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Not my style but clearly not a "monstrosity." I'm not sure anything from Paul Stuart would really qualify as a monstrosity, compared to the sorts of things offered elsewhere in men's fashion.
Quote: Originally Posted by the_sartorialist This is what I was recommending in my post. Patch pockets on the sides, standard welted for the handkerchief pocket.
This may anger the purists, but I would go with side patch pockets but leave the handkerchief pocket standard welt. Having a handkerchief patch pocket can look great, but it looks extremely casual and draws a lot of attention to itself. If done poorly it can also look costumey, as though you've stumbled into the 1920s.
Quote: Originally Posted by GucciMonster Washington is absolutely beautiful (the people and the city) and if I did decide to move to the US it would have to be there. While there I saw various civil servants and professionals alike in good fitting attire. DC itself is not a bad looking city, but if the people here are beautiful and wearing good fitting attire our country is in much worse shape than I thought. I ride the Metro every day and...
So it is clearly unanimous and you must feel much more assured about your choice now ...
Anyone have, or have any thoughts on the quality or appearance of, the Muirfield, Trickers' version of an austerity brogue for Pediwear? http://www.pediwear.co.uk/trickers/products/2278.php
Quote: Originally Posted by magogian12345 Isn't that Manton behind him? he's a big supporter of Geneva so maybe he was showing him the ropes
I've said this before, but will recommend it again. Your custom ties are beautiful and are definitely a bargain. However, it may be worth your while to make some non-custom ties in the popular colors and standard sizing (maroon grenadine in 3.75", for instance) and make them available for $10-15 less than your custom ties. As it is now, everyone pays custom price, even if the customer does not have any special requests and just wants a standard size tie.
In case you change your mind about the English-made requirement, the AE McCallister in deep merlot (a little darker than a burgundy) is one of AE's nicer shoes For a semi-brogue, John Crocket offers a nice adelaide from Trickers in burgundy, but at 370 euro it ain't cheap
Quote: Originally Posted by aportnoy Yup. No up-charge during their MTM event. That's a good deal
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