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post #16336 of 52377
One of the dudes on here who goes to Pitti should drop in on Mr Albizzati sometime, see if they can get something going...
post #16337 of 52377
I don't know if this is a particularly good ad for Mr Johnson's tailoring:

http://ethandesu.com/post/28960081229/pj-in-pj-arnys-and-superga
post #16338 of 52377
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

I don't know if this is a particularly good ad for Mr Johnson's tailoring:
http://ethandesu.com/post/28960081229/pj-in-pj-arnys-and-superga

I am probably biased but I think that Tom pulls off the casual suit look much more effortlessly then Pat...
post #16339 of 52377
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

I don't know if this is a particularly good ad for Mr Johnson's tailoring:
http://ethandesu.com/post/28960081229/pj-in-pj-arnys-and-superga

+1 Looks like a sack of you know what.
post #16340 of 52377
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post

I am probably biased but I think that Tom pulls off the casual suit look much more effortlessly then Pat...

I think Pat tends to go a wee bit too tight on everything.
post #16341 of 52377

No, but I'm happy for you to tell me what it means?

post #16342 of 52377
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

I think Pat tends to go a wee bit too tight on everything.

agreed. doesn't look good in my view
post #16343 of 52377
I could see Superga's (or any canvas shoe) working with an un-structured cotton suit with a polo underneath, In summer but don't imagine it to ever work with a shirt and tie. Winter calls for proper lace up shoes or at the very least some chukka's if you want to casualize it. IMO of course.
post #16344 of 52377
FWIW, Pat is someone who likes to mess with so-called convention, push the envelope a little and see what happens.

When he wants to, he can go ultra-CBD sharp. Occasionally however, he enjoys putting something out there that makes people go: What the heck??!!

It's just who he is.

Personally, having dealt with him on multiple occasions, I think he's a really nice guy with passion for his craft and an excellent sense of humour.
post #16345 of 52377

I dont mind it. Its not a look for everyone (i wouldnt be able to pull it off) but i reckon good on him for pushing the "rules".

 

Ive seen him in the jacket, has plenty of movement .. i think it was just pulling on the button 

post #16346 of 52377
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Originally Posted by Sceps View Post

No, but I'm happy for you to tell me what it means?

The number equates to you chest circumferance in inches - so if you have a 44 inch chest you should, in theory, wear a size 44 suit.

As body shape and cut of suit vary considerably, this should be taken as a rough guide only. With your proportions I would think a 44 may be too big for you, but if you go down a size, you could need some alterations in the jacket.
post #16347 of 52377
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

FWIW, Pat is someone who likes to mess with so-called convention, push the envelope a little and see what happens.
When he wants to, he can go ultra-CBD sharp. Occasionally however, he enjoys putting something out there that makes people go: What the heck??!!
It's just who he is.
Personally, having dealt with him on multiple occasions, I think he's a really nice guy with passion for his craft and an excellent sense of humour.

+1 what C.E.P. said

post #16348 of 52377
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

I dont mind it. Its not a look for everyone (i wouldnt be able to pull it off) but i reckon good on him for pushing the "rules".

Ive seen him in the jacket, has plenty of movement .. i think it was just pulling on the button 

Just going by the pic it looks way too tight - not just button pulling, but the lapels are bowing out. But that might be the look he is going for I guess.
post #16349 of 52377
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

FWIW, Pat is someone who likes to mess with so-called convention, push the envelope a little and see what happens.
When he wants to, he can go ultra-CBD sharp. Occasionally however, he enjoys putting something out there that makes people go: What the heck??!!
It's just who he is.
Personally, having dealt with him on multiple occasions, I think he's a really nice guy with passion for his craft and an excellent sense of humour.

Good on him. Great to see people with this attitude. The only issue I have is that if he is pushing the boat out, the clothes should at least look like they fit. To me he occasionally (stress occasionally) undermines his effort to catch the eye by wearing something that actually looks poorly tailored.
post #16350 of 52377
I shudder to think of the beatdown that Jaypee would hand out if one of us posted a photo of ourselves wearing a too-tight DB suit with white Supergas

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