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Bengal-Stripe, is there any way to prevent crepe soles from disintegrating like that? Or is that just a sad inevitability?
D'oh. I could have used one yesterday, but the 15 percent one worked, so it's not awful. Or that's what I'll tell myself anyway. Besides, snapping up a pair of C&J-made Polo boots for $143 is pretty good ...
Second the AA suggestion--I bought exactly the T-shirt you're looking for.
My guess is that it's a fake. The font in the Black Label looks off (too thick lettering); I don't think the lining in Black Label suits has the eagle; the pockets are flap, not besom. It's kinda hard to see the hanging tag in the big picture from that angle, but it's pretty clearly the wrong kind. Pass and move on. EDIT: Took a look at the seller's other auctions. If the suits are anything like this one, then they're definitely fake, they're definitely awful-look fakes,...
Others have said this is the Harrison that makes the Millionaire's Cashmere. I haven't a clue on that end, but I bought one of their zip cardigans from Bluefly. The quality was exceptional, but the fit was really baggy (their S fit like other brands' L sizes).
Other than the shape of the lapels (too pointy and not bellied enough for a DB IMO), it doesn't look bad.
Isn't it also pulling because the bottom button's buttoned? In any case, it's pretty sweet.
I go to Chelsea Barbers. Good cuts, and I love the hot lather and straight razor. They jacked their prices up to $25, which still isn't that bad for what you get.
Quote: "¢ 84% cotton, 14% polyester, 2% Lycra®. That's a fair bit of stretch, which makes little sense for a relaxed-fit pair of jeans. If I were you, I'd pass. In any case, don't buy them at retail. I have a pair of 100 percent cotton bootcut Sevens cords, and they're not bad. They are kinda flimsy for corduroy, which I'm not a big fan of, but they were only $60 at Filene's.
Quote: Anytime I see pinstripe slacks, the only thought that comes to mind is... "Where's the other half of the suit..." It might be just me, anyone else agree? Just a question: would you think the same for a pinstriped jacket without the matching pants? A lot of casual sportcoats nowadays are striped, but to me they look sufficiently different from suit jackets that you don't have that problem (ie, not navy worsted with moderately spaced white...
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