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Congratulations! I hope your first born is a masculine one.
I don't have any SV row experience but I think "best" really depends on what you want as a client. On construction, I've seen excellent works from all of them but for me I'd go with Boateng because he also design and therefore offers more freedom in range as to the style that best fit your needs.
http://cgi.ebay.com/Brand-NEW-Filson-257-Laptop-Bag-Briefcase-Dark-Brown_W0QQitemZ190304527938QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item2c4f08a642&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=66%3A4|65%3A15|39%3A1|240%3A1318|301%3A0|293%3A1|294%3A200 Style 257 for $190 shipped.
Has anyone ever asked for a stretch-able top/collar button for bespoke service? That seems like a nifty feature to have as it reduces risk of a shrinking collar. I'm seeing this feature on quite a few RTW brands.
Quote: Originally Posted by andyliu52 i love black too! there is nothing wrong with black. whats right about white and blue? From a Freudian take, people generally dress up to feel important. Black reduces the stature of a man, causing him to appear weak and impotent. This is why I like to clothe myself with the colors of the rainbow.
Quote: Originally Posted by RatherAnOddball I wasn't going to say anything, but now that there's a thread about it... The thing that I don't like about DB suits is that those top two buttons are pretty much like having nipples on the outside of your shirt. They're pretty much where nipples go. It would just feel very awkward, especially since men really oughtn't to have nipples at all in the first place; they're extraneous. Brilliant. It...
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. Moo My friend loves to wear black. Work is mostly black dress pants and a black shirt. Or a silver shirt and black pants and a black trench coat and always black shoes, dress boots, etc. I asked why he didn't want to wear more color, and he replied that he just liked black. "Besides," he said "what's wrong with black?" I couldn't really give a very good answer (and I didn't want to step on his toes any more). So, we...
Quote: Originally Posted by Lowndes Curious as to where Papworth's is? http://www.papworthtravelgoods.co.uk/ they are located in England.
Quote: Originally Posted by tiecollector Had a friend who used to clean up at poker nights with the guys. At a casino he never came out ahead. Knew someone who got laid off and wrote some partypoker scripts to play 20 tables at a time for him. He ended up making about $200/hr 24/7, probably still does. Your best bet at making money is probably calling the aggressive betting Asian ladies at the casinos. I think he'll make more money...
The best deals on umbrellas I've seen are probably Papworth's one-piece Briggs (Factory seconds) at 60 quids. They are much better than BB's.
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