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Please critique my new SC

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Threadbearer, May 8, 2012.

  1. unbelragazzo

    unbelragazzo Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Yes, that is definitely a skinny lapel. I typically shoot for about halfway to the shoulder as the not too wide not too skinny happy medium. By that rule, TB's lapels are on the skinny side, but I don't think they'd officially qualify as "skinny lapels" as might be described in ad copy or something.
     
  2. Coburn

    Coburn Senior member

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    I'm hesitant to critique fits because I suspect amateur photography exaggerates flaws that are not noticed in real life.
    This looks pretty good to me.
    I suspect the ripples in the arms and back are less noticeable then the camera implies. Clothes are meant to be lived in, not modeled.

    I wonder if you might benefit from a softer shoulder and moving the shoulder seam in a bit.

    I echo the others, the back seems to hang on your rump. Maybe ease the waist a bit would fix that.

    As others have mentioned, Mafoofan has a very good eye for these things.
     

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