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Awesome. I really like the peak lapels with the collard waistcoat.Here is some trivia: the word in Brazilian Portuguese for a suit is "terno", which is related to the word three. Today, terno is used for any suit, two- or three-piece, single- or double-breasted. So if somebody in Brazil wants to refer to a three-piece suit, they are likely to say a three-piece three-piece suit. Not a major issue, as it is usually too warm for anybody to wear a three-piece suit in Brazil. In Portugal, the word for a suit is different (fato). Since I am not in Brazil, I get to wear three-piece suits without people thinking I am an alien.
Oh, and for those that love unique handmade things, socks were a gift from an Italian friend. His uncle owns two small stores in Rome; the charm of the socks comes from the fact that his uncle mixes the colors for every batch of socks himself, and thus there is no standardization. I can't get socks exactly like this even if I wanted to.
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Awesome. I really like the peak lapels with the collard waistcoat.
Two nitpicks. I think the tie knot is too large for this collar. A wider collar with this knot or a smaller knot with this collar would look better IMO. Second, I think you’re tying your shoes wrong. The bow is parallel to your toes instead of perpendicular to them. I was doing the same thing fairly late in life as well until a SF member pointed it out. Not a huge deal of course. Look it up if you care to.