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Ask A Question, Get An Answer... - Post All Quick Questions Here (Classic menswear)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Master-Classter, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. docka

    docka Senior member

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    What about this?

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  2. mrjester

    mrjester Senior member

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    I'd say it's a bit short for my style.

    But really, it puts you above most other 'real life' people in terms of fit. Looks great.
     
  3. docka

    docka Senior member

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    While we're at it. This is the navy cotton jacket. Keep or return? You can't really see from this angle ,but the length is more traditional compared to the linen jacket.

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  4. docka

    docka Senior member

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    necessary to shorten the cuffs a bit to show some sleeves for a casual jacket?
     
  5. mrjester

    mrjester Senior member

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    There's a floating opinion that casual means less cuff being shown. I show about 1cm of cuff with my jackets, which it looks like from your one sleeve, you're good there. I would leave it all alone. Looks great.

    We can't see things like the back of the neck, collar gap, lapel bowing, etc. with that angle but I'm just saying from this view, it looks good to go.
     
  6. mrjester

    mrjester Senior member

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    This is tits.

    Tits = awesome. Keep it.
     
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    You can see that the length is different, and that's a great fit. Keep it for sure.
     
  8. jrd617

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    What companies have rebadged C&J shoes?

    All I can think of are:

    Brooks Brothers
    Ralph Lauren
    Ben Silver
    Gordon Scott (in the past)
    Shipton & Heneage (in the past)
    New & Lingwood (in the past)​

    Are there any others?
     
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  9. tennesseean_87

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    Are they the ones who did Polo Benchmade in England? Did anyone else do those?
     
  10. seersuckersuit

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    Am I allowed to wear a shirt with BD collar with a couple buttons unbuttoned? (Not the collar buttons)
     
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  11. YRR92

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    If you button the top button, you're either way cooler than I am or way less cool (hint: it's the second one). If you unbutton more than the top two buttons, you're Magnum PI.
     
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  12. seersuckersuit

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    Thanks for your help
     
  13. donjuan17

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    Definitely keep. You said this was a Zara jacket?
     
  14. docka

    docka Senior member

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    The linen jacket is a Zara jacket. This is a Jcrew jacket.
     
  15. donjuan17

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    Ah that'll do it.
    Thanks and wear in good health.
     
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    I can picture this with some dark raw denim and tan or walnut dress shoes.
    I think a better suggestion could be made if you told us what you've got.
     
  18. seersuckersuit

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    I'm actually looking to purchase new prices of clothing
     
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    What payment methods are accepted on Styeforums.net and when buying exotic leather such as croc/gator leather good that are being shipped to USA, should a US Wild Fish & Wild life permit be filled out or have the seller mark as embossed leather?
     
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    George Cleverley RTW and Gives & Hawkes of Savile Row have both have their shoes made by C&J, in the past and currently, to my knowledge.
     

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