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Are there any occasions on which you wouldn't where a french cuff shirt, say for argument a plain white one? Interviews? Funerals? Do they stand out to much, in your opinion?
I recently acquired a who-knows-how-old cashmere sweater made in Scotland by Ballantyne. It looks great but for the massive number of tiny lumps of pilling all over the back and sleeves. Pulling each one by hand seems like a daunting task. Is there an easier way?
Well, you can call it what you want. I'm looking for stuff that resembles tweed but is 8-9 oz, suitable for summer.
Can anyone recommend a maker/seller of summer-weight tweeds beyond John Hardy's Riviera collection?
Their merino overcoats are actually decent, I feel, provided you buy it at one of their half price sales, and it may be the only thing you'll ever made in Haiti.
I ordered from target.com, and eagerly awaited delivery. Despite their website, it turns out their hangers are 1/2" just the same as all the others. Bummer.
T. Anthony Danes and Hathaway
For sale are seven fabulous scarves of silk and cashmere. Although all have been used moderately for several seasons, all are in excellent condition, testimony to their excellent make and their many years of service still ahead. $150 $120 each shipped ConUS. Rest of North America add $10. Rest of world add $15. 1) Tubular silk scarves. Hand fringe. Italy. a) Gold ground with blue paisley. 60" x 12". Jay Kos. b) Blue ground with blue, rust, and yellow...
Is there only one person who can provide constructive advice beyond correcting spelling? The 785+ posts on the care thread obviously covers a much more general area and in a much more lengthy way than would be called for here.
Wooden shirt hangers are generally 1/2" thick. I have quite a few shirts and need to save space in my closet, so I'd like to source slimmer hangers. Slim hangers seem to be available in ugly materials, including of course wire, but does anyone know where to get them in wood?
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