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Thanks everyone for your compliments! I will try to get some close-ups of the handwork and post soon.
Quote: Originally Posted by California Dreamer Love it. The rolled hems look good. What size is it? It's 30x30 cm.
My wife made me this pocket square in cotton. It is her first attempt, but rather nice I think. Next up are these three cottons: After this, I hope she will agree to do some linen and silk ones as well
Soft-starting the year with a couple of ties. Both seven-fold unlined wool from Tie Your Tie (ugliest name and logo ever, BTW):
Quote: Originally Posted by kryn13 Shipment of new shirts from Carl came in. Three business casual and one more formal. Nice!
I must say that I have not been all that convinced by the Truzzi shirts I have had. Sure, buttons are nice and they have a lot of handwork, but they are not even close in terms o quality of construction and material to my Fray RTW shirts. I also have Charvet RTW which I believe have a great construction, as well as material, but personally I do not like the fit and collar style.
Quote: Originally Posted by whnay. Recently acquired from London. Unlined loafer from G.J. Cleverley made by C&J. Very nice! I am looking for something exactly like this myself.
Quote: Originally Posted by zippyh If you don't have one already, I'd get a diver. Sea Dweller, Submariner, or Seamaster. In that order. Damn you zippyh, you just made me consider the Sea Dweller (previous version) as well . Though I would never even think of a Rolex, but it is growing on me...
Excellent, thanks!
Quote: Originally Posted by HRoi i love my Panerai, and would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone, but by "sports" watch do you mean you need a chronograph? because the model you posted wont fit the bill. but it does look "sporty" so if that's what you meant then it's all good. Looking "sporty" is enough for me Quote: Originally Posted by agent86a As others mentioned, you posted a photo of the IWC 3706. I'm a big...
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