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Posts by Michael Ay329

I disagree as you are a much smarter customer due to going through your tailoring Odyssey. Even now, your tastes are being even more refined and you will find out what options and type of bespoke works with you, or fails.It would be nice to have had all that wasted money or RTW, MTM, and some disappointing bespoke to be splashed onto my new tailors, but the education I got was costly, but worth itI think you will agree
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I would grab it.Its a gorgeous color mix and would work great with dark, mid, light brown corduroy trousers. Grab it
What a relief that his affiliations with key retailers in major cities makes his business much easier, as none of them should go through the nonsense some of us did when he visited cities on his own. I personally got a bucket of shit thrown at me via his poor service. Through relentelss e-mails, FB msgs, (many of which were ignored), and countless calls (he never once returned my call and no one else at his shop speaks English), I suffered hoping one day I would get my...
Does G&G accept older G&G shoes for the patina service...or is it only on new shoes?
Arahat...the 360 degree Goyser stiching on the burgundy long wing blucher looks elegant
sstomcat...which last did you use on the black calf ankle boot with the stitched apron?
The steel eyelets really complete the boot...good call on your part NAMOR
All the Greek tailors I use make lined jackets...as was the Navy Mistral
I had the Navy blue Mistral made up a few years ago. It is not tightly woven...especially to Lesser's 16oz stuff. I can actually wear it when the weather is in the low 70s and no problem with it indoors. Due to its open weave, it does not keep me as warm as I thought it would, so its more of a late spring through fall suit for me. My tailor enjoyed working with it. I look forward to RAF Mistral
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