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I like my finmeresco suit but the knees became shiny quicker than any other suit I have.
Similar results here. My left foot is a 12D and right 11.5 between D and E on Brannock device. My first pair of St. Crispins were 10.5 F, which is okay but not ideal. Pair fitted by Phillip Carr will be 10.5F left foot and 10G right foot, with fitting adjustments at ball of foot on each.
Thanks. Seems to be missing from the book I have. Do you know the fabric #?
Is that the navy with a lilac windowpane?
Have to agree. I know there are some negative comments about it, but the suit I have in Frontier is rock solid, nearly as good as Lesser's 9.5/10 oz. I'm getting ready to order another.
Has there been any announcement as to when the New York store will open?
Looks like Riviera
Fedoras can have a C or teardrop crease "concentric to the top of the head" as well as a center dent. Trilbys are distinguished by a more tapered and lower crown and a shorter brim that is more upturned in the back. They were traditionally softer than fedoras. Differences are of degree, not kind. For some examples: http://dieworkwear.com/post/44634996755/the-rambler
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