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I worked at one of these law firms in the mid to late 80s and remember DBs being if not common, not at all unusual.Even here in San Diego, they're pretty common amongst lawyers, at least the ones I see in court who may be more flamboyant than transactional types.Nore,I acquired my first fedora this year, mostly for trips back to the frozen east. It's a vintage, light blue/grey with a brown ribbon. Seems pretty easy to wear with just about everything but as light as it is...
I imagine I have been unlucky. The suit with the extra padding also arrived with pants on which the left side had forward pleats as ordered while the right had reverse pleats. Certainly the worst mistake I've had from Chan--but one they corrected without quibble.
I've found Chan fairly consistent on the big points but often with small variations that require correction. I've had pants cut a bit large or long, slight differences in the openness of quarters, and once a fair amount of extra padding added to a jacket's shoulders. Having said that, I think being in HK leads to a better and more consistent product, and I try to do fittings whenever possible. For a DB, I would definitely want to do fittings.
Yes, but whenever they are wearing Chan, it seems to be a DB. Also, wasn't referring to the Armoury blog but to http://ethandesu.com/ and http://lnsee.tumblr.com/ I don't think I've ever looked at the Armoury blog though there's clearly lots of overlap.
Scroll through the blogs for the Armoury guys, Ethandesu and Alan See. They have lots of good pics of Chan DBs.
What's your take on the P3?
Is the width across the ball of the foot the same or is the P2 wider?
I thought the P2 was no good for you?Question, I had tried a 45.5 on the F last and the length was good (perfect for left foot, a little long for right) but the width was just a tad too narrow for comfort. I'm thinking about a budapest or norweger on either the P3 or Budapest last. Should 45.5 still be the right size?
I think I'm going to stick with micro-checks or hairline stripes with these sorts of ties.I agree, but I was already running late, and didn't want to run back upstairs to get one. I need to leave a white linen square at the office.
Tried this: Then this: Hated them both and went without a square. Another day: Pic is a bit oversaturated. Today:
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