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Quote: Originally Posted by mg428 But I find the sole too thick and the edges of the sole (I don't know whether I have described it accurately) extremely fugly. I agree the sole is too thick. Not sure to what degree I find the edges of the sole "fugly"; but, it is definitely to the point I would not buy the shoes.
Quote: Originally Posted by grimslade He's talking about the top stitching. It would bother me, personally. I like it on a sportcoat, but not a suit in what appears to be a pretty dry fabric. Agreed.
Where have you seen them for $2?
It's not nearly as bad as I had envisioned when I read your initial description. I thought you meant all of the seams had contrasting stitching. But, as others have mentioned, it isn't what you ordered and you should be entitled to a free replacement.
All appear to be very nice wallets. I prefer the open end of the "flap" on the left side of the Launer; I believe it makes bills more accessible. Even though it is doubtful you plan to use it as a checkbook, my guess is that model is made that way for writing checks with carbonless duplicate paper.
Quote: Originally Posted by Biggskip Cotton Khaki in the summer. This was the first thing that came to my mind. It would look even better with a stone color.
Quote: Originally Posted by Tarmac They are both made superbly but I have to give the edge to Edward Green aesthetically. It's a combination of where the seam is placed on the shoe and how well it is finished. "The Dover Man" is THE man. +1 Based strictly on the pictures posted, I prefer the EG. As Tarmac said, for me, it's the seam placement.
Quote: Originally Posted by mxgreen What is the neck size and sleeve length of the OCBD large? While you're measuring, RL, what is the chest measurement?
Quote: Originally Posted by Fuuma Wait, can I buy this thread?? Meant to post this in the Men's Style forum, then subsequently found a thread about this very subject. Mods, please feel free to remove this thread. My apologies.
I did a brief search and didn't see this subject addressed. I would like to buy a white and a pink OCBD shirt. I was contemplating having Jantzen make up one, then tweak a bit for the second, before moving on to CEGO once my measurements are more zeroed in. I realize the trad norm is to have a pocket (or even a flap pocket for the ultra-trad), but can anyone offer reasoning (other than "that's the way it is") for my not having an OCBD made without pockets?
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