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You won't get a single person on this board to vote for either A or B; both are hideous and with a budget of $250 you can do much, much better.
Quote: Originally Posted by mafoofan To be clear, MTM isn't really made 'from scratch': the pattern is merely modified from the default. In bespoke, a new pattern is made for you--'from scratch'. Got it, thank you.
MTM, as I understand it, is something that is made for you from scratch, accounting for your every whim and to your exact specifications. An off the rack suit is RTW since you are practically buying a finished product, with the exception of some alterations if needed.
Quote: Originally Posted by vinouspleasure nice facobabble, 10, I would be tempted in my size at current price of $95: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=120209230401 These do indeed look nice.
They look pretty nice; remind me of Ferragamo Tramezzas. For the price you paid, I'd keep them. What's with the creasing on the left shoe?
I absolutely love my Corneliani suit.
Quote: Originally Posted by TheFusilliJerry thanks for the suggestion, but suede is going to get a little to roughed up for this. They are nice shoes though. I saw some shoes I liked at the Johnston & Murphy. Are these do-able: http://www.johnstonmurphy.com/catalo...al&PLOID=44772 Gotcha. I suppose they're "doable" but they look too old fashioned. Since you are in your teens, I'd get something with a bit more pizzazz to it.
Maybe so. It's just the look of those shoes that rubbed me the wrong way. I'd rather go with some Martegani's from Ron Rider a la these: http://cgi.ebay.com/Romano-Martegani...QQcmdZViewItem In any case, there are plenty of options in your price range. Just make sure you do some research on how different brands / lasts fit.
Quote: Originally Posted by TheFusilliJerry what about these? http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...&Parent_Id=522 You're in high school, not a retirement home.
I'd check out Ebay for Mezlan, Ferragamo, Bruno Magli, Pliner, and Allen Edmonds to name a few. You can purchase most aforementioned shoes brand new for less than $150.
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