Agreeable Menswear Post Of The Day

Scherensammler

Well-Known Member
Messages
3,423
Ratings
3,943
Why do you feel that way?
After bigging himself up that much, I expected to see something better. Because there is a lot of things off with that fitting that could have been avoided.
Back is totally off, collar is way too low and off the neck.
Maybe I was just put off by Mr. Jensen's outfit. His jacket looks a bit chunky and crude, especially the collar.
Will be interesting to see the second fitting.
I also need to count the hand stitches that go into our jackets. 30.000 stitches is a lot for a soft tailored jacket.
 

Untermensch

Well-Known Member
Messages
134
Ratings
125
After bigging himself up that much, I expected to see something better. Because there is a lot of things off with that fitting that could have been avoided.
Back is totally off, collar is way too low and off the neck.
Maybe I was just put off by Mr. Jensen's outfit. His jacket looks a bit chunky and crude, especially the collar.
Will be interesting to see the second fitting.
I also need to count the hand stitches that go into our jackets. 30.000 stitches is a lot for a soft tailored jacket.
I defer to your superior knowledge.

Even in my layman's ignorance, I suspected that 30,000 was off by an order of magnitude.
 

Dropbear

Member in Good Standing
Messages
2,243
Ratings
1,191
^ Jacket may be just - just - a touch too short, but a lovely pattern and nice combination of colours and textures in the outfit.
Yes. I’d been planning to buy this linen-wool-silk EThomas jacket but it sold out in 40L within hours. I think the regular length is a bit too fashionably short (or made for short people by a short person) for most of us. Anyway, I don’t mind missing out so much because the price was way over what I expected.
 

fxh

OG Party Suit Wearer
Supporter
Messages
6,139
Ratings
5,894
Sigmund Freud in front of his bust executed by Sculptor Oscar Nemon (1905-1985)
Date: Vienna, 1931
1556876849094.jpeg
 
Last edited:
Top Bottom