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Happy to help and you'll be pleased. Don't be afraid to ask questions as he is not only honest and direct but knows all his bolt fabrics well. I'm not the most fabric literate but conveyed what colors, weights, etc I was looking for and he helped narrow down options, share what was different about each one and such.Trip 1 is picking the fabric and sharing the style (flat, pleats, any special pocket requests). Trip 2 is 2 weeks later where you try them on, they are not...
I'm happy to share insights here as I exclusively use Mr Ned's for custom pants (just did another purchase a few months back and brings me up to 6 pairs total). I've only experienced him and none others so can't comment on that, but selected him based on all the online reviews out there. As you can imagine based on the number of pairs I own, I'm very happy with them. I went to him originally because I can't fit in anything OTR in any large department store including...
Received the Scott & Charters cardigan and tried on tonight. Here's both buttoned and unbuttoned. It's a burgundy color with black undertones and is on the darker side vs a richer/brighter plum or true purple color in case any had an eye on it. Very nice and classy color. And bonus pic - happened to wear my fuzzy butteros today.
Allen Edmonds Marcoliani Mr Ned
Sounds awesome!! Are the width of the ties going to be changed moving forward to a new standard of 3.5 in or sticking to 3.25?
Long time lurker. Allen Edmonds Marcoliani birdseye Mr Ned
How would you differentiate the purposes if at all between the yak brush and lambswool polishing mitt? They sound like they are both perfect for a final buff/dust off before and after the day. Thoughts on how to use differently or do they achieve the same result?
Wow it took awhile to make it your way wonder if they ran into difficulties. But they look amazing and wear them well!!
Cool thanks. Figure because of the weight it's better as an outer layer and zipping when I need to vs keeping it zipped up all day in the office as the main layer.
Makes sense and thanks. And maybe slouchy was a bad word but just wondered if it looked more fitted than it should.
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