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    Long Lunch...



    Suit - Combatant Gent
    Shirt - BR
    Tie/Clip/Square - The Tie Bar
    Belt - Trafalgar
    Single Monks - BR
    Watch - Seiko

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    WIWT

    I've decided I need to step up my work attire game a bit--and start wearing the sportcoats I have more (new suits and another sportcoat en route by early April). Forgot pics from Monday but here are the last two days.

    Tues: broke out my AE walnut strands for the first time in ages, thought it worked well with the brown tones and gave it some contrast vs. the coat. Sportcoat is Knot Standard, Ratio shirt and Bonobos cotton/linen blend pants. I think the mini check shirt still works with the larger patterned coat but open to criticism.



    Today: Warm day in the City so went with an old JC (JCF?) jacket from a few years ago that doesn't get much use. Rather small lapels for my frame but has a fun roll to them for a very casual look. It's also a bit big on me, but looser for a linen jacket isn't the worst thing IMO. Another Ratio shirt and Bonobos washed chinos with real beat up bourbon AE McAllisters.




    Adding another pic showing size/fit of jacket:


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    Quote Originally Posted by DuFrank View Post



    Silk/cotton sweater- Massimo Dutti
    Polo- Cremeiux
    Belt- Perry Ellis
    Herringbone wool pants- JC Bowery ($30 from the sale!)
    Suede chukka boots- JC
    Eyeing that watch as my first Rolex
    5' 6" | 143 lbs | 29x30 pants | 36S jacket | 14.5 shirt | 8 shoe size

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    Before work
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    At work
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    Shirt: Taylor Stitch
    Pants: Indigogene
    Watch: Orient
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    http://m.imgur.com/Lj7Cc1O,oxmF3NY,qVyvY27

    SuSu Havana in non navy blue
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    Blazer: S&M Model 2 (needs some tailoring)
    Sweater, shirt, and slacks: BR
    Shoes: AE Kenilworth

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobLikesDeals View Post


    Blazer: S&M Model 2 (needs some tailoring)
    Sweater, shirt, and slacks: BR
    Shoes: AE Kenilworth
    Where exactly do you think it needs tailoring? It looks great to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmgfarb View Post
    Where exactly do you think it needs tailoring? It looks great to me.
    Thanks, I appreciate that. I'd like the sleeves shortened slightly (~.25 of an inch), because my shirt cuff gets lost too often. I'd also be interested to see if it would be possible to pull in the waist a touch, although that might lead to too much pulling in the chest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobLikesDeals View Post
    Thanks, I appreciate that. I'd like the sleeves shortened slightly (~.25 of an inch), because my shirt cuff gets lost too often. I'd also be interested to see if it would be possible to pull in the waist a touch, although that might lead to too much pulling in the chest.
    The sleeves shortening I agree with but I would leave the waist as is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmgfarb View Post
    The sleeves shortening I agree with but I would leave the waist as is.
    I agree. I would leave the waist alone. In terms of the sleeves, I think they look fine, and not worth the alteration. I like the look overall.

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