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Anyone know where to get Buzz Rickson stuff (specifically khakis) in Tokyo?
Good guys always wear white. Wear an all white outfit.
Quote: Originally Posted by Fishball Where is it? I didn't saw any this afternoon. In the middle tables, toward the south exit.
Quote: Originally Posted by ginlimetonic btw, i'm not in HK at the moment, but may go there when vacation allows. anyone quote me a price on Ascot Chang shirts? I need some shirts made, extremely likely to go to Jantzen, who does $550 a pop. AFter a couple of washes and wears, if I can't tell the marginal increase in comfort, fabric quality or stitching, I don't think feel its justified and I will not buy again the more expensive...
The khakis are great. They have a lot of cool emblematic ties (would be better if skinnier). The top line of suits are half canvassed by Southwick. Have about the same shoulder as other Southwick, I think.
Running shoes only look good at >6mph.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DocHolliday No offense, AP, but I tend to view Trad as its own thing, based in mid-century style but only somewhat reflective of it. When a guy's wife encourages him to dress more mid-century, I would not necessarily think "Trad." Maybe I'm off base, but I'm guessing she's interested in the edgier, more fashionable elements of '60s style that Trad largely eschews. True. Which is why sending him to the BB Fitzgerald...
There is an internet forum devoted to mid-century style (and preppy sportswear) at AAAC. http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...splay.php?f=41 very likely with more information than you would like. From their is a thread picturing what guys at the State Department were wearing on one particular day in February 1959. It should give good historical examples http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...t=foggy+bottom At the easiest level, the Brooks Brothers Fitzgerald...
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