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Agreed, very good. Mine are too ... gone that is ... that was the last bottle.
This is a good reason for you to go bespoke. He won't be able to find the label.Then again, perhaps not ... but hopefully he's willing to give up if it's not in the usual place.I've tried and tried.
I prefer the painting that are 'pre-drip'.
You rang?When I went to college (in the early 70s) I drove a late 60s model MB 280SE ... it was a 2-door.I'm not a car fanatic. I have almost always driven a car that is at least a few years old.
I've owned wallets from high to medium quality, and when used as a hip wallet, the curvature of the buttocks did ultimately affect the shape of each and every one ... including products by Launer. That said I can't speak to 'butt sweat'. I never find my wallet to be moist after use. My current wallet has been more affected by the number of cards (six total ) I carry. It's not 'worn out' per se -- no seams are unraveling -- but it has lost some shape ... or, more...
I always prefer fewer fittings ... then spending time with my tailor over dinner ... on me, of course.
Decades ago I asked my cutter, Colin Harvey, to make a black funeral suit for me. He replied, "I'm sure you mean charcoal grey." To this day there is no black suit in my wardrobe. Even my dinner suits are midnight blue. 12345Michael54321 offers excellent advice when it comes to color and pattern.
The London tailors I have used -- Richard Anderson, Anderson & Shepherd, Huntsman, Dege, etc -- provide a truly bespoke suit. The cost is upwards of $4K (possibly more as I never ask) and there will be multiple fittings. Of course, if meeting with them only on their trips to the United States, it can take a year or more to receive the final product. Unless one also frequently travels to London -- to speed up the process -- the fittings will be accomplished every four...
Richard Anderson is there ... oh ... what ... three times a year? Most of the London tailors visit New York.
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