Suit Critique: Wall-Street-2-Money-Never-Sleeps-shia-labeouf

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  1. Reevolving

    Reevolving Senior member

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    Any comments? Seems like a solid outfit. Almost no pant break. (I am really starting to prefer this) Pants seem a nice slim fit. Are the sleeves too full? [​IMG]
     
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  3. suited

    suited Senior member

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    Anyone able to ID that tie yet?
     
  4. jrd617

    jrd617 Senior member

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    Anyone able to ID that tie yet?

    It's an Eric Glennie
     
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    It's an Eric Glennie

    ... I thought it was Hermes. o_o
     
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    Metlin Senior member

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    It's an Eric Glennie

    To go with that weird hat.
     
  7. bjornb17

    bjornb17 Senior member

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    I like it. I like his tie knot, that's how i usually tie mine.
     
  8. twosnapsandgo

    twosnapsandgo Senior member

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    ... I thought it was Hermes. o_o

    It is Hermes. It is an ombre grey tone, multi - color diagonal knit tie, reversible.
     
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    pitboss12 Senior member

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    There was an article in this past Sunday's L.A. Times about the clothing in the movie. The costume designer said the shirts were made by ANTO in Beverly Hills. The costume designer said she designed the suits and they were made by Leonard Logsdail, a British master tailor, in NYC. However, when you go to the Hickey Freeman website, they show stills of Douglas and La Bouef on the front page. Not sure if Hickey handled part of the wardrobe.
     
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    twosnapsandgo Senior member

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    There was an article in this past Sunday's L.A. Times about the clothing in the movie. The costume designer said the shirts were made by ANTO in Beverly Hills. The costume designer said she designed the suits and they were made by Leonard Logsdail, a British master tailor, in NYC. However, when you go to the Hickey Freeman website, they show stills of Douglas and La Bouef on the front page. Not sure if Hickey handled part of the wardrobe.
    Hope Hickey doesnt take credit for that suit. Shia pulls it off. In all honesty the sleeves are badly tailored. Maybe they didnt fit him per se and only took his measurements.
     
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    suited Senior member

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    Whatever brand it is, the tie doesn't seem to be available yet as I have had no luck finding it anywhere online.
     
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    RAM1988 Well-Known Member

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    yeah tie is hermes. and it isn't available because only one was made.. facebooked the costume designer and she said so... nice lady by the way
     
  13. Matt S

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    It all looks okay until you get to the shoes. Those shoes look much too casual for a suit.
     
  14. BlueHorseShoe

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    It all looks okay until you get to the shoes. Those shoes look much too casual for a suit.
    SF would agree. However, I've seen the bit loafer worn tons with suits on Wall Street. So, contextually, it may be appropriate.
     
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    The suit pattern is sweet, but it isn't a very well tailored suit, and the shoes are hideous IMO.
     

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