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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. VictorSF

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    Today will lay out another mock photo shoot from the archive
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  2. banis

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    Pattern matching on a bespoke garment must be flawless. Even cheap tailors can match it. I don't think that it should be discussed.

    As for the cut and general fit, there are issues.
    Most important are shoulders and high button stance. Those two do not make him favour at all.
    I do not like also how quarters are executed, shape and position of the pockets. Because of those issues jackets look at least strange.
    There are also stylictic shoices that are quite contradictory in my opinion.
     
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    banis

    Thank you! I'll think about it.

    Prior to that, I'm not too analyzed the proportions of the elements matters.

    I think - you need to study this issue.

    This can be useful. There is a front operation for further improvements and new custom tailoring.

    About the same shoulder and arm - then the problem is anatomy, I'm afraid that most of the possible cut - already used ...

    Thank you!


    Только я не очень понял перевод, если можно - дубль по русски ещё. Спасибо!
     
  4. Ich_Dien

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    I see your point, Banis, the shoulders do look rather strange and the button stance on a few are perhaps too tall. The most impressive thing for me however, is the fit on the back of the jacket.

    Might you name the stylistic choices which you find contradictory?
     
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    Sorry for my Russian.

    Что мне более всего не нравится - это то как выполнены плечи. Я считаю, что они должны быть шире, чтобы избежать заломов, которые образуются на некоторых пиджаках даже в статичной фотографии. Также довольно высоко находятся пуговицы, которые непропорционально делят туловище пополам. Их необходимо опускать значительно ниже.
    Форма карманов и их расположение выглядят не очень хорошо. Их надо располагать ниже и изменить их форму. Борта пиджака (или полочки, наверное) слишком закрыты и идут внахлест друг с другом.
    По поводу стилистических особенностей - это мое мнение относительно сочетания расцветок, материалов и т.д. Не мне это носить, поэтому этот вопрос я не обсуждаю.
     
  6. VictorSF

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    The heavy reliance on the buttons - the consequences of high-waisted cut.

    It cut me like that.

    I'm for just such a "uniform" with a high waist cut.

    On the shoulder - yes, there is a problem because of the complex anatomy, but how to solve it better - I do not know ...


    I will be glad to know the options to address this issue in a cut.
     
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    Shoulders - I like the shoulders - not hard, and soft, and repeat the anatomical formts shoulder.

    In this case, the regret is often formed wrinkles problem. [​IMG]
     
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    4am arraignment court. Yes. 4. A.M. Got dressed in the dark as not to awaken the wife. My apologies for less than ideal photos, but there was a profound lack of natural light. Cuffs buttoned too tight, hence their shyness.

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    And a shot of the office.
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    I need a nap.
     
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  10. GuidoWongolini

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    Last weeks of flannel - so going to be doubling up to make the most of it.
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    Don't like the tie with everything else, Spoo - you have better 'material ' to work with..
     
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    Magnificent.
     
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  13. SpooPoker

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    I agree, wasnt happy myself with it either.

    Lufty - go take a nap man!
     
  14. Cary Grant

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    Who is your tailor, Victor?
     
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    I like your style but I think you should observe the intent of this thread, "what are you wearing "today". ;-) Just my opinion.
     
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    I like your style but I think you should observe the intent of this thread, "what are you wearing "today". ;-)

    ^ It's ok - Victor's just giving us a little 'history' as to who he is - I've enjoyed seeing his pix...If I had a body like that.........:nodding:
     
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    sugarbutch & emptyn, thank you.

    PG, good stuff.

    Victor, nice shoes in post # 8654.

    (Would have included a few quotes, but I can't get the bloody thing to work...)
     
  18. SpooPoker

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    Keep hitting "Multi" on the posts you want to quote, and on the last one you want to quote, hit "Quote" instead of "Multi" and they will all appear, then you can trim them in the body of the reply.

    Outstanding pictures yesterday, BTW. All of them.
     
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    Yeah- I hesitated writing that, nonetheless... I think we get it, now.
     
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    Spoo, I have to ask, what is the maker and size of this suit? We have similar proportions so I am just curious! Thanks!
     
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