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Take 15% off listed price. All prices shipped ConUS. Europe and North America +$5.00. Rest of world +$10.00. All silk. All handsewn. All 3.5"-4.0" wide unless marked "Skinny". All have self loops unless noted otherwise. 1) Andrew's Ties. NWOT. Woven. Italy. $25. 2) Bachrach. Excellent condition. Woven. No self loop. USA. $10. 3) Ike Behar. NWOT. Woven. Self tip. USA. $40. 4) Ike Behar. NWT. Printed. Self tip. USA. ...
Jack Spade bags. i) NWOT. Body brown bridle hide. Unlined. Inner compartments including zippered pocket. Large rear pocket. All stainless steel hardware and rivets. Adjustable strap black nylon. 13"W x 10"H x 4"D "Jack Spade" logo subtly embossed on lower right of flap. Asking $300 -> $270 shipped CONUS. ii) NWT. Khaki "duck cloth" (Jack Spade's term for waterproofed canvas. Brown bridle strap (with shoulder pad), handle, and trim. Brass...
Wool/cashmere overcoats. All size 36R (US). All made in Italy. All purchased at Rothman's department store at Union Square, New York City A) Full length (47" long). Tailored fit. Black color. 70% lambswool, 30% cashmere. Center vent. Made by Movimiento for Rothman's. One lapel pocket. Two horizontal flap pockets. Three hidden buttons (fly front). Four buttons on each cuff. One internal pocket. Almost new condition. Worn two or three times only. ...
An assortment of high quality sweaters. Subtract $10 for each additional item. 1) Paul Stuart (by William Lockie). 75% wool/25% angora. Yellow. Small. Very thick rib knit. Shawl collar. 2 genuine horizontal pockets. Saddle shoulder. Scotland. Lightly worn. Just cleaned. Chest 43", height (excluding shawl) 26-1/2", center back sleeve length 33". Buttons either genuine or faux leather. I am unable to determine which. They are very hard, as though...
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Quote: Originally Posted by Man Of Lint What temperatures specifically and how long an exposure to the elements per outing? Down to 20 deg F. Up to half hour per outing. Includes hat, scarf, gloves, and overcoat.
Will a suede blazer, such as those sold by RPL and Paul Stuart, provide adequate warmth, when teamed with an overcoat, for cold winter days, or would I be better off looking at offerings in nubuck?
Quote: Originally Posted by rebel222 That's like adding a AMG emblem to a Merc that isn't an AMG. Not exactly. Bookster will make a full canvas jacket, with functional buttonholes, from English fabric, but they won't add pick stitching. Pick stitching would not look out of place on a Bookster jacket.
Is pick stitching generally done as a final step in garment finishing, or is done during production. In the latter case, can pick stitching be added ex post facto? Finally, is it acceptable for a suit to have pick stitching on the jacket but not the trousers?
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