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 Tirailleur1 at Pitti Kent Wang unstructured suitPost-Imperial pocket squarePost-Imperial tie Hell yeah, donegal suit. Most people are too timid and only get jackets. Suits all the way.
Heathered is the most common term I've heard. But Google searches for 'heathered fabric' returns 500k results, 'melange fabric' 700k, 'marled fabric' 400k. Roughly the same distribution searching for 'heathered grey', etc. Maybe I should stick with melange?
  I'm having a hard time deciding what to call these. I'm currently going with melange.   It might be marled or heathered. A Google Image Search turns up a lot of stuff that looks like the polo shirt above, but the Wikipedia article on heather says 'flecks', which makes me think of donegal.   Donegal has flecks, and not stripes.   I don't think they're slubby, as I think slubs are protrusions on the yarn and can be felt.    A lot of linen, like the above...
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I want to hire one or two artists to work on pocket square designs. Pay will be per piece, from $300-1000 depending on complexity. I have dozens of ideas in the pipeline so ideally if we can keep costs low, I can give you a lot of work.   Requirements Able to produce digital files, preferably in vector, but depending on the project, scanned work in raster may be ok Timely, professional, good communication. Able to make revisions at least once a week. Send a...
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I used to wear AE Park Avenue but got sick of how bulbous the toe looks. If you think you may have this problem, it would save you money in the long run to get the last that you like.    
I'm going to Tokyo and want to have a look at these shops. They have so many locations. Is there a specific 'flagship' location for each one? Or maybe menswear flagship?
I just want to clarify that there's about 100 fabrics at price level A. More swatch books are listed on the suit page. And of course if you want a more expensive fabric, you only need to pay the difference.
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