Thank you so much Scherensammler. I wasn't aware you knew such detail.

So to sum it up - Mr Tacknacky is taller than some and Mr. Lino is shorter than others. They are both about the same height as some others.

Lino is also older than some, but younger than others. A fact he shares with the Rubitackys. And they are also all Italian, so based on that I'm almost certain that they are family.
 
Sarto for you. spanish un tailor in action. What do you think of the shooting back and the hyper roped shoulder Schiamat sytle?> All made in Spain


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I think that action back/shoulder should be on the belly.

But I await sartos dispassionate analysis.
 
Looks a right mess... look how short the right sleeve is too. Even at fitting stage it shouldn't be that far off.
 
Looks a right mess... look how short the right sleeve is too. Even at fitting stage it shouldn't be that far off.

the short sleeve is a measuring defect. it is not intentional like all the other stuff.

Another job from the same tailor.

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the short sleeve is a measuring defect. it is not intentional like all the other stuff.

Normally sleeves turn out longer for a fitting, so they can be pinned to the right length.
Is this a recent suit that guy got made or is it his first one? It's not just the sleeves, it's wrong in so many places that I'm surprised it's already at a forward stage.
 
This is a pic from the basted, naturally the short sleeve was already there. I don't know why it wasnt addressed at that stage and only mentioned now at the second fitting.

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I already wrote about that crap several days before.

Didn´t you read it Robertito?

In case you don´t, sure nothing good can come from a wannabe Sciamat shitmat, a tacky as that beard salvame, the program of Telecirco and Madrid tailors.

Shills on pure action. Nothing less, nothing more, shills and pure badspoke.

I warned that tailor, to stay away of those weirdos in order to not lose his dignity and be famous all around by what you are seeing.
 
Normally sleeves turn out longer for a fitting, so they can be pinned to the right length.
Is this a recent suit that guy got made or is it his first one? It's not just the sleeves, it's wrong in so many places that I'm surprised it's already at a forward stage.


Congrats, you just realiced on a single view how crappy is Madrid tailoring, the selfcalled beaters of Savile and Naples and one even said " i am the best needle of the world".

From the frontal pic, it seems they might have been used an existing industrial pattern for a dwarf, instead of looking on the measures of the beard as any semblance with the reality is pure coincidence.

Like Orazio did on me 2 sizes more, this way the same but 2 sizes less. Curious looks as this short jacket with the waist on the neck of the Langa Te Tanga so called master tailor, mostly know by my master as master of horrors.



Should we prepare the undertaker now? Saint Office is on their hunt now.
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Mari-ANO is as tacky as his son, i have never seen him ok dressed
Mariano is not even remotely as tacky as Luca, who probably does that to attract a different crowd, especially for their ghey accessories.

I don't know why it is so hard to make good sleeves these days. If they are meant to fit over a double cuff shirt it's quite easy to measure the cuff and add some ease. That way the sleeve doesn't get too tight and it does slide down to the position it is meant to be.

... 2 sizes less.

This often happens when customers have a rather unrealistic view of what their bodies actually look like. A lot of men want to wear their garments tight because they think it makes them look slimmer.
Having pull on the front button is never a good look, and if the button is just above the belly it just accentuates it.

Apart from that I think the collar doesn't show a good make. I don't mind the machine stitching, bit there is very little of it. This will make the collar weak with wear and it might even stretch, changing the balance of the jacket. I also noticed that little piece of fusing at the gorge. Again, not opposed to that, but it would be better to use finer material and pad stitch it properly onto the collar linen. This will avoid bulk and give a crisp look that will last.

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The back of the jacket shows some ugly folds under the neck:

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My inspired guess is that the back neck is not wide enough, which causes for the back not to sit right across. See how the action back folds opens on the left. I noticed a tiny chalk mark in the centre back: If that means taking it in, it will make the gaping worse and the back won't sit nice..

The only thing I like about this so far is the cloth...
 
Fusing.

I didn´t recognice it, but i automatically associated it with Orazio Luciano, master of fusing, i meant prior to read you.

The folds on the neck is an habitual trade mark of the Madrid untailoring. All the Langa unshirts and those untailors got it, they have no idea to quit the diffects, the most basic thing of a real tailor.

