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Critique my shirt...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by itsstillmatt, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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  2. A Y

    A Y Senior member

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    Matt,

    Is that RTW Matuozzo, MTM, or custom? I like your jacket more than the shirt, though. [​IMG]

    --Andre
     
  3. Cocophone

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    I think your posture in the first photo is throwing off the fit of your shirt. It looks like you are slumping instead of standing straight.
     
  4. whnay.

    whnay. Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Matt,

    Is that RTW Matuozzo, MTM, or custom? I like your jacket more than the shirt, though. [​IMG]

    --Andre

    I believe its bespoke.
     
  5. Despos

    Despos Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Shirt is well cut . For my taste I would trim the sleeves a bit to match the trim body. I understand it has a bit of fullness at the top of sleeve but I think it could be trimmed down a bit the entire length of the arm. Collar does not look well balanced.
     
  6. Soph

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    Pros:
    Lovely shoulder work
    Fits very well and ideal for under a jacket
    Nice Pattern
    The jacket is elite

    Cons:
    I don't like that collar
    I don't like the knot you tied, is that a dimple? rounded like the English?
    Your belt is off in the first photo[​IMG]
    No pocket square

    Overall, I love the fit of the shirt and the shoulders are bellissimo!
    Jacket Kiton? or Rubinacci?(sp?)


    Requests:
    1. Side shot of the shoulder work would be in order.
    2. Shot of the Lattanzi's that match that belt
     
  7. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Pros: Lovely shoulder work Fits very well and ideal for under a jacket Nice Pattern The jacket is elite
    Thanks!
    I don't like the knot much either, but I literally jumped up from my desk and decided to take a pic. It looks like shit and makes the collar look bad. The collar is actually really, really nice, but the tie not being pulled up kind of ruins it. I admit it.... I work for a living[​IMG] Pocket square is in breast pocket but fell down.
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG] Edit: replaced pictures with slightly neater ones [​IMG]
     
  8. Artisan Fan

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    Ooooooh Lattanzi. [​IMG] Drool.

    Not going to post the Jacket brand? Inquiring minds want to know. [​IMG]
     
  9. Dragon

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    Very nice shirt and nice fit overall. I actually prefer the amount of tie space on that shirt too, but with your small knot it does not fit.
     
  10. horton

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    I like the collar too. Only problem was tie wasn't pulled up enough.

    I'd be real interested to know if this was RTW. If it is, the fit is all the more amazing.
     
  11. Soph

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    Yes, with the proper knot size with dimple it would probably elevate your look considerably and do the collar justice.

    Is that a Kiton jacket?
    or is it the Rubinacci?
    MTM?
    Bespoke?

    I hate your shoes!
    (because they're not mine[​IMG])

    As a side note, I wore last friday:

    Luciano Barbera by Attolini 99.9 Silk Dark Navy 3 buttton sport coat
    Blue Borrelli Dress Shirt
    Navy 7 fold unlined Navy Attolini Tie
    Borrelli dark charcoal pants
    And Vass U last Cognac 3 eyelet london

    --Special nod to Despos as my jackets and pants have never ft better, the guy even tilts the narrow Borrelli pants to get the mid atlantic version cuffless break. A tricky detail, but its all in the details.

    ***
    I think your overall color scheme is PerfectO!
    And the quality, I'm jealous.

    Request:
    1. Tie a knot with dimple that compliments that collar and give us a pic with pocket square in jacket, and pics with the Lattanzi's included.
    Who makes the pants? Kiton?
     
  12. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Yes, with the proper knot size with dimple it would probably elevate your look considerably and do the collar justice.

    Is that a Kiton jacket?
    or is it the Rubinacci?
    MTM?
    Bespoke?

    I hate your shoes!
    (because they're not mine[​IMG])

    As a side note, I wore last friday:

    Luciano Barbera by Attolini 99.9 Silk Dark Navy 3 buttton sport coat
    Blue Borrelli Dress Shirt
    Navy 7 fold unlined Navy Attolini Tie
    Borrelli dark charcoal pants
    And Vass U last Cognac 3 eyelet london

    --Special nod to Despos as my jackets and pants have never ft better, the guy even tilts the narrow Borrelli pants to get the mid atlantic version cuffless break. A tricky detail, but its all in the details.

    ***
    I think your overall color scheme is PerfectO!
    And the quality, I'm jealous.

    Request:
    1. Tie a knot with dimple that compliments that collar and give us a pic with pocket square in jacket, and pics with the Lattanzi's included.
    Who makes the pants? Kiton?



    Are you writing a fucking dissertation?[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. Soph

    Soph Senior member

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    Are you writing a fucking dissertation?[​IMG] [​IMG]

    --- Essentially I have been, sorry I'll go bench something to bust me out of the corporate groove.[​IMG]

    Go take some photos already. And get Silvano to make you some brown ankle boots.
     
  14. Tomasso

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    Are you writing a fucking dissertation?[​IMG] [​IMG]

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  15. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Senior member

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    Nice-looking shirt. To add to the few issues mentioned, the collar might be a bit tight.
     
  16. rnoldh

    rnoldh Senior member

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    I've just joined in at the end of thread without reading previous posts. It looks great on you. Fitted shirts work well if one is built for it. If one is not(like me) then it does not. Anyway, who made it?
     
  17. Lord Byron

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    That is a very nice shirt. I'd heard Anna Matuozzo was very good.
    This confirms it. It fits like bespoke. Did you go to Naples? If so,
    I'd love to hear about the experience.
     
  18. kali77

    kali77 Senior member

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    Matuozzo

    Here you go.

    ooops a little late.
     

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