanks guys, pulled the trigger.

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Oops. Nuke this.


Edited by riverflow - 9/15/14 at 5:19am
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Looking for a pair of casual-ish boots for the winter that can take some slop. Seen this offering from eastland and the like. Does anyone know how they hold up? Also looking at some stuff from wolverine etc. This would be to replace tims or to relegate them to truly crap weather shoes. Trying not to spend too much.

These are from oak street bootmakers:

 

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I'm considering a MTM shirt based on the measurements of my best fitting shirt, which happens to be darted. There's probably a logical reason that this won't work or else it would have turned up in my searches, but is it possible to specify different measurements for the front and back panels in order to mimic taper of the darts? I'm specifically looking at Luxire, who appear to be willing to take on just about any request.

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I'm considering a MTM shirt based on the measurements of my best fitting shirt, which happens to be darted. There's probably a logical reason that this won't work or else it would have turned up in my searches, but is it possible to specify different measurements for the front and back panels in order to mimic taper of the darts? I'm specifically looking at Luxire, who appear to be willing to take on just about any request.

You can just send Luxire the shirt and they'll replicate the measurements exactly.

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Originally Posted by dpav View Post

I'm considering a MTM shirt based on the measurements of my best fitting shirt, which happens to be darted. There's probably a logical reason that this won't work or else it would have turned up in my searches, but is it possible to specify different measurements for the front and back panels in order to mimic taper of the darts? I'm specifically looking at Luxire, who appear to be willing to take on just about any request.
Yes, you can specify different front/back widths. Just use the comment field.
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Who makes these sunglasses
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So I'll begin with a brief introduction to my situation and the reason I am here. I am a pretty passive person, I'm 21 years of age a slim but athletic build I stand 6 ft tall and have short sometimes buzzed hair. I was recently involved in an altercation with a member of the public after a disagreement concerning our contrasting views on a subject that could be debated until the end of time. As stated I am a passive person and so was in shock that it escalated to the point where I had to defend myself from an oncoming attack.

I would like to add that I am also pierced having two 20mm plugs in my ears with a silver ring above each this has lead to me being portrayed as quite the barbarian in the local media.

I am now due to appear in the crown court to defend myself as the so called victim claims I attacked him and would like to ask your opinions on what I should avoid in terms of bond villain suits and what I should make sure to wear so as to look as innocent as I am.

Currently I have a mid grey suit with a slightly darker waistcoat and black or dark red paisley tie paired with oxblood brouges and matching belt and white shirt also I have a black suit with a black waistcoat which has unfortunately a pin stripe pattern running down it I know this doesn't match the suit but fortunately the stripes are very thin and faint, I have a pair of ankle high black brouges to match the suit and a white pocket square.

I understand this is not a law forum but am interested in some style tips as when I do wear a suit I like to appear well put together and am a bit unsure of what I have being suitable.

I will update with photos tomorrow as I am currently out. Many thanks.
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Don't wear a waistcoat. Simple gray 2 piece is fine. Keep it simple. White shirt and as plain a navy tie as possible.
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Can someone help me identify these shoes and where I can buy them in the UK plox?

 

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thanks you

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Hi All,

 

Besides Carmina, any other decent mens shoe boutiques/shops in Barcelona? My wife and I are here visiting for the next 3 nights thanks!

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