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The timeless Burberry double breasted trench that never goes out of style. I bought it on this forum two years ago but it has remained unused in a garment bag in a smoke/pet free home. It is in excellent condition (there is a loose button (but still attached) on the front). Size L but please check measurements below. In inches: Chest: 24.5 Shoulder: 19.5 Sleeves: 27 BOC: 40 Paiment via Paypal Please PM me with any questions I have 100% positive feedback on eBay under...
Pre-owned Canali Exclusive suit in excellent condition. Purchased new. Worn twice for business purposes. This suit is Navy blue with stripes. Fully canvassed Suit is a 54 eu and fits like a 44R but please check measurements below. In inches: Chest: 22.5 Waist: 21 Shoulder: 20 Sleeve: 25.5 BOC: 33 3 Button, Dual Vent Pants: Waist: 36 Inseam 32 Cuffs: yes Leg opening : 8.75 Flat Front 100% positive feedback on Ebay under the same nickname
New price reduction: Bel Air : SOLD Wendell : $125 + shipping
Price reduction: Bel Air : SOLD Wendell : $125 + shipping
I have two pairs of AE for sale. The Bel Air were tried once outside and the Wendell were worn 3 or 4 times. No box for both pair. Light brown Bel Air are a size 11D. SOLD Dark brown Wendell are a size 11B. Asking $75 + shipping for the Wendell. Answer by PM Thanks for looking. PS: Shoe trees are NOT included
Casual friday at work
100% fake. You just have to look at the subdial. Those watches are supposed to be Chronograph so the subdials shouldn't display calendar function...
Quote: Originally Posted by somethingclever Seconded. This big watch phase makes the wearer look either insecure, nearsighted or both. I am nearsighted but I am also 6'1" and weight 210 pounds. So anything smaller than 38/40mm looks like a child toy on me. Now if you are 5'6" and weight 150 pounds wet, you are right, 34mm looks better
Quote: Originally Posted by fa21212 Can you please give me suggestions or web sites if I want to get slim fit shirts for work (I work in finance in an investment firm) for a reasonable price, hopefully $50 or less per shirt. Slim fit, ready-to-wear shirts have worked well in the past, but open to other suggestions if there are good values in the MTM space. I live in San Francisco and would prefer a retail store to a web site, but willing to go through a...
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