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Here’s what I rocked on the flight from LA to Austin. Not the best fitting suit, I only learned recently that the Men’s Wearhouse is the laughing stock of the male fashion community because their cheap suits don’t fit well, but I got some tailoring done on it and at least took in the waist on the jacket to get a more v-shaped taper. Pants need to be shortened, since I’m on the shorter side I prefer “no break” in my dress pants, and for my socks to show when I sit down and cross my legs. Sunglasses and two top buttons undone with no undershirt make it a little more sexy than pure business.
That suit has already been tailored. I don’t think it can be salvaged. I looked really carefully at the pants and they are comically oversized and baggy.
That’s what I get for buying shitty cheap suits. I’m gonna toss it and go to Suit Suppy when I get back to LA, and try on some suits before buying one that can be tailored to a perfect fit.
I don’t know where to go in LA where I wouldn’t be out of place dressed like that, but on the other hand... fuck it. I’m not trying to blend in.
Also since I’ve gotten this comment so much, I’ve realized those elevator shoes look too ridiculous. When it comes to maxing out height I only consider it worth it if I can add at least 3 inches. That invariably looks goofy with elevator shoes, so I need to stick with boots and lifts. I returned the two pairs of boots I wear with lifts because I changed my mind about the style. I’m gonna shop around for some more stylish boots that work well with insoles.
Thanks guys, this is why I started this thread. I kind of knew all this stuff but the feedback forces me to get real about it and actually fix it.
Wore one of my favorite tops out today during AA drills, a form-fitting pullover sweater from the same brand that made that long white sweater/shirt I showed earlier. It shows off physique really well.
Got a few outfits I photographed over the last couple weeks.
Also, I went to Suit Supply last weekend and worked with them to get a custom made (not full bespoke, just allows customizations before it gets churned out by the factory) gray suit. It will be ready in 3-5 weeks. Turns out all the jackets I have (included as part of suits) are two sizes too big. I’ve been getting 36, but these guys put me in a 34.
Here’s a tight fitting short sleeve Henley that makes look jacked. Paired it with a “snake” style choker.
Light colored floral shirt. Pretty good fit, but I’m gonna tailor it to tighten the waist so it’s nice and form fitting. White moto jeans, same deal as before, those also aren’t tailored yet and need to be shortened. Blue and white Gazelles. White belt, as shown in the second photo.
What really would have brought this outfit together is a white strapped watch. I need to get one.
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