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Uh.. given the audience, pretty sure everyone here has been.   The advice I gave to my brother (who was experiencing something similar) was that the haters just wanted to knock you back down to their level due to their own insecurities.   The response I recommended him in the face of mockery was to slowly eyeball the mocker's outfit from top to bottom, don a sht eating grin and simply say "Okay."  
The other MTM Toronto threads are pretty outdated at this point, so I just wanted to see if Garrison Bespoke was still the consensus pick with regards to MTM shirting in Toronto.   Ascott Chang in NYC replied back to my pricing query and now apparently *starts* at $225 / shirt ranging to $1000+ / shirt (that is frankly insane imo). I'm assuming $225 doesn't even yield basic Thomas Mason fabrics... :(   As such, I'm now looking for alternative MTM shirt options in...
Quick question.. I've worn my West End belt pretty much daily for a year and the color has rubbed off a bit on the belt itself, giving a faded look. Would it be a bad idea to touch it up using some Saphir shoe cream in a similar color? 
Ugh... Hopefully this impending sale of the firm doesn't affect their legendary customer service or quality. I wouldn't bet against that however... They'll probably cut corners and bank on the strength of the brand to coast a few years while production values go the way of Florsheim, Bostonian or Johnston and Murphy.
Ooh.. hoping for a nice donegal. I don't suppose you offer a suede elbow option do you?  
Better than David Clarkson for freaking 7 years...
Salt Optics and Serrengeti come to mind. My Salt Optics say they're handmade in Japan on the side.
I'm actually not sure if I prefer my PBJ's vs the BOM005's I picked up from Jay. Both are excellent, just almost complete opposites in terms of denim characteristics.. Is. Slubbiness, weave density, drape, etc.What was wrong with your Momo fit?
Err.. Its a British brand, with a lot of items made in Turkey AFAIK.
Received my brown houndstooth Slim Walt trousers and I can already tell they're going to be a favorite. Very versatile and subtle pattern. Now to decide on the next pair... Maybe a mid grey nailhead or herringbone.
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