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I really like the mocs they have in the new, "Claridge", line. They're like a wholecut mocassin. Pretty cool. Unfortunately, I can't find a detailed pic I could save on my HD. The site uses some kind of flash player. Thanks, JD
Here are my new Vass; they just arrived today. We were in Budapest in September and I got my feet measured at that time. Alt Wien MTM on the New Peter last, in burgundy:
Thanks all. I suspect the ambiguity is between the 40R jacket size and the 40 chest size, as explained by GoldenTribe.
I always buy M, but I have seen size tables (e.g., the Drakes' cashmere cardigan) which make a 40 chest size a small. I'm a bit puzzled. Of course, generally I understand that it's best to try and see what fits. I'm just curious what the industry standards are... Thanks, JD
Horrible redesign. It takes many more clicks to get to the product, and navigation is un-intuitive. The product itself is superb, of course.
Love them. I'd be most interested in finding an Aran shawl collar cardigan. Not sure whether it exists...
Hello, I am looking for a shop that could make me a 40R jacket, with an important choice of fabrics, and some choice of styling (number of vents, 1 vs. 2 vs. 3 buttons, ideally peak v. notch lapels). Bookster can do that, but I'm not convinced by their cut (too much shoulder padding, among other things.) What are the recommended options? I ran a search on "MTO" and "MTM", but got no result, probably because the search engine doesn't allow 3-letter...
Did you ever get an answer?
Hello everyone, I have my eyes on a Lanvin suit offered for sale in a consignment store close to me. It's my size, and is a mutted taupe POW pattern. It's a 3 button, 2 piece suit. The jacket is unlined. The fabric feels very soft, but I couldn't find any tag for the cloth - I don't know where it's from. It's a flanel-ish fabric, and feels rather light. It's lambswool. I don't know much about designers, their various lines, etc. Thank you, JD
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