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Two Great Recent Looks From the Sartorialist

Connemara

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These are both awesome pics. Nice work, Scott! First gentleman is Angus Cundey, proprietor of Henry Poole & Co.
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Second is an unidentified man. Love the trousers, although i wish they were cuffed and cut a tad bit fuller.
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AlanC

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Direct pic links don't work off blogger (you're seeing it from your cache; I see 'X's). You need to give the post URLs.
 

tbabes

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Originally Posted by AlanC
Direct pic links don't work off blogger (you're seeing it from your cache; I see 'X's). You need to give the post URLs.
I see pictures; the pants look a bit short for my taste!
 

AlanC

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Ah, now they're there. That sneaky Connemara edited the post!
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I agree that the trousers are too tapered, but I bet emorel likes 'em!
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Nice. The second guy's pants are short for my taste, and the scarf looks goofy, but everything else is very nice. The combinations of patterns in both pics and the colors of the second (and maybe first?) are very nice indeed.
 

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I especially like the should heads on Mr Cundey's jacket.

In the second, I don't find the pants too short per se, but I don't care for the short pants with those shoes for some reason.
 

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The ankles on the trousers in the second picture are extremely narrow. I think the severity of the fit is emphasized by the strong contrast between the shoes and white pants.
 

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You can file that first one under "generic Savile Row suit." A nice look, as well it should be.
 

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The shoulders on the second jacket are freaking awesome. In fact the whole jacket is pretty much perfect. And the Stowe-style monks are pretty sweet, I would guess Lattanzi or some other Italian version of that style.
 

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Originally Posted by chorse123
Those pants look very odd. Above the knee and below the knee look like they are from two different styles.

Now that you point it out--yeah, there is something very strange going on there. Overall though, like the look and really like the jacket.
 

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i would hazzard a guess and say the second pictures JKT is from Rubinacci or another nepolitean tailor judging from the lapel gorge shoulders and other styling patch pockets it looks very simular to iammatt's Rubinacci sport coat just not as nice a fabric thro' IMHO!
 

A Harris

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would hazzard a guess and say the second pictures JKT is from Rubinacci
I was thinking the same thing, but haven't seen enough of their work to really speak to it.
 

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