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The cigarette is the only agreeable thing here. Because it is killing him. Is that a gremlin in his chest pocket?
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DMing “hey pretty lady” to every woman on Instagram.
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When your tie says business, your boots and pants say punk rock, and your jacket length says women’s section at Macy’s, all I hear is an extra chromosome.
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Top, top pose for people who buy mass produced, $90 jackets from Hong Kong eBay sellersView attachment 31485
Fucking Belgians, amirite?
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He seems to have low sartorial IQ. Is there such a thing, I guess so: doesn't matter how much money he throws at it, what artisans or tailor maestros he uses, the end result is exactly the same defective silhouette inclusive of slopey shoulders and drab colour scheme.I got a psychotic attack after watching this fit pic, but when I readed that nonsense shitte, I assaulted a farmacy to get my dose of therapil 500, clonacepan, winstroll, haloperidol and clembuterol
BTW that shitte looks as my 1 ever suit, a brighty tacky Hugo Boss Pasolini View attachment 31529model one made literally of plastic, it has the same bright and same werid color, and of course, fitted way better that this Aldi trash bag.
In our last installment in this Tailor Styles series, we looked at the modern incarnation of the Neapolitan jacket: light and soft, but also short with a small shoulder.
Today’s suit, from Sartoria Ciardi, is the diametric opposite within Neapolitan style.
It is closer to the original cut developed by Vincenzo Attolini, who re-made the suits of the English to use less padding and lighter canvas, making them better suited to southern Italy.
Attolini did not fundamentally alter the proportions, however, and this Ciardi suit hasn't much either. The shoulders are still strong, the body easy, the length easily covering the seat.
Indeed, given all the English tailoring we’ve already covered in this series, it will be interesting to compare the Ciardi measurements to those houses. And in subsequent weeks to see how other Neapolitans vary between the twin poles of this and Solito.