I call it " the hump"

This is the minister of Economy, unbespoked by the untailor of the actual King, he is the one who said"
I am the best needle of the world". I haven´t yet seen any garment from him with even mediocre fitting, all is crap, you can google images, MINISTRO DE GUINDOS to see a catalogue of BADSPOKE. Note the same horrid badly done cuff on the unshirt by Burgos, same crime as on Crap-tom, rookie made gauntlet piece of the shirt sleeve.

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Llega la hora de probar frente al espejo y corregir proporciones, gustos y detalles. Como podéis ver en la imagen bajo estas líneas, es evidente que es necesario subir el cuello y escotar en la espalda para evitar esas arrugas flojas que vemos justo en la parte alta.



La proporción y amplitud de las solapas me gusta, pero le comento a Agustín la posibilidad de bajar un poco más el quiebre. Él toma nota con la tiza y además me propone levantar algo más el cuello de manera que tire de las solapas y tienda a abrirlas de forma natural. Me parece una gran idea.

Como podéis ver abajo también necesitamos ajustar algún sobrante de tela en pecho y cintura, no así en cadera que la veo perfecta.



Sin fijarnos en el largo de las mangas, tengo que decir que la caída de estas era perfecta. Sólo decidimos ceñir un poco se tejido sobrante en la parte trasera superior de las mangas para hacer una figura más estilizada.

Otro de los puntos interesantes de esta prenda eran los fuelles traseros tras el hombro. Si en el capítulo anterior apreciábamos entre arrugas e hilvanes lo que serían los fuelles,en esta ocasión ya podíamos apreciar con mucha más exactitud su forma final, a pesar de seguir sin estar terminados.

 
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Experts and cosplayers, please help me, I think I have a case of the eSpanish esleeves?

Might also have teh eSpanish eshoulder.

What do you think?

Is it eserious?
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I knew I had them somewhere!
This is the guy who owns the company "Cove" in Germany. Look at those Spanish™ unsleeves and uncollar. And the gaping unlapels.





 
Proprietary sartorial elements:

SpanishSleeves™
SpanishCollar™
SpanishGap™
SpanishLapels™
SpanishPickStitch™
SpanishSadGorge™
SpanishFlor™

oder ist es Deutsch™?
 
Proprietary sartorial elements:

SpanishSleeves™
SpanishCollar™
SpanishGap™
SpanishLapels™
SpanishPickStitch™
SpanishSadGorge™
SpanishFlor™

oder ist es Deutsch™?

Deutsch/e/r/s/n™ means "the ultimate excellence", mainly in context with engineering (cars, tanks (weapons in general)) or basically any machine they make. Except fancy vibrators, this market is dominated by Japanese.
Spanish™ describes the ultimate bad, especially in context with tailoring, blogging and shilling.

For example:
When Ferrari had a German (Deutschen™) driver they dominated the Formula 1 for years.
With a Spanish™ one they sucked. So the logical decision was, of course, to have a German (Deutschen™) driver again.
Mercedes, on the other hand, got lucky to have German engineering, so not even that whining pussy Hamilton could ruin it.
How he managed to get Nicole Scherzinger is beyond me!
 
Great rack on a beautiful woman. Sadly Spanish Rectumites won't like her.
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Deutsch/e/r/s/n™ means "the ultimate excellence", mainly in context with engineering (cars, tanks (weapons in general)) or basically any machine they make. Except fancy vibrators, this market is dominated by Japanese.
Spanish™ describes the ultimate bad, especially in context with tailoring, blogging and shilling.

For example:
When Ferrari had a German (Deutschen™) driver they dominated the Formula 1 for years.
With a Spanish™ one they sucked. So the logical decision was, of course, to have a German (Deutschen™) driver again.
Mercedes, on the other hand, got lucky to have German engineering, so not even that whining pussy Hamilton could ruin it.
How he managed to get Nicole Scherzinger is beyond me!

Was just wondering why the German owner chose the tacky Spanish™
 
Experts and cosplayers, please help me, I think I have a case of the eSpanish esleeves?
Might also have teh eSpanish eshoulder.
What do you think?
Is it eserious?
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Not sure how to say for sarto is my second language the skills are to develop. You might have badspoke or unbespoke - not certain which word to different mean.

In english - you have a problemo - either you don't know how to wear cufflinks or more seriously your arm is attached to your shoulder UPSIDE DOWN! - I'm surprised you haven't noticed this before.
 

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