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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
^ Who make those shoes? C&J?
I don't love the shirt, but boy I think higher rise pair of pants would improve this A LOT.
Those sleeve look like they are sliding up your arm. Not sure how high your hands are, but those sleeve seem to be a miss-fit.
That is a nice looking coat. Nice cloth.
If that's the case, then either the shirt cuffs are too large in girth or the jackets sleeves are too narrow.
Oh good lord.
This kind of criticism is pure SF gold.
Romeo, you'd benefit from a wider spread collar as those collar points don't touch your revers and it is jarring.
Hey guys, I just wanna say that this is my first post here so sorry if I am doing something wrong. I am currenty 19 years old and have started changing my wardrobe from teenage-nigga-baggy to something sharp. I am buying my clothes piece by piece and I am slowly making a new wardrobe.
On these photos I wear T.M. Lewin shirt (taken in sides by a tailor) and navy chinos. I am going to take the chinos to a tailor to shorten the legs, because they are definitely too long. Maybe I will ask him to slim the whole pants a little bit. Thanks for your comments.
^ except for the pants legs (which you already addressed) this is a really good start
welcome to SF SlimJohny
You're lucky to have such a slim figure, I am always convinced it is easier to buy clothes for slim people that people with a bit of a stomach (me).
If you're interested in learning you came to the right place.
the colors are just fantastic...
if the fit is as good as the color palette, this is could be one of the best fits posted in this thread...
You're offended by that? Really?
I mean, I live in Harlem so maybe I'm desensitized, but let it go, son.
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