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Update: Damian has indeed helped, and most helpfully. As it happens, TJ speaks no English, doesn't take plastic or PayPal, and won't give out his bank account number for wire transfers. So Damian has kindly offered to facilitate all ends of the transaction. FWIW, the street that TJ's shop is on appears to be a semi-famous club/restaurant district. While Jan Kielman has a very visible, old-English-looking shop, TJ's is on a little square between two larger buildings...
Does your tailor remember? Or did you find the cloth from a different merchant? Either way, matching tweeds is dangerous stuff. If the lengths came from different batches, they could be completely different colors.
If F is tight on the instep, there's not much you can do. I couldn't get into the regular F for much the same reason so I tried the wide fitting-- (not sure if it is "F" width or something different). The fit isn't awful, especially in Norwegers, but it isn't great. Regular P2 is much better. Too bad. It is one of the nicer RTW lasts out there. Those who fit into the regular width will have most of their good shoe requirements solved.
If I understand the McAfee report correctly, it seems to think your site has links with others that have been flagged for bad behavior. "Red flag by association" was their expression. Not sure what those links might be, but that is what they are picking up. And whatever is on my iPad was very happy to put me through to the site, so obviously opinions differ.
8-9 is smoother and less bulky. More suit-like, although a plausible option for a sport jacket especially if you do patch pockets. Same could be said for the lighter Finmeresco.
The hidden costs of not paying journalists enough to know about bespoke ties.
Very nice. Boring in the best possible way!
That is a good book, but it is rather suit-like. Or are there a few hopsacks thrown in the middle somewhere? I've never thought to look for them.
Just so you know, my computer's protector flashed up the following when I tried to go to www.kydos.gr:
Can't help you with colors. In general, though, the chalk stripes look surprisingly flannel-ly. Interesting option, where the coarseness of the fabric is actually an asset.
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