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I'm re-thinking my travel wardrobes. The ideal is to have a collection of shoes all from the same last, so I can save space by omitting at least one pair of trees. Wear one, pack one (or two). For a longer trip, pack three but use only two sets of trees, and stuff boxers and socks in the third pair. The trick is finding the right combination for the road. Two-day business trips = 2 black oxfords (unless it's in California). Wear one on the train to NY, pack one for...
The sleeves are not too long. If anything, you might want to let them down 1/4". But don't sweat it. It is everything a DB suit should be.
W Bill linen is awesome for suits and/or trousers.
Send them an e-mail with your location and general errand. They will put you in touch with a local distributor.
Not quite so well-finished as, say, Lessers, but the general reputation with tailors is good.
Personally, I am in the process of going long some shirts at Charvet.
What is the length, and are you considering offering 2 lengths?
What, no Sovereigns?
The big advantages of ETFs are that you can trade them intra-day, the fund sponsor can't prevent you from buying for the short term (as Vanguard will do if you're a threat to park many millions in their index funds), and you're unlikely to get hit with realized gain distributions if everyone else liquidates their shares. None of which seem relevant to your situation.Indexed mutual funds will often have lower expenses than ETFs. You also don't have transaction cost...
If you had a certain Italian tailor, you'd understand all.
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