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+1 Jacket has some (but not too much) attitude Looks like an amazing deal.
I've used the Keller method many times and it's worked well. Are you giving them plenty of time to rest?
i am fairly sure that Filenes Basement no longer gets LB as of about a year ago
i've just layed sweaters flat on a towel
all kidding aside, it's still one of the best if not the best men's stores. They've had some serious challenges as people stopped wearing suits, and then stopped wearing sportsjackets While they're definitely carrying stuff you can get elsewhere (e.g., Harrys of London) there are still very many things that look great and you simply won't find anyplace else (at least not in Boston and probably in the US).
I wouldn't dry clean any nice sweater. Strips the lanolin out of the wool Buy Laundress wool and cashmere soap (swear by it) and do it yourself. If you're washer has a handwash setting (newer ones do) use that, otherwise just use sink. Either case rinse after cleaning or soaking to get rid of soap Dont wring or twist them dry. Can put them in washer spin cycle if you have a laundry bag. Then dry flat I don't understand the don't use water comment but maybe...
I'd put them in the very high quality range. The one's I've tried on have been slim fitting and a slight fashion edge, e.g., shorter length when that's in, or stripes. I have only seen them with the 5+1
rizzo in harvard square. Joe Calutti is the tailor
whoops. yes obviously had wrong name
Arrabiata is wicked easy and super fast to make. Really I would suggest doing yourself. You put some extra virgin in the pan, then red pepper flake (peccorino) and then ground tomatoes (you would buy a can of this instead of a jar) and then cook medium high to high it's done at the same time as the pasta itself. it's meant to be a fresh, fast, spicy sauce and very much comfort food (no doubt because there's a fair amount of olive oil) You serve with whole...
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