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Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 Absolutely. They're different cloths. Birdseye=round pattern, nailhead=non-round/square pattern, pick & pick (sharskin in the US)=looks like little zig zag from up close. Thanks. The other pics of pick-and-pick on the net that I've found don't look like that at all. That's quite evidently different than bird's eye.
I've just finished reading this thread from start to finish (well, for now) and I have to say it's fascinating. I'm glad that I haven't caught the Mafoofan bug, though. I can't imagine living without my orange leather boat shoes and navy blue leather oxford shoes, alongside other shoes that are acceptable at the office. Foo: what is your shoe size? if you ever get bored of your shoes down the road, you can donate them to us....
Is there any real difference between bird's eye, nail head and pick-and-pick (sharkskin)? I'm having problems telling them apart from pictures on the net.
Quote: Originally Posted by forex Is there going to be additional discount on shoes?They are currently 25% off,I wonder if they'll go lower. Yeah, will they? I just bought two pairs of shoes at Brooks and will be quite upset if they go lower in a couple of weeks....
Cole haan has some in leather too. http://www.colehaan.com/colehaan/cat...ctGroup=182323
Quote: Originally Posted by jimmyoneill I wouldn't waste your money. +1. I think you should save your money and get a custom-made suit. Going a little bit off-tangent, their "higher-end" shirts are not bad though. I've had a couple for almost two years now and they still wear very well and look crisp and nice. The slim fit cuts happen to fit me very well.
It seems to work for him though. Would it be the case that a higher button stance would work for certain physiques?
Quote: Originally Posted by RLlikes Example: Those look good on you. I got these ones: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...lt_color=Black and these: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...t_color=Orange
While we are on the subject, and I apologize for the threadjacking, where do Washingtonians go to have their bespoke suits cleaned?
Quote: Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant Here comes controversy. Do you believe that somebody who regularly wears dressy clothing that looks arrogant - for example, aggressive styling (such as fitted waist and padded shoulders) or money colors (as in power ties) and patterns (pinstripes) - likely is arrogant? That is, full of oneself and not hesitant to show it. Examples where the look evidently matches the interior are Max Weinberg and Donald...
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