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Quote: Originally Posted by Holdfast I Very nice indeed, HF. Quote: Originally Posted by SpooPoker Loverly, Spoo. Does the Rubinacci have a greenish tinge? That's how it's showing up on my monitor.m I do agree with Zbromer that a lighter-colored trouser might bring out the jacket a little more. Where are you going on vacation? My vacation/honeymoon less than 2 weeks away!
3-Sixteen and RRL.
Some photos from last year's event http://s272.photobucket.com/albums/j...cago%20Social/
Some photos from last year's event. http://s272.photobucket.com/albums/j...cago%20Social/
"A Nightengale Sang in Berkeley Square".
Frankly, you're better off going to a place like Nordstrom's Rack, whose everyday prices beat Brooks Brothers' clearance prices, e.g. I recently purchase four pair of gabardines from Premier (a Canadian manufacturer) and Zanella for $59 - $80 each.
Quote: Originally Posted by dhc905 That's it, Riccardo... May Street is pretty good - I recommend going Sun-Wednesday because it's BYOB - and having gone to countless relatively expensive but not super pricey places in Chicago I think it's one of the best (to give you an idea, I'd put Eve, Sable, Cafe Babareeba, Hub51, most of the gastropubs, and most Indian and Italian places [dinner], in the same category). Service and food were both above average...
Chicagoans, I suspect that Dei Giovanni in the Loop sells suits from the same Italian manufacturers that Jeff of Wizard of Aahs uses (used?) for his Baroni and Marco Valentino.
Quote: Originally Posted by Xiaogou So true! Lou-- start a list. Michael and I got plane tickets already. We'll be there for sure. Are you really calling it the Tea Party Get- together? J/k. "Burton"/Gerard is the keeper of the list and our "banker" for this year's event. We are thinking of calling the event "The English Cut" (just like the Spanish department store chain "El Corte Inglés"). You're welcome to bring your Tea...
"Burton"/Gerard is the keeper of the list and our "banker" for this year's event. We are thinking of calling the event "The English Cut" (just like the Spanish department store chain "El Corte Inglés").
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