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New Sport Coat - Critique Fit, Please

kgmessier

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These pictures are a bit grainy, but hopefully they're enough to get some constructive feedback:
Thanks in advance! (And no, Dad, I won't cut my hair.) - K
 

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Sleeves are too long, but other than that, it looks OK in a CBD kind of way.
 

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= casual business dress



 

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LOL, no you look pretty cool. Definitely do not cut that hair off!
 

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It looks good to me, too.

In the land of more finicky thoughts, I'd raise the buttons a bit, maybe an inch higher- imagine putting the top button where the lapels now cross. Same with the pockets- they are an inch or two lower than I'd put them, which is riding on the hip. It's almost like it is a bit long, but the hem is where your fingers curl so that isn't it. The shoulders and lapels, on the other hand, just look good.

So yeah, I like it. Keep the hair. Don't go CBD, the other CBD, Conservative Business Dress.
 

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looks solid. You could trim the sleeves a bit but they're more then acceptable as is. Body might be an inch long but still, fine.

would like to see a closed jacket picture to see how the chest lies and a back show to see if it needs work.
 

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Originally Posted by Master-Classter
looks solid. You could trim the sleeves a bit but they're more then acceptable as is. Body might be an inch long but still, fine. would like to see a closed jacket picture to see how the chest lies and a back show to see if it needs work.
By "closed jacket" do you mean something different from the second picture? For the back picture, I'll see if I can get someone to snap that photo for me. I was thinking the jacket was a tad long, because I feel I look shorter when I put it on, and I don't think that should happen.
 

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Closed jacket means it would give us a better idea of fit to see the top button done.
 

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The jacket fits you very well, you can shorten the sleeve an inch or so. The pants on the other hands, are big.
 

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Looks good at the shoulders -- the buttoned shot , looks like a good fit w/ room to move --- sleeves a pinch long ---
The side shot appears to me, although I can't get a real good look at it forom the shot, as though you have a bit of roll at the collar ( rear ). I also have fairly square accross shoulders and get this fixed. Getting it done right, where they open up collar and shoulder seams, to tuck in, runs me $45 in my area. But it makes a big difference in appearence from rear. most important -- go to a good tailor and not an alterations place, and never to alterations at a cleaners.
 

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Originally Posted by kgmessier
By "closed jacket" do you mean something different from the second picture? For the back picture, I'll see if I can get someone to snap that photo for me.
I was thinking the jacket was a tad long, because I feel I look shorter when I put it on, and I don't think that should happen.


oops, yep that's the one. I didn't see that pic.

a back shot (timer?) will help as well.

basically overall looks solid. A little sleeve shortening and maybe a few other tweeks will get it looking even better.
 

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