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    Wow body proportions is fascinating. The 38 fits fairly well with only mild tailoring. I do wish the shoulders would be 1/4 inch narrower. Based on that, I think the medium would work for you if you wear 40.
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    Now time to ask for some opinions! Thanks in advance. Menswear novice here who is looking to build out a small wardrobe. I work in a professional setting where most people dress on the casual side, so I'm leaning towards the casual spectrum of menswear. A BROWN fall/winter sports coat seems...
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    There have been some questions about fit on the Chunky Cardigan, so I thought I would post my experience as I ordered in both the SMALL and MEDIUM. I wear 38R contemporary sports coat. I'm 173cm (5 foot 8?) and around 75kg (165lbs?) Because they are so chunky, I think it's all about...
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    Thanks for the reply! The Bottoli green donegal isn't may not be the most versatile but as green is one of my colours, I have added this to my rotation. Due to this, I think a brown tweed is probably a good next as step as it is quite versatile (as per the permanent style article that was...
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    Looks great! I'm waiting on my navy to arrive here. I ordered in both a small and medium as I wasn't sure on my sizing and returns are so easy.
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    I am in a similar situation as the original poster you responded to. I have added a navy hopsack and green Donegal sport coat. Based on your advice, I'm really thinking of a dark brown herringbone. Any word on if SM will drop any RTW for this season? There very appealing options on their MTO...
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    I have only recently started wearing mid rise so wearing trousers just below my belly button is new. So do SM trousers sit lower than other brands high rise? Yes, I started to realize that I'm standing out at my work place so trying to figure out where I can dial back a bit.
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    I wore side tab high rise with double pleats flannel trousers yesterday and I felt very much like Urkel yesterday. The jacket wasn't worn 95% of the day yesterday as I was in the office. I'll have to see if I can get used to it. How many times did you try the trousers before moving on?
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    Thanks! I didn't need much more convincing! I ordered in the cream cords. Was planning to sleep on it but one of the two sizes I was planning on already sold out. Hope the 32 slim fits! I've read through some thread but not all, anyone with the navy or green Donegal sports coats? I'm thinking...
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    I'm new to menswear but I'm very tempted to try out the cream corduroys trousers. Any advice, opinions? It seems like it would be easy to match and might be a good fit for my casual tailoring style I'm going for. Ie cream cords, Navy donegal blazer, longwings/PTBs, OCBD/denim shirt, no tie.
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    I'm very new to the world of tailoring, so I am learning to see how detailed orientated to get about fit, etc. This is the contemporary - 38R. I guess an option would be to try the 40 in slim..... Thanks! That's another way of how I would put it. My shoulder natural position is to bit back...
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    Thanks for the quote by jefferyd. Makes sense as the Neapolitan jacket which is 0.2 inches larger in shoulder width than the non-Neo jacket which I happen to be trying for the first time. I put on the jacket again and noticed that I can the divots disappear when my shoulders are in slight...
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    Thanks! That is a great suggestion, I will look into doing that before I consider a return.
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    Thanks! I'm leaning towards the shoulder width causing this. A bummer as I'm thinking of returning it now. Is there a difference in the shoulder structure between this and their Neapolitan? Shoulder width is 0.2 inch larger on the Neo and I find that my Neo jacket doesn't do this.
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    Hoping to get some quick advice on fit, please This is their navy hopsack jacket in their non-Neapolitan cut. Sleeves to be shortened but can't figure out what is going with the shoulders with the dimpling? Also, I
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    Been waiting for a sale on Navy Hopsack.... ordered.
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    Ideas for lounging-around-the-house clothes that are comfortable but not too slobbish?

    I'll be going in a different direction but I discovered performance denim/pants. Particularly the ones that are designed for movement. Du/er is a Canadian brand that I have a few items from. The stretch fabric and gussets and other features is great for when I'm around the house and chasing my...
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    Fall journey into menswear, advice most welcome.

    your opinion is most welcome! I'm planning a Brown Herringbone Tweed will be my first fall jacket as it seems so easy to pair with grey flannel. I'm becoming less drawn to a grey tweed jacket as a starter piece. Agreed, with that a modest shortening can work but anything excessive will cause...
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    Looking for Chino brands

    Wow at that price, worth it just to see if fit works out.

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