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I've got two of the RLPLs. I particularly like wearing them in warmer weather. They've held up as well as my other grenadines. I don't think of them as unusually perishable.
Oxxford gray flannel double-breasted suit. 40R. Single vent but otherwise looks quite nice. Buy it now for $65. Polo made-in-Italy tan flat-front office pants. With a suggested retail of $197.50, I would guess they're not Corneliani, but they're only $79.99, with free shipping. Seller has multiple sizes.
I remember buying those Seros from Eljo's in Charlottesville, during my college years. Where did you find them?
4/25 Cuts
Quote: Originally Posted by le.gentleman In my experience, all tie knots slip eventually. Some textured ties do better than shiny ones but if you wear them for a day, your knot will slip. Recently, I reviewed what is called a Tie Snug. It is a little clip that is placed under the tie knot and is practically invisible. It did the trick for me and my tie knots are not slipping anymore. Has anyone else tried this device? If so, what did you...
15 really beautiful Charvet shirts that look to be basically new. Size 15.5 x 32, but quite slim (42" chest; 38" waist), and all with a monogram. If you're trim and willing to deal with the monogram, run, don't walk, and buy these. Buy it now for $450, or make offer.
I've got a CC20 that I bought through the Kent seconds store on eBay. (I also can't find the flaw.) A very versatile brush at an unbeatable price.
4/14 -- Cuts on all remaining pairs.
Quote: Originally Posted by HGCROSBY How do you explain the sole measurement? 11"? The seller doesn't suggest it is the insole. I'd definitely need more info before I bid. I have the Peal monks in 9.5b. They are about 11.65" long and the same width as these shoes.
Brooks Peal tan boots (Is the correct term "jodpur"?) Not sure of the maker. They look nearly new. Size 9B. Opening bid of $49.99. No bids with six hours to go.
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