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Quote: Originally Posted by poorsod I don't remember if it was a US 38 or 40 equivalent. But I am about a US 42 typically and it wears large. Thanks! I have a 39 chest, so depending on the suit maker, I am a 38 or 40 US. I have a 38 in the Beaufort and it has a loose fit, but that is what I like about it.
Quote: Originally Posted by mack11211 As I recall, the M&H size range does not include Small. They grow 'em big in Florida. Yeah, that's what I figured, thanks. Quote: Originally Posted by poorsod Blast this is a tough one to consider. I tried the smallest sized Forestiere they had available at Arnys and I still felt I was swimming in it. It is a very loose and baggy fit. But the price for something so cool and distinct...
No 38's
Not sure if this is of interest to anyone, but Hobbs & Kent has an online store now: http://store.hobbsandkent.com/cufflinks1.html
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing I should have worn a large gold chain like this fellow here: I think this would have been appropriate than a gold chain: http://www.timedancesby.com/images/victorian/vj169.htm
Quote: Originally Posted by Manton He has come in the past, but has not been in a while, though he has been making noises about coming again. I wonder if it has anything to do with the economic climate in the US at the moment.
Quote: Originally Posted by AvariceBespoke looks nice ! who made these for u Ambrosi, who visits New York I believe.
Quote: Originally Posted by AvariceBespoke any photos of what this looks like? I only have a photo of the cloth as finished trousers:
No advice for a maker in NY, but I used a 12 oz Woodhouse twill (the heaviest plain twill they had, or so I was told by a Woodhouse rep) for my trousers, and they are pretty darn close to being wrinkle resistant.
The entire length of the coat is 31" and the sleaves measure 24".
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