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Sent a message on Tuesday, paid on Wednesday, was wearing them Friday night. Amazing custom service to match a great product. Will be buying more. Here is a picture from this morning's blog entry showing them off. Thanks again!
Nope, CR had a peak lapel, QofS was shawl.Clearest picture I could find.
There is something to be said for agility over size.
I would say to take it easy the first 2 weeks. I developed plantar fasciitis after overdoing it in a 10k without preparing enough last year, and I'm having some nagging tightness in my achilles on one foot now as I train for a marathon. I ran a half on Saturday though and felt better at the end than I used to feel after running 5 miles with traditional shoes, so I definitely recommend them overall.
Just saw this suit, also made in USA, also Saxxon, but half canvassed. Now I don't know what to think... http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=1067&Product_Id=1626025&Parent_Id=418&default_color=GREY&sort_by=§ioncolor=§ionsize=
It is made in the USA (Southwick) unlike previous seasons made in Italy. And since there is no Golden Fleece in the Milano, this could be full canvassed.
Very nice work! Would love to see some more pictures, and the navy chairs are a good choice. I've used them on a few similar projects. If you've got more of the same wood, a bench in the same style could be nice to set under the windows, and then could be used to convert the table from 4 to 6 (or 6 to 8) when the need arises.
I've had the oldest one for about 2 years, 2 of them have been worn 3 times over 2 weeks on average and the others are more seasonal, but all of them look as good as the day i got them.The 1818 Milano is half-canvassed, not fused.
Girl. She worked at Samuel Cole and I followed her to Lux. I'll see if I can remember her name.
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