Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Good morning, meh angle. Mirror pic has better representation of silhouette
Detail and mirror
+1. another excellent deployment of a light color, patterned odd jacket. well done sir.
This outfit is nice, it's a shame nothing fits correctly, like not even a little. A lot of potential. Perhaps stop doing pushups and eating for 2 months or buy larger clothing and get a new tailor?
really anthony? I would let the jacket out an inch or two, but the shirt, sleeves, trousers fit pretty nicely. it really isn't bad.
and after a dinner in 90°F
linen shirt + unlined linen suit.
suit is new and hasn't been dry cleaned yet, so I expect the trousers and sleeves to shrink a little.
Have a nice day.
No way. The jacket could be a size too small. You can't alter the chest of a RTW jacket. You can see the bowing of the lapels, it might aleviate with letting the side seams out a bit. The waist is also too tight, the trousers are way too tight from top to bottom. I also personally think wearing a tie pin up that high is just a cry for attention, as is the wacky pocketsquare fold.
But clapy, awesome hair.
"We're not going to talk about, Judy!"
^Where is the suit from? Looks great on you.
I know right? Right back at ya. You, me and David Lynch
@ brian: local bespoke. at my height one doesn't have many options...
Also, the sleeves are too narrow and the trousers are stacking and fit more like jeans throughout. The gentleman has a good eye for clothes, but not for how they should fit.
not everybody likes the American sack-fit.
There's a difference between properly fitting clothes and very tight clothes. I like a kind of narrow silhouette but that is too tight imo.
well, what are you guys thinking of this fit?
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