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post #23071 of 57165
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


I picked up nice a solid plain brown silk knit square end tie for $2 , bit too skinny form me I think, at the same opshop I picked up a great French Blue and Light Bleu horizontal stripes Canali knitted silk square end tie last week for $2

Pics or it didn't happen.

 

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post #23072 of 57165
I'd like to hear from others on how they wear trousers with respect to overall length, where it sits on the waist or hips, preference for pleats or flat fronts, cuffs or not. A well-fitting jacket is straightforward enough but a well-proportioned and clean trouser, that is a sight to behold.
post #23073 of 57165
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

I'd like to hear from others on how they wear trousers with respect to overall length, where it sits on the waist or hips, preference for pleats or flat fronts, cuffs or not. A well-fitting jacket is straightforward enough but a well-proportioned and clean trouser, that is a sight to behold.

1.5" below my belly button
Flat front
Cuffs
No break
post #23074 of 57165
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

Not a great fan of STBs.
Have the Carminas pictured above and they're nice enough though.

What size are you? smile.gif
post #23075 of 57165
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

I'd like to hear from others on how they wear trousers with respect to overall length, where it sits on the waist or hips, preference for pleats or flat fronts, cuffs or not. A well-fitting jacket is straightforward enough but a well-proportioned and clean trouser, that is a sight to behold.

I like cuffs only on heavy flannel. Howard Yount is pretty much all I wear these days so flat front and rise is as they come (medium I think). Always a 31" inseam, which is more of a break than is SF approved, but imo the no break look is only good when you are standing perfectly still.
post #23076 of 57165
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

... which is more of a break than is SF approved, but imo the no break look is only good when you are standing perfectly still.

I find that I am only comfortable with zero break on casual ensembles...
post #23077 of 57165
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post


I find that I am only comfortable with zero break on casual ensembles...

Agreed.

 

For once.

post #23078 of 57165
fellas been to Azzaro lately? thinking about going down to get some of them Sartoria Italias or Antichis on sale. wondering if there are any solid non fugly ones left in 36/46 size.
post #23079 of 57165
Knit tie selfie:

post #23080 of 57165
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

Knit tie selfie:

Any of those beauties left for sale, tobiasj?
post #23081 of 57165
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post

I find that I am only comfortable with zero break on casual ensembles...
Same here, and I agree with Tobias that no break tends to only good while standing, not while walking (especially when you're 6"2 like me). That's not to say I like excessive break either, just a single one on the shoe is good.

Cheers
post #23082 of 57165
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Originally Posted by zachary12 View Post

Any of those beauties left for sale, tobiasj?

Yep! I'll PM you.
post #23083 of 57165
Bunch of single-break pussies in this thread. Zero break = alpha as fuck.
post #23084 of 57165
Zero break = Pee Wee Herman when your my height
post #23085 of 57165

i think no break looks better when more of a taper and nice shoes/socks :)

 

I wear my pants about 1 inch below belly button (mid height i hate low rise) and generally a 2inch cuff on my suits and i roll my casual pants.

 

I wear flat front and have a pair of single pleat

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