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1. A pair of cowboy boots. I'm not a cowboy and live in the city. 2. Several cheap ties. After I bought my first Robert Talbot I can no longer stomach cheap ties. 3. 3 or 4 checked shirts, but with french cuffs. The cuffs look stupid on a casual pattern. 4. A shirt with a design that looks like the static electricity pattern you see on those psychedelic lightening lamps when you touch the glass. WTF was I thinking? 5. A pair of J & M wingtips. Calling them...
Quote: Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim Tin foil hat 7 fold Styleforum tie from thrift Broken commie watches on each arm flak jacket (with nut protector) belt made of human skin (worn just below the armpit) 1970's Boston Celtics basketball shorts neon green skating kneepads mid-calf three stripe socks blue suede moon boots spurs Your post came dangerously close to causing a Pepsi-keyboard catastrophe.
CT's slim-fit shirts are shorter than the regular cut. Although I'm overweight (stomach 1" greater than chest diameter) the slims fit perfect, so that might be an option for future orders. And per prior posters, shirt length can be fixed for about $10-15. Since they are tucked out of sight you could even use an 'alterations' person instead of a tailor.
Is it this collar? Can't really tell if the top is rolled or folded/creased from the photos. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/,...leeve_-_For_Me
Since I knew going into it that this was the case, I have no expectations. I'm sacrificing quick, predictible service to get lower price, better quality, and better selection of fabrics than I've found elsewhere.
Quote: Originally Posted by Infinite42 - and since you've now resorted to ad hominem attacks, STOP SPELLING "JUDGMENT" WITH AN EXTRA "E." I think our beloved Carey has hit almost every logical fallacy known to man in this thread. If he's not a troll, he should be, since he'd make a good one.
When my jeweler had to pull out some kind of special device to tell if a stone was a real diamond or cubic zirconia, I lost all interest in diamonds. If you cannot tell with the naked eye, where is the value? Unfortunately my wife did not lose interest, at least not until she finally realized how much the diamond depreciated as soon as she bought it. I've now made a deal with her that I'll agree to any gold purchase she wants to make since gold tends to appreciate...
Quote: Originally Posted by Carey I don't care how often a garment has been cleaned, someone elses "boys" have been in there for who knows how many wearings. I guess I am just too picky. Yes, you are. Good luck finding a virgin. Even if you find one, she's probably kissed another guy before meeting you.
Quote: Originally Posted by silkpurse I am drawn to the pictures of some Canalis but am possible swayed by good and sympathetic photography. I think Canali rocks. They look better on me than any other cut I've tried.
Those BR shoes are totally unremarkable. To me you may as well get Kenneth Cole or Florscheims for $50 to $125.00. If ther's a Nordstrom Rack or Off-Saks 5th, check them out. They often have Allen Edmonds at about $ 150 to 185. You won't regret it.
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