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itsstillmatt

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Now remember, this is how it looks after sitting in meetings for four hours this morning, so there are a few wrinkles (and yes, I know the belt is askew).
 

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nice color and pattern matching. however, the shirt looks a tad too tight in the belly area.
 

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Originally Posted by darkoak
nice color and pattern matching. however, the shirt looks a tad too tight in the belly area.
Actually, those are the wrinkles of a linen shirt from sitting for hours on end..
 

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Nice shirt Matt. It's a little too fitted for my taste but if you're comfortable in it, I don't think it looks bad. I really like the collar though. I am guessing either Barba or Finamore.
 

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Originally Posted by iammatt
Actually, those are the wrinkles of a linen shirt from sitting for hours on end..
I think it looks a little tight in that area too. I'd increase shoulder width slightly. Is that a linen/cotton blend? It reminds me of my Finnamore.
 

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The shoulder is magnificent.

I'd love to see it with your coat.
 

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Very good fit. The collar has a bit more tie space than I like, but that's a personal preference.
 

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I think it looks great. I prefer the fitted look, I also agree the shoulders look superb
What company is it made by, if you don't mind me asking?

Gene
 

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Originally Posted by kali77
I think it looks great. I prefer the fitted look, I also agree the shoulders look superb
What company is it made by, if you don't mind me asking?

Gene

Matuozzo
 

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The collar has a bit more tie space than I like, but that's a personal preference.
I was going to say the same thing but overall it is a nice shirt and looks like a great fit.

Who makes the jacket?
 

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Looks excellent! If the shirt doesn't feel tight -- all the better. If it feels a little tight, it could be a little wider in the shoulder and back (or perhaps different darting) and it would still look great.
 

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That's one good looking shirt. Shoulders are nice, if perhaps a tad (quarter inch?) too tight. I wouldn't touch the rest, if you're comfortable with it.
 

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Shoulders look short to me, and it does look like there's some pulling around lowest visible button...
 

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OK, here it is tucked in. I would hat to work around any of you guys.
 

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