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I have a number of their pieces and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them. Not to everyone's taste but the workmanship IMO is faultless and they're just quirky enough to be interesting rather than embarrassing. http://www.cherchbi.co.uk/shop/squires-holdall-m/
Nor me. Looks pretty good.
Nothing says "effortless style" quite like adolescent homophobia
Actually, based purely upon personal observation, I'd say the young businessmen and women I've seen in my trips to Tokyo are almost universally well dressed.
This.Personally,unless your need is dire, I'd not buy anything until your weight loss has plateaud as you're likely to lose some timber from your neck and you won't be able to alter your collars thus leaving you with a bunch of new shirts you can't wear. Set yourself a weightloss goal ( MOL's as always excellent advice notwithstanding ) and reward yourself with some new clobber when this goal is achieved.Best of luck.
Too bold for what exactly? Looks like a nice bit of schmutter to my uneducated eye.
We Caucasians are inscrutable sometimes, no?I really like Mafoofan's look. Perfectly presentable, nicely relaxed and in keeping with his surroundings.It's a shame you didn't enjoy Browns - if you ever venture into London again try afternoon tea at the Langham. Very civilised.
Purge it with fire like a retreating Soviet army.It's a really interesting thread but ( if you'll forgive me sticking my oar in) it needs curating. Be brutal. Cut the stuff that's not up to the mark - it's your thread and yours is the only opinion as to what's good enough/useful enough to be retained.Just my 2 bob.
The term Blazer is derived from either the striped jackets worn by the crew of the HMS Blazer or the red "Blazer" jackets worn by the Cambridge rowing crews in the early nineteenth century.Seersucker came to Britain via India. Whether it arrived there from Persia via trade or conquest is beyond my shaky recollection and education.Gingham (I can only assume) arrived in Britain via the films of Doris Day and the table-cloths of various Italian eateries in Soho
On top of the comments about diving in too quickly I'd add thinking that buying cheap doesn't mean buying twice. Far better to acquire a quality but limited set of staples that you can use as a foundation than any number of cheaper items of a limited quality and lifespan.
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