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Anyone check this out? Wonder if it's worth a trip...
In a Casual-Dining World, D.C. Is Still Comfortable in a Tie By Marc Fisher Thursday, February 12, 2009; B01 If New Yorkers want to go the way of Los Angeles, may God have mercy upon their souls. But here in Washington, the gents who run the city's jacket-and-tie restaurants say they will not go the way of Manhattan's famous 21 Club, which announced the other day that although ties are still "preferred," they are no longer a prerequisite to eating one of 21's...
I picked up a pair of Bernanrd Zins cream colored linen pants at Daffy's recently. I didn't notice it until I got home, but they're lined all the way down. I can understand partial lining given that linen has see thru issues. But does it seem weird to be lined all the way down? I'd think that makes them hotter which is kind of what you're trying to avoid in wearing linen. I'm guessing a tailor could shorten the lining, just curious if there is a logical...
Forgot to mention these are both Made in Portugal, fwiw....
2 Pairs of Daffys NWOT Incotex. First a pair of flat front khaki/stone colored Chino Lino (55% cotton, 45% linen) size EU 52. Waist measures 35.5" and unfinished cuffs are 8". $70 shipped CONUS. Click Links to see pictures. http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2ld86ys&s=5 http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2up7i48&s=5 http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=14smp3p&s=5 The second pair featured in the above pictures are a NWOT Red/Fuschia color in 100% cotton. They are EU 50...
the one near Grand Central was thoroughly picked over. The one near Penn Station did have several pairs, though some are damages. They're cheaper if they're damaged and a lot of the damages aren't too big of a deal often times. A few wool pairs, but mainly cotton and chino lino. FWIW...
anyone willing to post one of the 25% + free shipping coupon codes? Thanks...
Anyone interested in $197.50 of Paul Stuart store credit for $180 shipped? I can take a picture of the certificate and pm if you'd like. Thanks...
highly recommend the bags from www.billykirk.com can buy around NYC or online. Bombproof stuff designed in NYC and crafted by Amish in Pennsylvania...
is the sale + 50% off still in effect? Thanks for any info...
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