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Re: Darren BeamanFor those SF newcomers-http://www.styleforum.net/t/350215/darren-beaman-and-the-statute-of-limitations
We need a little more context. Do these same persons wear socks?
You heard the man.
This "contemporary" model isn't the real thing.Something like this should be avaiilable in England- not necessarily with the wool lining:http://www.oconnellsclothing.com/product.php?productid=20348&cat=612&page=1
+ I've met him more than a few times. He used to attend Meet-Ups regularly. His clothes are very well-cut IMHO, and he wears them well
If you are referring to a "greatcoat" the only place that I am aware that has them is O'Connells,appropriately in Buffalo NY. The other trad emporia auch as the Andover Shop might alsocarry them as well as Paul Stuart which I know had them years ago.http://www.oconnellsclothing.com/product.php?productid=18523&cat=377&page=1
Very nice. I love the coat. It's great to see someone dressing like a gentleman. I would change the scarf. That is, unless you wear it to show that you have something in common with the masses who also advertise their connection with Burberry. Is the coat from Burberry?I have one that is over 20 years old in gray wool and cashmere. Kept me very warm on a trip to NYC last January.
You are correct. Just on style comment, the collar points seem too short, but that of course, may be your preference.
I know nothing about their operation except that a half decent suit not on sale runs around $1000 at a minimum. This firm is paying New York rents and offering " custom" clothing for the same price. Something does not add up. Style Forum is replete with the sad stories of members who spent their money at places which made similar claims. Just to compare, I spent $650 on a MTM suit from a respected NY tailor, and Style Forum affiliate in 1987. You are in finance. Do the...
Street cred is dependent upon which half was black.
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