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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.

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    Really great suit. In the future, it would be great if you could crop the photos some so we could see your outfit better.
     
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    Agreed, both fit and fabric look spectacular. Would love to see more.
     
  4. ericgereghty

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    If I had to wear a uniform, I'd be perfectly content with a closet full of this. Fannnnnntastic
     
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    Really great suit. In the future, it would be great if you could crop the photos some so we could see your outfit better.[/quote]




    Really? You guys don't think it's too long? It looks to me that he has pretty long arms, and the jacket length was set relative to them instead of relative to his body. Makes his legs look disproportionately short to my eye. Also, the waist suppression seems either excessive or misplaced, giving a very hippy look to the jacket.
     
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    Really? You guys don't think it's too long? It looks to me that he has pretty long arms, and the jacket length was set relative to them instead of relative to his body. Makes his legs look disproportionately short to my eye. Also, the waist suppression seems either excessive or misplaced, giving a very hippy look to the jacket.[/QUOTE]

    Yes, I did think about how long it was. In my opinion, too long. Interesting comment about the waist suppression - didn't notice it until now but I see it. I think the waist suppression problem is exacerbated by length.
     
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    This jacket has quickly become my personal favourite for fall/winter season. I really love the colour and the pattern and how versatile it actually is.

    It pulls a little around the button right now, but I'm working on it and hopefully soon there will be no need to let it out [​IMG]
     
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    Awesome
     
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    Nice suit but I wish you wore a tie rather than a bowtie
     
  12. BeraQueezy

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    This jacket has quickly become my personal favourite for fall/winter season. I really love the colour and the pattern and how versatile it actually is.

    It pulls a little around the button right now, but I'm working on it and hopefully soon there will be no need to let it out [​IMG]

    Hello,

    Great jacket. I have it also. I believe it's one of Suitsupply's best. Can look great with a slim jean, and a turtleneck too! Compliments.
     
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    And Harris Tweed...
     
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    Taking things Mad Men style with my latest pick up: corduroy tattersall waistcoat with a knit backing (for stretch!)
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    1960's ivy sack suit (eBay), 50's? corduroy tattersall vest, Brooks Brothers shirt (thrifted), 1930's tie (eBay), AE shoes (eBay)

    I'm not a fan of the typical brown or grey tweed odd vests that guys typically wear to look "vintage". I think patterns like tattersall are the best way to get that old school effect!

    As always, feel free to read my blog for my thoughts on tattersall waistcoats!
     
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