Such a depressing thrifting day. Came across four orphaned pin stripe jackets, Isaia (three of them), and a single Borrelli. All sized 60. No blasted pants. OK, so pants are going to be a 40 - 44 size. I look over at the pants section, a guy is there aggressively going through pants. I am immediately feeling anxious, surely he is going to f$$k off soon I thought? I wait 5 minutes, he is checking every pair of pants as if he were gynecologist inspecting a hot lady's genetalia. I cant put up with this I thought, I am going to pick this rack right now. He was going left to right, I thought I would go right to left. I go through every pair of pants that are pinstriped as quickly as possible. Nothing there. I cast my eyes at his cart, yes, he has about 8 or 9 pairs of pinstriped pants. The horror! What if he has them? I swallow my awkwardness and ask him as politely as possible if any of his pants matched the jackets and maybe we could work something out. He looked at me as if I had just propositioned his wife to play a game of doctors and nurses with me, and bluntly said "No I will not consider letting go of any of these pants". Oh well, nevermind, an orphaned jacket is still worth a bit of money, I could easily see the Borrelli flipping for $50+. I go to the checkout, and the lady started scanning them. Total price was nearly $160, I did not check the price tags and assumed they were $10 per jacket, they were all more like $40 a jacket . I walked out a bitter and twisted man and the jackets were left behind. I was astonished at that shirt haul in my size. That is the best haul I think I have ever seen, far far better than my recent haul. I very very nearly hit the PM button, and then thought it would not be so bad to sit this one out, let some other big guys like TheWGP and Achilles get the action. Stone Island shirt = casual, wear with jeans etc, only showed it since I thrifted it the other day... Shirt with a flimsy collar like that was never meant to be worn with a sport coat. Very decent suit, well done. I think Zegna Couture in terms of build quality deserve a favourable mention up there with Brioni, Oxxford etc.... Bolded part is excellent advice. I will be visiting my tailor along with 2/3 other items that came from the same donor. They all fit trim / snug but all were likely tailored down by the original owner. There may be fabric to let out, crossing fingers. As for coverage, is a half inch above the bottom of the butt too short? The jacket "almost" covers my a$$. Issue / No Issue? I think I will post further pics of that jacket and my other recently thrifted stuff. I like your original idea of outfit pics and like that you are completely cool with regards to "hey this is me, check out this outfit" . Most of us would be camera shy in regards to pics, including myself.