all that matters is that you are happy but I still feel that a fuller suit that is less tight would benefit the overall look tremendously.I don't naturally worry much about the exact appearance of the fit which I suppose is a little odd or misguided, but I'm usually think predominantly about the details of the design and the feel while wearing it. I spent most of my life settling for clothes that I found dull and samey that felt like straight-jackets whenever I tried to move my arms, so that's what I tend to think about. There's only so much lipstick one can put on a pig anyway, so you might as well make sure that it's happy regardless. There's also a touch more to me at the moment, so to speak, than there was in early July, which might account for some of the pulling.
My 'photographic approach' of setting a digital camera atop a pile of books on a stool, then using the timer function probably does no favors. Maybe this would go better if I were to hire a professional photographer or share my life with somebody else so that I wouldn't be left to do this alone, but I'm sure as Hell not doing that! Nevertheless, for a lark, I took a second round of pictures with slightly better lighting. Too bad about the model, though...
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The grey suit from the front, again.
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A view from the left side, but without my arms raised this time.
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The back again, with a somewhat unfortunate something happening at the lower back.
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As a curio, this is the back with the jacket unbuttoned. (I paradoxically need both a haircut and more hair)
The navy blazer definitely didn't show well in the first round of pictures. I shouldn't've been so impatient about getting them out. Anyway, second verse.
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The front, of course.
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A straight-armed left side view. (Curiously, the left side shots always looked slightly better than the right side shots that I took)
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The rear view, which, upon further inspection, does show a slight hint of the same trouble on the lower back.
Ah well, nonetheless...
I would clearly say that the below suit really improves the look.