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Quote: Originally Posted by Manton I think there are only two or three "makers" strictly speaking, who supply all knit tie sellers. I don't remember the names, but they have been posted in the past. Since I generally can't tell the difference between, say, a charvet knit tie and a bb knit tie, this seems to make a lot of sense.
The kind of things they think of in Japan. A friend of mine who got back from japan last month got herself a portable bidet.
Quote: Originally Posted by DutchDaedalus Don't like the quality of European Magnanni shoes. And they have even more lack of imagination than I do, all their styles are Santoni rip offs. Magnanni = poor man's Santoni. LOL. You might be right. But some of us have to start somewhere.
Wear them. Your friend is wrong. Also, the limp-collar look is overrated.
Quote: Originally Posted by PandArts A part of me likes it and another part says it's too cutesy with the little bunny crossbones. +1. The bunnies spoil it for me. I personally would not get it.
I thought that would depend on the fabric you choose? I personally have not had problems ironing pure cotton shirts of differing qualities as long as the shirt is damp when I iron it. Your poor wife. You should either learn to iron, or take your laundered shirts to the dry cleaner's to be pressed.
Quote: Originally Posted by snow_leopard I've been eyeing these shoes at the BB store for months: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...lor=Dark-brown Tempted to get them. They look sturdy yet comfortable. Does anyone have any thoughts about them? I've been eyeing them too. And the price is lower today than it was yesterday! I might drop by brooks again today to try these on.
Quote: Originally Posted by jimmyoneill LSE and UCL aside, the rest are dross. Good answer. I went to UCL
I personally don't understand the objection to some degree of pointiness (though maybe a few more years roaming the SF I will accrue enough wisdom to understand). Besides, these shoes are not THAT pointy, especially compared to many very pointy shoes i've seen which remind me of the wicked witch of the west in the wizard of oz. I would say go for it. I think they are very nice shoes.
Quote: Originally Posted by jimmyoneill I blame Ralph Lauren for leafing through old collegiate colours books and randomly using crests. I saw a jumper in Ralph Lauren the other week with a University of London crest on it...Somehow I don't think a university largely made up of ex polytechnics conforms to Ralph's ideas of England. Was the LSE ever a poly? It's part of the university of London.
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