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Quote: Originally Posted by NAMOR good point. Remember a month ago, you couldnt decide whether or not to get your pants cuffed? Well the pair I was wearing had a leg opening that was just a touch too wide. We are talking about 1 inch. I thought I could live with it but apparently not 1" is a fairly large difference... at least how I measure leg opening. Quick question, do you guys measure leg opening as flat across or all the way around? ...
I'm looking for slim and modern stuff - slim/tailored fit shirts, pants with a leg opening of ~8", and shoes as a B/C width. No jeans, polos, or sneakers needed. Pre-owned is preferred as long as there is still a lot of life, I'm looking to stay on a somewhat limited budget so new may be out of the question for some of these. Shirts (15" and 32/33): Thomas Pink Charles Tyrwhitt TM Lewin Zegna Ben Sherman Original Penguin Pants (31/32 waist): Original Penguin Ben...
Gah. If those Pink shirts were 14.5 or even 15 you'd have three shirts sold. :/
Just got my pair of cufflinks in. They look great and the entire transaction was super easy. Thanks!
Weird... VLC has always played pretty much everything I've ever thrown at it.
I second the Ebay idea. I just bought a pair of slightly used AE loafers for $30 shipped. Pretty solid. If you are willing to look at pre owned and factory seconds there are a ton of options under $200. As previously suggested search eBay and lurk the B&S forum here for a week or so, I bet something nice'll pop up.
Quote: Originally Posted by Ich_Dien Buy a suit on B&S an you'll get a much better deal. +1 And $500 is very steep for Lauren by RL anyways. I see them on sale for $250-$300 all the time at my Macy's.
Oh of course. Yes I realize it's main stream, over priced, etc. But hey I found it was a great meal and a great time.
New York Strip at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, with a side of shoestring fries (of course). Absolutely amazing. I will say, their 500 degree plate really seemed to help keep the steak warm for the entire meal. I would have guessed it wouldn't be useful after ~10min.
Not a movie, but Neal Caffrey from the TV show "White Collar" is very well dressed IMO. He wears his clothes, not the other way around; I particularly enjoy the fedora.
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