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I'm disgusted to say that is the funniest thing I've read in a long time. Thanks for sharing, I think. Rob
I'm certainly not in the sartorial league of the posters here, but I think one point is being overlooked: the joy in wearing fine things. That can be both wonderful and frivolous. I just don't have a problem with Vox and how he wears his large wardrobe. He's got a great attitude and it shows. Actually, while I love Foo's clothing, his one and only one way is the only way to go attitude irks since it takes the joy out of the whole enterprise. I like to see what he...
I'm confused. Is this one done by Mr. Sam?[/quote] I wasn't confused by this pic in the slightest and confusion is my normal state. Rob
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Crosspost with larger pics of you-know-what: - B That is the jacket porn version of double penetration. Rob
I have had Mytailor do just that. Took a shirt in in person and had them replicate the measurements, with some changes the tailor suggested. One or two tweaks into the the process and I'm quite pleased with the results. Meet in person. rob
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Breakthrough. This is why I told Matt to get an agent, before it all came to pass. I see him on HGTV, on a swivel chair raised to the highest height. - B Do you picture his feet swinging back and forth or actually touching the ground? Rob
My alterations tailor in Milwaukee will do but he charges $15 per button hole. He does it by hand, no machine and he doesn't go out of his way to offer the service.
Particularly after you listen to that entire concert. The audience was alternatively hostel and rocking throughout the evening's performance. The tension builds throughout the concert. Portions of the audience tried to disrupt the electric half of the concert, leading to the infamous "Judas" heckle and Dylan's "You're a liar" retort and "play it fucking loud" direction to the band. Then the band kicks into "Like a Rolling Stone." Every line Dylan sings seems to be an...
Quote: Originally Posted by Holdfast I'm trying to work this one out myself too. I mean, Chan's price point obviously caters to a very different market than Savile Row bespoke does. But there are a lot of other, cheaper bespoke tailors floating around London and its environs. OK, people on SF know Chan, so there's the name recognition/trust on here in what they can do compared to a random unknown tailor in London. But is SF business going to be enough...
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