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wiredpotato

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New interview suit. Please critique. Sorry for the dirty mirror.
 

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Looks okay to me. Consider adding back and side pictures so other can critique more accurately. Oh, and please clean mirrors before taking pix.
 

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Sorry about the mirror. My phone's camera isn't functioning very well anymore, so I can't upload new pictures anytime soon. Any other comments on fit? Thanks
 

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Looks pretty good to me. This is, at the very least, passable. You'd need back and side shots with better lighting to get a more in-depth critique (read: reeming) from more experienced members.
 

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A little too tight in the chest and front balance may be short (would explain the high buttoning point and closed quarters).
 

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good enough, good luck witht he interview
 

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Looks nice on you.
 

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Clean the mirror
 

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Originally Posted by mafoofan
A little too tight in the chest and front balance may be short (would explain the high buttoning point and closed quarters).

engrish prease
 

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TheFoo

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Originally Posted by Rugger
engrish prease

Imagine a jacket viewed from the side. It's front should have a convex curvature. This curvature can vary by depth and length. If it is too short compared to the wearer's torso, the jacket will ride up. It's buttoning point will be raised and it's quarters will close.
 

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