I have a Thomas Mason shirt from Spoon and it was $195 if I recall correctly.
As an update on the malformed blazer from a few posts ago, they offered to remake it and I'm much more pleased with it now. Also had a few more shirts made that have turned out great. I'll try to post some pictures at some point.
If anything, Spoon has great customer service and will work hard to make you happy. I'm not sure if I'll get another blazer or suit from them just because...
Designing and maintaining a website, syncing physical inventory with online inventory, processing online shipping and returns are all non-trivial tasks. Many brands don't want you to sell their stuff online either. Taking decent photos of your inventory is a lot of work and money too, especially if you're hiring models and using a professional photographer.
Naval shoe by The Generic Man in white canvas. Picked these up new and wore them last summer, but just don't have room in my closet for them. Plenty of life still in them. Includes original box and travel bag.
Made in Portugal
Leather sole with rubber toppy and partial rubber heel
Size EU 43 and tagged US 10.
Price includes shipping within the US, international is an extra $10. PM me if you have more questions.
While they claim it's possible to wear 100 days straight without washing, no one is going to force you to wear it 100 days straight or 3 days a week. It's just a shirt made from wool. Wool doesn't retain odors and sweat the same way cotton or synthetics does. Think of it like a wool sweater, how many wears do you get out of it between dry cleaning? I like wool a lot but am still a little skeptical of their claims. We'll see though.