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Get measurements before you order. I attended the recent trunk show in San Fran and tried onwhat was marked 44R (us) with Mr Sasamoto, Ring Jacket's rep. It didn't close. I wear Belvest,Isaia, Sartoria Partenopea, H Freeman, in that size with no problems. Good Luck!
Maybe. I'll be comiing back from 8 days in hot humid NYC the night before
I'll be in New York City next week. Haven't been there for a year and a half during their recent Ice Age. Any recommendations for tailored clothing other than the usual: Paul Stuart, Barneys, Bergdorf, Jay Kos, Davide Cenci, Saks etc. The Armoury cut does not work for me. I do not wear short, cut close to the body, jackets as in the current mode. Very natural shoulders are my preference. Any hidden (to me ) gems? Thanks.
I checked sterlingwear online and it appears that they specialize in Pea Coats. Except for a good--looking dress coat I saw. http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/sterlingwear-of-boston-boston-2?select=Bk-iBYOTnokH9ZXOVbfd6g You might wish to check out O'Connells, which may be above the price you want to pay: Neverertheless, their selection is extensive: http://www.oconnellsclothing.com/Topcoats-and-Overcoats/
Correct. Ues the best cobbler in one's area. Because an incompetent cobbler can really mees upshoe.
Well constructed lasted shoes will hardly stretch except a fraction of a width size. If that were not the case, I would have no touble getting 3Es to fit my 4E left foot.
Unless one wears real wool crew socks: http://www.socksaddict.com/1524-Fox-River-Norwegian-Crew-Socks-2789.aspx http://www.socksaddict.com/1290-Wigwam-Husky-Crew-Socks.aspx These were what we wore with boat shoes, loafers, tennis shoes, back in the Ivy heyday when it was too cold to go sock less.
+5 I have one similar. No longer fits, unfortunately.I love the shiirt collars. Where can i get them?Thanks
Do you ever get any 42s with a chest size of 46-48?
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