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Elegant cut 3-roll-2, double vents, little shoulder padding, high armholes, hand stitching everywhere, an amazing staple that I simply outgrew. Trousers are single pleated.
Sleeve length: 24" (non-functioning, 2" to let)
So I'd like to get your guys' expert opinion my outfit for an interview: (civil engineering, meeting with all levels of engineers and supervisors. Job itself would be working out in the field if that matters.
Suit: Napoli Navy
Shirt: white button. French cuffs seems too much?
Classic black captoe dress shoes. Goodyear-welted shoes that are perfect for weddings, job interviews, or any formal occasion. These are a staple style from Allen Edmonds in a US 10D. I don't wear them enough because they are just a bit too narrow and my style skews more toward streetwear these...
NEW Made in Italy for Ralph Lauren Black Label.
Classic solid navy staple suit.
100% Wool fabric.
Unfinished Trouser Hem
US 40 / EU 50
Chest 20 1/2"
Sleeve 25 1/2"
BOC 29 3/4"
Brand new with...
When I first joined Styleforum and listed my location as Seoul, I got several messages in rapid succession asking about B&Tailor. At the time, I had no idea who they were. About a year later, I finally stumbled upon their fantastic tumblr, this providing the impetus to finally get some stuff...