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Although I love the fit of this suit, I'm listing it as I give it almost no mileage because I have too many navy suits and I need space in my closet. The suit jacket is meant to be worn as a sport coat as well, and the fabric goes well as such. This is an extremely high quality suit for the price. I'd say on par with RLPL with the right fabric. The fit is extremely well balanced for a size 36S slim. Sleeves and pants have plenty of fabric to shorten /...
Recent suit from Kent. Please excuse the bathroom shot.  
 I do. Similar in slimness, different materials. Like them equally.
I suggest taking it to your local tailor and try to use the $50 for a repair or at least get a consultation.
 I went with lutron as you suggested. They worked very well. I think the floors are oak... After cleaning them, they look nice, although I would like a lighter color. I'm still contemplating changing them.
I decided to go with light fixtures in the walls. I talked to an electrician and was quoted $350 per light for the living room (x3, one on each wall between the windows). Is this reasonable at all?
I completely don't understand why one would view open top cars so negatively. I've actually never heard that, ever. In terms of Porsche, I've heard that the boxster is a hairdresser's car in California. Even that's stupid... go drive a boxster and find out.
I think that should help. Just be careful as shortening the back rise significantly will end up causing the front of the trousers to be closer to the legs. This will detract from the clean fall of the material at the front. It's all about the balance.   Oh, and make sure you're wearing the pants at the right height... I find that many guys like to wear them at the hips, which is another cause of the bunching.
 I know how to fix this for sure. Play around with your front and back rises. If you make your front rise longer than your back, the pants should fall much more nicely from your buttocks to your legs. The back rise, front rise, and thigh circumference will be key to a clean fit. Done properly, you should be able to remove all creases at the back legs. I played around with these three factors and I have no creases with KW pants. Examples that will cause the wrinkles at the...
Getting a new 14' E350 at $10K off. Most floor models have 4Matic. Dealer says it's "required" for east coast weather (NYC). I see that it adds 200 lbs to the car. What are your opinions on 4Matic? I usually lean against this kind of stuff for sedans.
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