Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
Technically from yesterday, but I didn' get a chance to post...
That's wondeful, Shen.
The fit of the suit is very good, but the coat is at least one size oversized for you.
Liverano or Liveranoesque? Suit is beautifully cut. NB to all: a no cuff trouser that looks very nice. Clean lines etc. (Agree with DC about the coat).
I don't mind an overcoat that's a bit bigger then it should be. I think it looks very relaxed and comfortable.
I think it looks like it's too big.
@Shen , you have one of the strangest body types I've ever seen. No disrespect, just had to say it. lol
The suit is Partenopea. The overcoat might be a tad big, but the fabric is quite heavy so I'm fine with the extra room. I might post a better picture of it the next time I wear it, which probably will be next winter.
I've actually never noticed that I have a strange body type, do I? Probably goes rather well with my ugly mug.
What's strange about it? I'm not seeing a third arm or a tail or anything.
Are you tall, Shen? You look it, anyways. Though tall obviously doesn't equate to strange in the slightest.
Of course not, I tuck my tail into my trousers. I'm 6 feet tall, but manages to trick people into believing that I'm taller.
Why's that? Because he's tall and slender?
Hey yall. This is my second day posting. Thanks for having me.
Doesn't look weird to me. Looks like the body type a runway model might have, or a Tom Ford model, tall and slim.
Since you all asked: Very long legs compared to torso, VERY long arms, slender physique… meh, being slender is not strange, but it does make the other elements seem exaggerated. This isn't a bad thing. In fact, those features are something that I would consider to be very desirable on a man. However, if you all don't see what I see then I think you are NUTS. As for the model thing, yeah, models are known for having exaggerated features. That's why they look so good.
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