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Quote: Originally Posted by Bhowie Nice sig on the op. FML material, anyone? Heh. When I see all of those adjectives, indeed I think of Perth-- Australia's most cosmopolitan city!
I just now saw this thread. I'm between a 12 and a 13, with a narrow heel and a slightly narrow forefoot. Think these 12s will work?
Is your walk exercise focused? Sort of. I'll walk through the park, doing dips and chinups at the series of kids' playgrounds, on my way to work on a weekend afternoon, for example. The fact that you wear a navy top shouldn't prevent you from wearing jeans though. I'm a bit confused by that. Too much blue. Blue on blue looks kind of stupid to me, especially when the blues are close. This is a top that should be matched with track pants. Wear those and forget...
I guess someone asked this question almost five years ago, but surely this place is smarter and cooler nowadays. Anyway, I frequently find myself going out for lengthy walks wherein mild exercise sometimes occurs, thus prohibiting the use of traditional (or "nice") wool pants. And sometimes I wear a navy top, making jeans a no-no. Traditional khakis are out, as I live in Manhattan, and I don't work tech support. Cargo pants are out, as it is no longer 2002. Corduroy...
Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 Interesting... They still make the Paul Stuart SC suits, right? No longer, according to my PS salesman (but take it with a grain of salt, as he is weird).
Can the prize be transferred in person (you and the buyer) at 611 5th Avenue 10022?
Quote: Originally Posted by Cordovan I don't believe I saw them mentioned here. Yesterday I passed by a tailor on I think 23rd and Broadway (or maybe it was 5th). I didn't see a name on their door or awning. Has anyone heard of them/ used them? Cordovan I think you're speaking of Cardelino.
To be fair, I couldn't tell a "good" shirt from a "great" shirt but as far as I can tell, CEGO is quite good. The shirts fit me perfectly and they have thus far survived quite a few launderings.
Quote: Originally Posted by bkrex Dynasty Tailor on 38th btw 5th and madison. expensive, but worth it. I bought a couple of barney's brand suits for a bit over 200 each, and spent almost as mush to tailor (waist and cuffs, narrowed sleeves and tapered the body), but the suits now look like they were made for me. I suggest being very, very careful with Dynasty Tailors. They (clearly) use multiple tailors and can be very hit or miss. After being...
Yes, it is. And if you listed an email in your profile, I'd be able to reach you.
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