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A little closet cleaning - Charvet, T&A, Hermes that I just never got around to wearing with any frequency. Happy to do a side deal with any interested members: http://www.ebay.com/sch/dittycom/m.html?item=301939170419&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
NIB NOS Edward Green Banbury for Paul Stuart - 11/11.5D on the hard to find 404 last: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NIB-Edward-Green-Banbury-for-Paul-Stuart-Chestnut-Calf-UK-11-11-5D-404-Last-/301925338821?
More closet cleaning - Hilditch & Key, T&A, Asprey shirts in size 16; BB OBD in size 16.5, Made In USA; PRL and Paul Stuart jackets in 42R and 44R, respectively; and shell cordovan split toe loafers from Carmina: http://www.ebay.com/sch/dittycom/m.html?item=301739777834&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
I went for the brown (B10) with wide width and regular length. Can't wait to get it :-)
Thank you Cleav - hope all is well! I think I owe you some pictures of a Dunhill DB that I had some work done on - a few more weeks and it will be just the right weather for a heavy flannel pinstriped DB
That's an interesting question. I don't necessarily pattern an outfit after something that I saw in a Lawrence Fellows drawing, but on the other hand many issues include fabric/patterns carousels that are definitely interesting and can give you ideas on pattern matching (the carousel will have a suit fabric at the center; if you select a certain shirt fabric, the carousel has corresponding tie and hosiery selections). From a historical perspective, I think the books are...
Yep, cloud antique. I had seen it before at Saks but it seemed to have a sparkly aspect to it which did not leave a good impression in my mind. But this pair had more of a boned, antique color which is really something to see.
Thanks - it's dark oak but a touch darker than most of my other EGs in that color - similar to the dark oak shannons that ironist posted pics of a while back. Definitely darker than the Chelseas in dark oak that I purchased (at far right).
I've been working on my collection of these:
Not exactly menswear, but I purchased a few of these recently:
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