EST. 2012

Suit by Taryor Gabriels
Submitted by Taryor Gabriels

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So, what do you think?

  1. Nate Says:

    I would say you need 1/2 inch more room in that jacket. Not sure I can get on board with the shaving brush as a lapel ornament either. Overall looks pretty good though.

  2. Shawn Says:

    I’m not particularely fond of the tie chosen here (width, tie knot and overall appearance) but I love the Irish nature to it, especially with St. Patty’s day coming pretty soon! Suit fits like a glove, although as Nate said, it could use maybe a finger more fabric (IMHO). Keep up the submits, I enjoy what you post!

  3. Diego Says:

    The two tone shirt and shamrocks are a lot to look at already. No need for the lapel accessory or pocket square. I would personally just go with the pocket square and a solid blue shirt. The suit is beautiful, I agree with the gentlemen above, the jacket needs to be let out half inch to achieve perfection.

  4. Sherlock Says:

    Great suit, nice high arm holes, I like that. Howeverthe rest is a bit much for me.

  5. Thomas Says:

    Maybe let the jacket out a half to 3/4 of an inch, then have the sleeves shortened a 1/4 inch. It’s a beautiful suit.
    Other nitpicks are- ditch the lapel brush and lower the tie tack as it’s far too high to have any chance of doing it’s job properly, pocket square seems unrelated to everything.

    Still, very close to a 5 star outfit.

  6. Blaham Says:

    the brush is just too distracting. replace with a clover lapel pin.

  7. Mr Dan Says:

    I would say this outfit is very close to perfection, the shirt is awesome don’t like the brush thou but you’re on the right track

  8. Timothy Says:

    Everything that has been said already. Just like in your last post I feel you have too many loud accessories. But you’re still a very good dresser and all of your last posts would have been perfect with some minor adjustments on either fit or accessories.

    Though I initially really didn’t like or get that brush pin I could imagine it looking rather fun on a heavy tweed fabric of sorts. A more country look that pin and less other distractions and you’d look like a hunter… or somebody on his way to Oktoberfest^^

  9. Taryor Gabriels Says:

    Thank you guys for all the comments.This is about the best fashion blog I’ve ever been s part of.All the suggestions are noted.

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