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Quote: Originally Posted by newtrane It sounds that this "Kirgyz White" stuff is a marketing trick though. How much do you pay for the cloth? The expense I do not know.
These samples are from a Dormeuil Kirgyz White book...310grams/10.5 ounces...60% Kirgyz wool and 40% Merino extrafine whatever that means...quite nice book for Fall jackets...I would opt for the chocolate brown cloth...
Alternatives to the John Lobb Brington...suggestions appreciated. If one is considering a shoe similar to the John Lobb Brington (museum black) what alternatives (if any) exist for consideration. The Lobb 7000 last fits me like a glove; the only aspect of the shoe that I'm not in love with is the decoration on the quarters, but it is a minor quibble.
...all kinds and all shades...if I had to pick one it would be the upper-left or the upper-right shoe...
The Rubinacci handkerchiefs are really nice... I recently received the San Carlo in black and I think the price was $80 maybe a little less...
Answered my own question... http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...ad.php?t=80922 If there a difference between Saphir Medaille D'Or Cream and Saphir Creme Surfine; I assume there must be some difference given the different names. Comments appreciated - thank you. images from the Franco's website
Picture is from a stilmacher Corthy post...what does Corthay refer to the brown color as? Thank you.
Quote: Originally Posted by dopey Do a search. There is a great thread on this, somewhere in the archives. I think I found it...thank you. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...hlight=keyhole
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