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AJL

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This got just 16 thumbs? Come one people, lots of interesting things going on in this fit from one of the forum's most thoughtful and best dressers.
I concur, one of the forum's consistently best dressers, just not one of my favorite fits from him. Specifically the pairing of tie and square leaves me a bit underwhelmed. Overall, I love the way Six mixes things up.
 

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I had the sleeves lengthened on this sports coat, and now I think that they’re too long. (With my extra-long arms, I didn’t think that was possible!)
What do you think?
I'd say you are right: your sleeves look actually a hint too long.
I understand your problem as myself have long arms and so, when having the sleeves adjusted, I often "overshoot".
This marginal point apart, nice jacket!
 

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First day of classes in BB#1 striped tie. Triple linen again.

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One small point, but I think that tie knot is a little small for that style of cut away collar. I say that meaning it shows too much of tie material either side of the knot before its covered by the collar, if that makes sense...I would try a full Windsor knot as they tend to very triangular and should fill the collar better...Other than that, I would try a shirt with a spread or semi spread collar...
 

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