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I only own their casual stuff but I've tried on their dress shirts, and yeah, the sleeves are pretty short IIRC.
^^^that Ovadia is damn nice!
Here you go:http://www.styleforum.net/t/69654/the-umbrella-cane-riding-crop-and-miscellaneous-accessories-porn-threadWhile on the topic, I'm in the market for a new one. I know that DM has some English ones (Fox?).I suspect Buck's and AmTailors do as well, although they might have some Italian ones too, which I vastly prefer.Any intel on range or prices for Talarico or Maglia would be gratefully received.
Beautiful ties. Can I ask what make-up you went for in terms of folds and lining?
Thanks mate. Any idea on pricing?
+1 fxh. I've wasted several hundred dollars in wasted postage, return postage, or reselling at a loss, all because it's nearly impossible to judge what will work without a try-on. Double Monk know their products well, too. But a shame there isn't one in Brissie. On the topic, I seem to recall hearing a while back that DM were going to start stocking Carminas. Did that ever happen? I know American Tailors doesn't anymore, and Henry Buck's only has a single, extremely...
Thanks very much for that, Mr Six.Am I right in thinking that 3-fold is a Madder or similar, making it look even lighter and somewhat 'floppier'?
Now I'm really vexed! I thought my Marinellas were pretty light already.I'm contemplating maybe stepping up to 5-fold to add a bit of heft, but I'm not sure if that will be too much. I like my ties with a bit of body, but still tying a pretty tight double-four.I don't suppose anyone could post/link me some pics of light-lined 3 or 5 folds?
Thanks mate. I usually use Florsheim 3-piece cedar trees, they are sitting very well in my Deia last boots, which have a similarly narrow toe...
Can anyone tell me how well the Carmina trees fit the Simpson last? They ain't cheap, and so unless there's some magic to the fit, I don't think I'll bother (am about to order via Skoak)...
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