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post #7261 of 28243
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Originally Posted by Navi View Post
I could use some opinions on this suit. I can get it for $250, which is half off the original. Is it too short/"fashion forward"?

Here are pics, its a 36S. I really like it but second opinions are always good.

Also sorry the pics suck, was in a rush to get to work and my phone camera sucks ass.



Side shot looks funky, it didnt look like that normally. Probably because my arm was up. Any feedback is welcome! Thanks

It actually looks fairly decent, with the exception of the right sleeve.

The jacket is short but not remarkably so. Did you also try the 36R?
post #7262 of 28243
Thoughts on this combo?
post #7263 of 28243
I quite like gingham shirts but the smaller the check the more formal, and that check looks too big and informal to be worn with a jacket and tie. The same shirt in a microcheck would look much better.
post #7264 of 28243
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Originally Posted by wetnose View Post
It actually looks fairly decent, with the exception of the right sleeve.

The jacket is short but not remarkably so. Did you also try the 36R?

I would have but they only had 36S and 38S. I could see if a special order would be possible but I kind of like the shortness.
post #7265 of 28243
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Originally Posted by Navi View Post
I could use some opinions on this suit. I can get it for $250, which is half off the original. Is it too short/"fashion forward"?


I don't think it looks short at all, in-fact any longer and it would probably make your legs look short, though the angle of the photo doesn't help (having the camera at waist-heigh is best for judging length issues, so there's minimal perspective distortion).

How tall are you?
post #7266 of 28243
Tuck or not to tuck -- do you agree with this author's perspective, or some but not all points?

http://manofthehouse.com/style-groom...tloud-Outbrain
post #7267 of 28243
Navy knit tie with a white shirt and charcoal suit. Will this look good? I know it looks good with a navy suit, but my navy suit fits like shit. Would it be better with a different color shirt?
post #7268 of 28243
Quote:
Originally Posted by Navi View Post
I could use some opinions on this suit. I can get it for $250, which is half off the original. Is it too short/"fashion forward"?

Here are pics, its a 36S. I really like it but second opinions are always good.

Also sorry the pics suck, was in a rush to get to work and my phone camera sucks ass.





Side shot looks funky, it didnt look like that normally. Probably because my arm was up. Any feedback is welcome! Thanks
It's not fashion forward at all. It is a traditional 2 button suit with standard pockets. The only thing fashion forward would be the double vents.
post #7269 of 28243
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Originally Posted by TRA8324 View Post
Navy knit tie with a white shirt and charcoal suit. Will this look good? I know it looks good with a navy suit, but my navy suit fits like shit. Would it be better with a different color shirt?
About as classic a look as I could think of. The white shirt could be switched out with pale blue. Only problem could be how dark the suit is and it may look a bit bland (Also if the suit was really dark that maybe a problem) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
See this also http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...r-clothes.html
post #7270 of 28243
Considering this item at Yoox. http://www1.yoox.com/item/YOOX/PINO+...X/sts/sr_men80 I don't have anything similar in my wardrobe. Is it a good pickup at this price point? $155
post #7271 of 28243
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post
I don't think it looks short at all, in-fact any longer and it would probably make your legs look short, though the angle of the photo doesn't help (having the camera at waist-heigh is best for judging length issues, so there's minimal perspective distortion).

How tall are you?

I'm 5'11. Most of my R jackets are pretty long on me it seems, so I'm starting to wear S more and more. Maybe its just my personal style and taste changing though.
post #7272 of 28243
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Originally Posted by dieselman89 View Post
It's not fashion forward at all. It is a traditional 2 button suit with standard pockets. The only thing fashion forward would be the double vents.
There's nothing 'fashion forward' about side vents...
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Originally Posted by Navi View Post
I'm 5'11. Most of my R jackets are pretty long on me it seems, so I'm starting to wear S more and more. Maybe its just my personal style and taste changing though.
At 5'11" I would expect you to be wearing R, but these things can vary depending on how long your legs are relative to your torso etc.
post #7273 of 28243
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Originally Posted by dnfuss View Post
Have I got a challenge for you. I want these shoes. Cole-Haan used to sell them under their "Bragano" lines as the "Rivaldi" model. They don't anymore. Does anyone know who made these for Cole-Haan or where I can get something just like this?

Allen Edmond's Bimini shoe is similar. I think it's out of production, but there's a lead for ya.
post #7274 of 28243
Does anyone know what the name of this style of Coat worn by Pete Doherty on the left or where I could possibly get one? I don't even know how I would go about looking for one on the internet. Thanks
LL
post #7275 of 28243
Pete Doherty? On the left? You sure?
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