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Tweed jacket fit critique.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LTM, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. LTM

    LTM Well-Known Member

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    Thanks in advance SF,
    I have learnt a lot over the last year. I am now moving to tweak my jackets. I would appreciate your thoughts on the fit of these tweed jackets. I usually go for a 40s jacket with the sleeves at 24”.
    The first jacket is a Bookster Orkney tweed, 40s.
    The second is a JCrew Moon tweed 40r, sleeve shortened.




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  2. Maccimus

    Maccimus Senior member

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    The bookster is wonderful. The Jcrew is Okay but I can see collar gap there.
     


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    Red Glasses Senior member

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    I think that looks kinda strange, no?
     
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  4. LTM

    LTM Well-Known Member

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    Yes, you are right Red, I wonder if it is accentuated by the SF 'robot pose' I tried to emulate? It is not apparent when I look at myself in the mirror or see my reflection when walking along. The waist is also slimmer by a cm or two than other jackets I have and I wonder if that contributes when the jacket is buttoned? Don't have any other photos I am afraid!
     


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