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If you are a hammer, everything looks like a nail Nothing that happens on Styleforum is applicable to real life. Hanging around here makes one think EG, GG, St.C. are the only shoe choices. Not true. Not true at all. Just because we obsess over gemming does not make the rest of society so.
I have a silk knit tie from the mid 90's.
I hear that there is a physical storefront that I may browse merchandise? Can you provide address? Do I need to make an appointment?
Never mind. Code works and I found the location. Good sale
Unable to locate place to enter saving code. Website appears defective
I recently had B. Nelson in NYC resole a pair of Paul Stuart shell cordovan loafer (made by Grenson). They did an awesome job. I requested Ridgeway red rubber sole. It's now great for crappy weather.
The Casentino cloth is an acquired taste, much like most of the popular items on clothing forum or blogs.Referring to my tan version of this coat, a young coworker of mine called it "shabby" looking. She quickly added, though, that while it may look shabby, it is somewhat "chic"
I can't picture the double breasted Mackintosh coat in action. I have the single breasted version (Waverly, I think) Can somebody post some real life version pictures of it being worn?
Is it standard practice now for Vanda ties to NOT have a tie loop on the back of the large blade?
you make it sound like you are in suit and tie and hanging out in the pure cold for the entire day. Reality is that most suit & tie spent majority of time indoors, in regulated temperature setting. When venturing outside briefly, stick with the classics: overcoat, scarf, gloves
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