Straight off the bat one can see that the suit is cheaply made. The uneven shoulders and varying cuffs on the jacket sleeves. The pants as well need some work. They are too long, thus explaining those nasty breaks from the top of the thigh all the way to my ankles. It's nothing, however, a little tailoring can't fix. What I do love though is that the pants are a perfect fit around the waist. Thus making the belt-less look a viable option.
The uneven shoulders are a glaring flaw from this angle. If you're worried that I seem to be stuck in the 90s then don't. The jacket has got double vents.
If the jacket can be pinched a little at the waist then the 'bulge' at the abdomen or lower button will be significantly reduced. That's the rule when it comes to fitted jackets, everything has to hug the body.
I love the subtle hints of burgundy which means those cap toes of mine will be put to good use again.
Flaws, flaws, flaws and more flaws. The uneven seam on the inside of the sleeve just. Another giveaway is the fact that the cuff does not separate nor does it overlap. However I plan to use this as an exercise to test my tailor. I will request that he opens the sleeve so that it overlaps and, not only that but, open those button holes so that they become working cuffs. Shouldn't be an expensive exercise, I hope.
Since the fabric is a little heavy I think I'll leave this suit for Autumn and Winter. Should come in handy then.
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