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A little historical perspective: Trousers were originally worn without creases. Side creases were also common and popularized by Queen Victoria's Prince Consort Albert in the mid 19th century. Here is an example of well-dressed gentlemen wearing uncreased trousers in 1872, about a decade after Prince Albert's death: http://mistercrew.com/files/2010/09/victorian_mens_fashion_01.jpg
Maybe in Baltimore, which to me hardly has a real winter. But in Chicago, waiting for the train at 8 AM when the temperature has not yetrisen to the predicted high of 10 degrees F, corduroy without long-johns is a non starter.
Never heard of them. However, the styles they show are a bit flashy for the Style Forum paradigm.
This comment has been made before, but deserves repetition; How, little menswear style has changed in 70 years. Replace the tie and the NM customer' s clothing would look relatively contemporary. Compare 1845 to 1916 and one sees vastly different styles.
Son hermosos.
Refreshingly understated. Radiates gravitas. I assume that you wear socks.
Neither is Armani.The Brooks Bros suggestion is worth trying ,but don't expect fitting geniuses either,if the San Francsco store is representative. Check out the Milano model. It is the slimmestfitting BB suit
Several SF members seem to be satisfied with Spoon Tailors.I have the opposite impression. About two years ago I wandered in therewhen I happened to be in the neighborhood. I asked about having themmake a tweed sport coat . The response: "We don't do tweed". So I asked,what if I brought my own fabric? The response: "We only work with ourown fabric:" When I was there someone was being fitted with a very genericsuit that looked like it came from Nordstrom's. That could...
Understated elegance when dealing the consequences of his policies: http://assets2.motherboard.tv/content-images/contentimage/no-slug/298f9c13c90553a9210245d5e64bdf36.jpg
Beckett and Robb is not bespoke. It is MTM.
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