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Mexico City might be the most formal in Latam other than Santiago, in the circles political and financial circles that you describe. Dark colors, mainly mid-grey and charcoal, and sometimes navy. French cuffs. Sao Paulo is a little more business casual, less ties however usually a nice sports jacket in the same circles. Panama actually v dressy in those circles, and dark colors rule. BsAs would be shades of grey, plain color shirts w/no cufflinks, lots of darker striped...
Excellent suggestion. If you want to get out of the CBD, and enjoy fantastic Italian food, suggest any of the restos in Haberfield.
Do you see yourself flying more privately in the future? If so, you should have the conversation with the brand-name fractional jet folks like Netjets, Flexjet, et al. Your problem will be the distance between NYC metro airports and Montana, which means you'd have to have something with range over 2,000 nm, which means bigger equipment and operating costs. The fractional folks wouldn't need to leave their equipment there for a week, could possibly be flying somewhere else...
Like an envelope of cash at the end of each month. You'd still have a lease. Hope the ATO isn't reading.
Have a look at Balmain, Drummoyne and Hunters Hill (Inner Harbour), as you will be working in Darling Harbour and can catch a ferry on either the NSW or Captain Cook Parramatta River service. Drummoyne will have homes in your price range, and all three have lovely parks. Hunters Hill/Woolwich will be the dearest option, however there would be some affordable places closer to Gladesville, and the schools are some of the best PS in Sydney metro. Tip: you'll get more in SYD...
Morning. Today's Australian has an article on bespoke tailors. Zink and P Johnson are mentioned, however there is a mob in Adelaide, Tailors of Distinction listed. Does anyone have experience with them?
http://thelondonlounge.net/gl/forum/...pic.php?t=4842 Sastreria Cheverny is Recoleta, BA.
Umm, the first Patton quote was made during a service in one of the liberated "holiday camps" the rest of the world now calls Concentration Camps. This was the same day that he just about executed the few SS officers that were captured, with tears in his eyes. Guess what? Patton was really good at killing an inferior German Army and special guard, as Marshal Zhukov did in the East (been to Volgograd, thanks). This is why the Soviets and Americans became the leading...
That is a very nice coat. I had two suits made at John Kent on Stafford St. when Darren Beaman was there. These are fantastic, my wife loves them.
One would not wear anything manufactured by Barbour while frontpointing. Ice destroys natural fabric.
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