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maybe i'm missing something, to my eyes his suits have tons of shape. perhaps the problem is too much shape. they are hardly shapeless. of course he is old and not skinny, so it only natural he prefers a relaxed cut. a painted on look would be ridiculous on him.
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one of the greatest WAYWRN posts of all time, along with his posts in white tails and top hat at an ice cream parlor and a couple of years later at a taco stand.
hello dear, very dandy, complementi, i call this halloween dandy. i have touched the thirst and it is very ancient early 2000s all done by hand manipulations like 100 years ago. please let me know what you think.
Really I thought he was trying really hard to push his ready to wear, alot of what he does on social media is AW 14 or SS 15 or something along those lines. Also why wouldn't he want to sell a tie a scarf or belgian loafer or two. The margins are much higher than bespoke and its a much easier sale to a much larger potential market.
ever watch Jersey Shore
it looks good, i would go a bit larger if it can be changed. if it cant be changed, enjoy the suit, the lapels are fine and just go bigger on the next one.
Anyone ever use Baird McNutt suiting linen? I was interested in the Glenariff line found on their cut-length site http://jhannaltd.com/
@SimonC posted back in April some lovely bolts of old english cloth. In the spirit of that post and Manton's orginal post, I would like to share some of my collection of vintage British fabrics. Here just some of my favorites. Hopefully I will have time for a few more posts. vintage flannel, the guy who sold me it claimed it was 30s but could just as easily be 50s, I don't know and don't really care, it is old and very heavy: 3 pieces of vintage 70s/80s 3ply...
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