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My wedding band is Mokume Gane and I'd be absolutely forced to buy a matching belt. So there's that!
Interesting to hear that Clapham is an own brand. I picked up a couple cheap sets of their socks because they're made in Italy and seemed fun. Machine linked toe and quality but pretty thick material for a dress sock. They've lasted better than unsimply stitched (which are a stretchier fabric despite a similar 80/20 composition, have seen a lot more pilling) but they're still not quite the type of socks that I like. Still better than happy socks!
I'd love to get a pair of Winners, but I think the price is pretty absurd. It just doesn't make sense to pay that much for them. I nearly picked a pair up before deciding to get a fun color in the Paul Smith collab instead. I can only speak to comfort and say that the Winners are extremely comfortable in the store. I don't know how long they'd last, though.
I'm getting my first diamond weave and first pin dot! Another macclesfield as well. Have yet to decide on if I like the grenadines as much as y'all do. David is great though, and I'm done buying ties anywhere else (except maybe canali on sale).
I spent all my pants money and also lunch money on the sale. I'll get the burgundy and graphite Ryans when I get some more paychecks. Those look awesome.
Are there any plans to bring out other twills/non denim fabric in the reed or Ryan lines? I think I own everything you guys have made in the past year for those two fits. Also, how similar is the fit of the Ryan to the Henley? On the website, sometimes it calls the Ryan straight, sometimes slim. Never had the guts to try the Henley but it has such great fabrics available.
I ordered ties on Thursday night/Friday morning and they got here on Wednesday. That's 5 real life days from order to in my hands. I am also really pleased with what I got. Bitter chocolate grossa, slate blue fina, and a macclesfield print. I agree that you need more spread out pindots and knits etc. I probably won't buy ties anywhere else from now on.
The South Coast Plaza store is very weird, it's hit or miss. They had no problem applying discounts some time, and other times they say no and you have to walk away. 1199 for two 1818s seems awesome, is that about as low as they go?
I've been extremely satisfied with all my shirts from them as well as the tuxedo they made me for my wedding. I can't speak to really long term wear, but we did a test shirt and then made modifications to that and the fit has been perfect since then. As for their value, there are a lot of brilliant fabrics available under 150 per shirt. Thomas Mason silver and all that. One day I'd love to get one of their ultra lux 400 dollar sea island things, but I might be afraid to...
I pinned mine directly to the lapel for my wedding 10 days ago. No button hole, and there was no problem at all.
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