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 Welcome to the club!This is where understanding significant others become crucial.  Or lying, but I don't recommend that...
 Take a quick trip to a tailor - if you don't have one, check with a good local store like Nordstrom or look on Yelp.  Walts (and nice trousers in general) are designed to be easy alter in the waist and going from a 36 to a 35ish waist is a piece of cake and fairly inexpensive.  It's worth it to get a perfect fit!
Brown Cliftons:  
 Eh?  It says 222 last, which AFAIK is the same as Players.
 So basically a brown Players? (And ditto on the 108 last - by far my favorite)
 Ha, very true.  As a software engineer, I'm trying to be one of the few geek outliers!
 Man, isn't that the truth - Seattle has horrible footwear.   Congrats on the move - Seattle and NY are both awesome places in their own way, but if I could, I'd probably take NY. I felt the same about the Clifton at first too, but after a few wears, it's my favorite shape since it has the longer captoe - other ones like the Townley just seem more "bulby".  Walnut definitely feels more pointy than the brown too.
 Brown Clifton.  If that doesn't change your mind, nothing will. 
Fantastic slim cotton shawl cardigan from Beams+.  The hard twist cotton knit is solid and smooth and the dark navy color is great. Horn buttons are really nice (extra button included).  Only worn a few times and not washed - it turns out I'm just not a cardigan guy.  Originally $230 from Unionmade.   Measurements: Chest: 19.5” pit to pit Sleeves: 32.25” center of neck to cuff, 24” shoulder seam to cuff. Shoulders: 16.5” (seam to seam across back) Length: 24” (bottom...
These are fantastic shirts - slim and fantastically made in NYC from Japanese cotton, just a touch large for me unfortunately.  All are in excellent condition, washed cold and hang dried. Originally $135.   See the Ernest Alexander site for more info about their shirts: http://www.ernestalexander.com/clothing   Measurements: Neck: 15" Chest: 20.5” pit to pit Sleeves: 32.5” center of neck to cuff, 24” shoulder seam to cuff. Shoulders: 17” (seam to seam across...
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