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WAYWRN Composite -- 25 thumb minimum

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. kulata

    kulata Senior member

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    Great suit batch

    Unexplained Best Suit fit: Mr. Six, Upr_crust in DB
    Unexplained Best Odd jacket fit: SeaJen 1
    Notable mention: Noodlesuit tm
    Notable mention combo: EFV's suit and slippers
    Notable mention shoes: Cleav's
     
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  2. The Noodles

    The Noodles Senior member

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    Noodles Suit [​IMG] is baws~~~
     
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  3. thenorth

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  4. kulata

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  5. EliodA

    EliodA Senior member

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    Sorry guys,very little time at the moment. Perhaps someone else is willing to take over for now?
     
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  6. Cleav

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    I'm your man, leave it with me mate
     
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  7. Cleav

    Cleav Senior member

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    Today, attended an event hosted by the Lady Captain [​IMG]
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    People's Jury - Mr. Chris 36 Cleav's Jury - Mr. Chris Clags Jury - Clags/ Mr Chris Notable mention/s - Double entry from PCK1, PofP colour combination
     
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  8. Cleav

    Cleav Senior member

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    People's Jury - ROYCRU 78 (Seventy-Eight!) Clag's jury - Roycru Cleav's Jury - Roycru Notable mention/s - Roycru, Roycru and Roycru. Don C, welcome back strong man!
     
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  9. in stitches

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    Roycru wins the internet!!
     
  10. MrChris

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    Wow thanks for the positive feedback gentlemen:)
     
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  11. Mr. Six

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    ^ Same for me from the previous batch. I give all credit to the suit (though I think the combo was pretty decent, if I do say so myself).
     
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  12. Claghorn

    Claghorn Senior member

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    Well played, sir. I was struggling to choose between the two. I pinned both for future inspiration. The second batch, the CJP would have gone to Cleav and not Roycru. The CJP is immune to the influence of awesome stories behind pictures. Though Roycru was damned awesome.

    A large batch.




    People's Choice 1: Roycru
    People's Choice 2: Clarinet Player
    Claghorn's Jury Prize: Anden 1 / Anden 2 / tristram
    Best Use of Something Old: Roycru / Cleav
     
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  13. Cleav

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    Very kind of you Clags, grassy ass! (thank you)

    I do like how Mr Chris rolls that white shirt, overall look is very sharp. As was yours of course!
     
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  14. Anden

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    Thank you Clags!
     
  15. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member

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    Braddock, ep, Cleav and CP tied for the win on my book on that last batch.
     
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  16. Cleav

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    A dank :fistbump:
     
  17. evilWagon

    evilWagon Senior member

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    Ah, I've finally read the whole thing. Very informative and judging the fits that really caught my eye critically has given me more insight into what appeals to me and why.

    It also helps that there's three regulars that have physical attributes similar to my own. Hair and skin colouring like Anden, build/shoulders like Murl and height like chocasa (how tall is he really). So it's interesting to see done well the things that suit each.

    Does anyone else find elements that seem to fit someone's character or bearing but with which you couldn't get away with? Upr crusts three pieces, hats and bow ties for example. On a man of his bearing and age they would hardly raise an eyebrow other than to observe how well dressed he is or how I wish I could pull off xyz. On me they would look like costume pieces. Likewise with terralieurs killer hats and jackets. Or Nickpolicas more relaxed European fits.

    Despite working in a major metropolitan city, the business casual nature of my industry means that while many of these pieces catch my eye I find myself questioning if I would have occasion more than twice a year to wear them. Keep them coming especially the more flexible odd jacket combos that lead me to the thread and inspired me to pickup a blue corneliani sc and mid grey pants. Now to find some knit ties and additional sc and nicer dress pants.
     
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  18. GMMcL

    GMMcL Senior member

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    Pay no mind. Bumping this in my thread list.

    Carry on.
     
  19. in stitches

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    I was hoping for more fits. Ill go ahead an compile one now. Brb!
     
  20. in stitches

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    Not sure if this is good or bad, nor am I sure of the reason, but its pretty clear to me that fits that were easily getting 20+ thumbs in the past are no longer making the cut. Fascinating!
    Most Manly Award - Me Nothing else really matters, but great job everyone else! :)
     
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