The outfit looks good but please do something about that hat. I recommend running over it with your bike. If you're going to alter your own shirts, buy some plain white ones to try out first. That junction of patterns in the shoulder is enough to give someone vertigo. The body and arms look good though. So....why do you think I chose that shirt to practice/butcher on? Though I find the pattern interesting, it's not quite flattering. It was the first to fall under my knife, and I was afraid it came out too snug. Motorcycle and a can of PBR... J? Oh the ironing! oh, shit...yeah...i didn't notice that on the shirt, at first...kinda fucks up what otherwise looks to be a great job... your outfit looks good to me, lude...but, again...i think the sleeves are coming up a bit short on the jacket, you tall bastard... about the hat...well...it's not my style, but i don't think it looks bad...if you're feeling it and it's something that you genuinely like, i say go for it... and, that bike is one hell of an accessory!...probably didn't cost as much as rye's boots, but i'm sure it's a lot more fun And you're the bastard I was waiting for! Ha, yeah I'm considering having the jacket altered to let out the sleeve as much as possible without looking ghetto....I love the jacket, otherwise, it's such a nice color and fabric in real life. And I think the torso could stand to the slimmed/tapered just a hair more... So is the hat that bad? A nearly plain-patterned flatcap? If so, I might consider resigning it to "working-on-vehicle" days, but I didn't realize it was that bad!