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Quote: Originally Posted by fredhelms Just an FYI to any people considering buying from jawsz12: The suit did have ironing shine on the pants and had been worn so much that the fabric was frayed through on one of the belt loops as shown in the picture. Despite the significant misrepresentation of the quality of the suit, jawsz12 won't accept a return. Buyers beware. http://img9.imageshack.us/my.php?ima...entaspxjnw.jpg Bummer. TTT.
I can't decide if this is a stupid or a practical idea so... Set to start working this summer and want to expand my wardrobe. The world of high men's fashion is a bit foreign to me, so rather than learning everything piece by piece I thought I'd create an open thread and supplement it with my own finds. Anyhow, I'm 5"11 175lbs and, in the two suits that I do own (Boss), I wear a tailored 40R. In a couple of Boss suits that I've recently tried on, however, I've hovered...
Soooo nice. It's a shame I don't know how sexy I look in these! And that I don't have $180 to find out! Stellar shades.
Quote: Originally Posted by breakfasteatre Notice how this rarely happens in the mens clothing for sale forum? The streetwear and denim for sale forum is like a mini superfuture, 16 year old hypebeast douche bags Other forum. "Douche bags" wear Valentino and $50 socks.
Why sell a piece of your family's heritage for $100? Plus, it looks good on you!
I own these pants in a 32. Construction is second to none. Fit is awesome. Literally as stiff as cardboard; you could stand them up on their own two legs!
Is that the indigo rub on the mid-left section of the second picture?
Where is this made?
+1 for Paulie. I am the purchaser of the W+H flannel in this thread. The item arrived promptly and was as described. Thanks!
Sorry to hijack, but I am familiar with the shawl collar and I would definitely advise against it as a sole Toronto winter coat. I love W+H gear, but they never seem to make anything that is quite heavy enough for sub-zero temperatures - let alone -15 celsius. Most of their "winter" apparel is a very thick-ribbed cotton of high quality which is more suitable for a Torontonian late fall or early spring. This probably has to do with the fact that W+H designers are all used...
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