Originally Posted by Detour Clothing Store
I like the Save Khaki slim ones.
Great fit, great price...super soft!
i was going to recommend Save as well, I don't see them listed on your website...?
I was a big B Nelson fan, was going to drop some shoes off this past monday afternoon and they were closed & the phone # was disconected so, based on a few SF recomendations I tried Jim's on 59th.
I really liked the Joh. Rendenbach leather soles that Nelson's offered, it is too bad that they are gone.
Originally Posted by mmhollis
I'd agree with just buying the subscription it's a huge discount. On another note, anyone know of a place in NYC where I can purchase Men's Ex or Leon?
you can buy pretty much any Japanese magazine at Kinokuniya
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dropbeats... you are interviewing for your first job? from a styleforum.net point of view your suit is not so hot, but don't worry about it. Worry about showing up at the interview with some idea about what the company is doing, and what the job is.
If you go with the suit you have, get your Mom or girlfriend to hem the pants with safety pins, if you want to blow your $250 check, think about something like...
I was thinking the same thing, reading voxsartoria's thread on Steed bespoke... they list a two-piece semi-bespoke for 775 GBP, which is about 1,100 USD; are there tailors in NYC that offer Steed quality MTM for about the same price?
Context had them, their website still shows pictures but they are listed as sold out
you can see some of the stuff at blue bee...
but the travel kit is listed at $160, that's the "dopp bag" I got at the JS for $105
I have been to their West Broadway store, not sure if the one in the Meatpacking district is that different
Filson bags, that they "weather" or distress, usually adding about 20% to the internet cost, i.e. Crane.
A large selection of Timberland shoes from the Timberland Boot Company line, I am not sure if the JS does any additional distressing to these.
Dress shirts by Turnbull & Asser that JS either distresses or dyes.
Every combination of fit/size/wash...