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An Acute Style

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Trousers, jacket, tie, shoes,…something missing. I know. A vest. Got that too.

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A winter variation on the uniform - MTM navy blazer, cream turtleneck, gray flannels, suede loafers. Note that while the quarters aren’t as open on this jacket, the balance is still sound. That’s what I was trying to explain in my other post: closed quarters are no excuse for a poor fit. And fit is always your top priority, brand and fabric be damned!
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Not the best fit on this suit. Button stance is too high. There’s pulling at the top button. Something weird happening with the drape of the trousers. Are the thighs too tight? The rise too low? The shirt collar also looks too stiff.
 

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A winter variation on the uniform - MTM navy blazer, cream turtleneck, gray flannels, suede loafers. Note that while the quarters aren’t as open on this jacket, the balance is still sound. That’s what I was trying to explain in my other post: closed quarters are no excuse for a poor fit. And fit is always your top priority, brand and fabric be damned!
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Sir, you have some of the best fits consistently on here.

Do you live in the Southern hemisphere? I live in China and I've been wearing a lot of tropical wool recently. I do miss the colder days.
 

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