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The really rich kids usually wear xxxx$ sneakers, Hermes everything and casual designer clothes from top to bottom. Usually accompanied by ridiculously expensive sports cars.    I do see some young guys at high-end stores that tend to wear more classic menswear, but yeah, it completely depends on the individual. I've seen some incredibly out of place college juniors in DB suits, suspenders, camel coats etc. It looks more like a costume than anything else, at that age....
Very cool idea. I hope that the recipients also give away the pieces that doesn't fit, instead of flipping it on Ebay.   I'm looking for a classic Tie, anything really. Blue? Dark Blue? Decent red? brown? etc. I have mostly everything else, but my tie "collection" is brutal.   I'll pay shipping from anywhere to Norway. When I come home from vacation I'll see what I put up for donation, think I have a nice couple of black cap-toes in 10D that are far too tight for me....
I love some break. No break words if you have very narrow trousers...too wide and they just look too short, especially when moving.   
The Ebay seller that scammed me around Christmas, 'jaihoor'  http://www.ebay.com/usr/jaihoor   The various aliases I've found to now:  If you see through the ads, they pictures are taken at the same place. Same reoccurring background, etc.    liverano (http://www.styleforum.net/u/216434/liverano) cartier (http://www.styleforum.net/u/194993/cartier) cucinelli (http://www.styleforum.net/u/204931/cucinelli) AlterEgo (http://www.styleforum.net/u/156661/alterego) jaihoo...
Could be that...but it's sh!tty practice, that's for sure. A perfect way to get screwed yourself (I just went through the sellers feedback, and it turns out it is a poster here that I sold a bunch of shirts to).  Since I haven't gotten any offers or interest from that buyer, I'm guessing he's testing the waters on how much he could be getting for the suit, if he just flips it on Ebay.    But while we're at shady practice: I was scammed on a Brioni tux right around...
Some Ebayer (scammer) seems to be stealing ads and pics here, posting them on Ebay.    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Isaia-Navy-Birds-Eye-Suit-42R-/261831232936?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cf65b8da8   my styleforum ad:    http://www.styleforum.net/t/455398/42r-40r-birds-eye-navy-isaia-suit-base-gregory-staple-piece
I had a pair in U-last size 10. They were unfortunately too narrow, and I got blisters on both toes after first wear...but my god were they beautiful and well made. Any lasts that could fit me? I'd need at least one "size" wider. 
Sorry, had a brain fart. I meant too short!
Belvest DB   Sleeves 0.5" too long short, but other than that, I'm enjoying it. Best 120 bucks I've spent, for a brand new suit.   
Hello,    I don't have any chances to try out our buy barba shirts locally, so I'll have to use online stores...but I noticed that the measurements seem kinda small for the various sizes.    I'm normally 40 and 41 in shirts like Eton, Eterna, etc. In Corneliani (Slim fit) I'm a 16.5 / 42, if anyone have tried either, or can relate to the sizes.    Do the Barba shirts tend to run very slim? Do you have to size up, and if so, how many sizes? 
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