Thick as Thieves ONLINE

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. Joffrey

    Joffrey Senior member

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    Looks good! I really want a suit now but at my age I'd wear it once or twice a year :p

    In my experience, when I got my first suit I found plenty of reasons to pull it out of the closet. Depending on the color you get you can always just wear the jacket with a pair of jeans or just the pants with a shirt and tie.
     


  2. padronlover

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    Thought I would try again with a slimmer tie.

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    damn you look really young for a married man...
     


  3. dinted voice

    dinted voice Senior member

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    damn you look really young for a married man...

    At first I thought you said really "good" but I think young is a more appropriate description! I am 25 going on 16, though. At lease when I am 40 I'll look 30! [​IMG]
     


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    That's alot of milk in that background vase
     


  6. dinted voice

    dinted voice Senior member

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    That's alot of milk in that background vase

    Ha...its a candle or something.
     


  7. brissyboy

    brissyboy Senior member

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    haha it is too, time for some new glasses [​IMG]
     


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    Sander Senior member

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    Much better!

    Yes, indeed. I like it very much.
     


  9. R-H

    R-H Senior member

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    I've been following this thread for a while. Great suits; excellent price.

    I just wanted to thank Jason for choosing not to make larger suits. Otherwise, I would be out a couple of grand$$$. [​IMG]
     


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    Got this about a couple weeks ago, thoughts on the fit? Clearly someone else taking the pictures would help but no one is around right now. I really like it but would like some other thoughts. Obviously, the shirt is just something I walk around the house in so ignore that aspect of it.
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  11. bbaquiran

    bbaquiran Senior member

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    ^ Can't really see anything in your photos.

    Also tuck your shirt in, and wear a tie.
     


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    winston Senior member

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    Jason, could you tell me what the maximum weight of fabric is that can be worked on to produce a sportcoat?
     


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    tighty88 Well-Known Member

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    Jason, you probably get asked this question a lot lately but I just have to know:

    are you planning to make any three pieces, or just regular separate vests, in the future?
     


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    Jason, you probably get asked this question a lot lately but I just have to know:

    are you planning to make any three pieces, or just regular separate vests, in the future?


    +1

    I'd like to know as well. Btw, met Jason in person in Pasadena...super friendly, very easy to deal with. Looking forward to getting my house cut midnight navy 2B soon!
     


  15. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Jason, could you tell me what the maximum weight of fabric is that can be worked on to produce a sportcoat?

    the question is more like what max weight you can wear. Anything over 15oz imo is really heavy...13-15 is fairly heavy. If it's fabric it can be made into a jacket, the real question is if you'd want to wear it.

    are you planning to make any three pieces, or just regular separate vests, in the future?

    no 3 piece anytime soon, nor separate vests.
     


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