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Brussels sprouts are the new beets.
I have to take in the waist on literally every pair of trousers I ever buy, so I guess I take that for granted and include it in the cost... My tailor doesn't charge much more for tapering and hemming than he does for just hemming.
This is so confusing to me. What's wrong with the USA fit? If the legs are too wide for you, you can easily have them narrowed and/or tapered when you get them hemmed.
^ The USA fit has a higher rise...
So did I! Hah. I've been back once since. I love the bar program and their bartenders are all awesome. I've been disappointed by all the food I've had there... but the bread is great. They should do more to showcase it (like Bar Tartine in San Francisco does). Expatriate is one of my favorite places to eat and drink in Portland right now. Ava Gene's is fantastic as well---the vegetable side of the menu kills. I also really love breakfast at Roman Candle next door, but this...
^ This sounds like a shipping issue, not a HY issue, to me, too. I sent a dozen packages via USPS 2-day Priority on 12/16, and some of them took 5 days to arrive. That's par for the course this time of year.     On a more positive note, the HY winter sale has begun: http://www.howardyount.com/collections/sale   I picked up a second pair of mid gray lambswool flannels, because I'd be happy wearing those trousers every day it's below 50.
^ The prototypes Conrad mailed to me for inclusion in the box were made up before he had labels, hence the lack of labels. But that's a really great tie, nice pick.
So what's the order this time around? 
Price dependent on condition, let's work something out!   This is the one I want: http://www.endclothing.com/inverallan-6a-shawl-cardigan-83870.html
I agree with this. No reason not to wear raw silk year round.
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