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^^ Details really make it AAS. Not a supporter of the shooz, but otherwise incredibly nice. That seersucker shirt is golden.
^ Sounds like it. Although if the Walts can kind of work, as it sounds, you can get the thighs let out. Sometimes short run fabrics don't make it to Rudys, although that seems less and less common in recent seasons.
Would love to see the 5-pocket jean option on the rivet chino, which we were talking about earlier. Would also love to see more color cords available. (Brown!)   The rivet MTO program looks fantastic, though.
All items ship in the U.S. with USPS Priority Mail shipping. International shipping at cost. All payments via PayPal, of course. Please reply or PM with any questions.   Some OG TOJ here -- shirts from their very first run, discontinued like the rest of the line is soon to be. Own a piece of SF history, and wear it, too.   First is an overdyed cotton poplin in dark navy with a turquoise cast. It's an amazing color in a lighter fabric perfect for layering or for...
Some closet cleaning of items that work well for late summer and fall. All items ship in the U.S. with USPS Priority Mail shipping. International shipping at cost. All payments via PayPal, of course. Please reply or PM with any questions.   First is a pair of Epaulet Walt trousers in a Barberis Slate Guncheck, originally a 33 and taken in at the waist to a 32. Bought NWT and worn once. A stunning pattern and soft Barberis wool. They read from a distance as an...
Some closet cleaning of items that work well for late summer and fall. All items ship in the U.S. with USPS Priority Mail shipping. International shipping at cost. All payments via PayPal, of course. Please reply or PM with any questions.   [[SPOILER]]     Second, a Richard James Saville Row wool-linen navy SC. This isn't your run-of-the-mill navy sportcoat. The fabric has subtle textural variegations, and the buttons are off-white MOP for a unique but versatile look....
Double four-in-hand is a good idea. MSchapiro, if you e-mail Vanda, Gerald will be happy to advise you.
^ 57" is standard tie length in many countries including the U.S. Or did you mean that you're 5-foot-7-inches?
^ The white stitching will fade/darken with wear and care. If you use polish on your CXL, it'll take on the color of the polish the first time you use it. If you don't use polish, and, like me, just use a neutral cream, It'll darken and become a natural part of the boot:     I think Mike has a pair of OG 405s where he tonal'ed out the stitching. These are 403s from Epaulet (no longer in an apt with orange walls thankfully). 4 years of wear -- my first Epaulet...
^ From last year.
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