Can anyone give me some information on how they work?
Do they come in and do a presentation available to the entire office, or is it mostly through prospecting and then they visit the client at home/office.
Originally Posted by MunnyGuy
First let me apologize I inadvertantly posted this in Buying and Selling!!! Mia Culpa!!!!
I am going to see my tailor today to have some custom shirts made. I have gleened the following:
1- No Monogram, but if free on inside of nape of shirt.
Other than that any other suggestions? I was thinking of bringing some of my favourite ties to pick fabrick to match. 90% of my Suits are Navy Blue with varying styles...
I just picked up a pair of MIJ in size 28, I am a true size 30. I can button them up but they are very tight. I tried reading the posts from other users but could not find a definitive answer.
Will these strech out to become comfortable, like an APC or a nudie would? Seems I have read that the MIJ dont stretch as much as the 2 aforementioned.
I follow quite closely the different threads on quality shoes, but to be frank very rarely does something pop up in B&S or ebay which is of ok quality and semi fashion. (Not talking Allen Edmonds)
Being here in Canada I have to buy everything special order and pay the ridiculous retail prices were charged for footwear.
To my knowledge the New York store is being used as a branding tool, and the commercial success of the Tom Ford brand will be contingent on his line being picked up at menswear retailers.
I work for 1 of the 2 major Canadian retailers and apparently they are pretty close to signing on for the exclusive right to sell his product here in Canada. I think there was mention of shirts starting at $800 and suits at $4000.