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Sorry for the double post; couldn't figure out how to delete the first one... I picked up this 46L navy Canali Proposta full-length wool top-coat at a local hospital's thrift shop (always good finds here; the docs have good taste!) for $60. Exactly my size, and just like buttah. I couldn't step back far enough to get a full shot, but here's the tag. Score! [IMG][/IMG]
Picked up a 46L navy Canali Proposta full-length wool top-coat at a local hospital's thrift shop (always good finds here; the docs have good taste!) for $60. Exactly my size, and just like buttah. I couldn't step back far enough to get a full shot, but here's the [IMG]Free...</div>					<div class=
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I know, but it fits more like a 46, and the shoulders are just about perfect, so it shouldn't be a problem...
LOL. I would, but the shoulders are just right. My tailor and I can make this baby work for me... It's beautiful.
Came across this Gieves & Hawkes navy pinstripe suit today at a hospital thrift store... Must have belonged to a sartorially savvy doctor. Definitely RTW, but not sure of the vintage, even though the styling is quite contemporary. Slightly heavy flannel two button, double-vented, flat-front/plain finished trousers, with an average gorge, button stance, and lapel width. I'm an off the rack 44R, and this suit is labeled 48L; but the the shoulders fit perfectly, and the skirt...
Bulova Marine Stars.
Came across this Gieves & Hawkes navy pinstripe suit today at a hospital thrift store... Must have belonged to a sartorially savvy doctor. Definitely RTW, but not sure of the vintage, even though the styling is quite contemporary. Slightly heavy flannel two button, double-vented, flat-front/plain finished trousers, with an average gorge, button stance, and lapel width. I'm an off the rack 44R, and this suit is labeled 48L; but the the shoulders fit perfectly, and the skirt...
Saw the film today - best superhero film in a long, long, time. Downey and Bridges were both dressed nearly impeccably.
Quote: Originally Posted by audiophilia Certina Vintage 1960. Swiss mechanical. Not exactly porn, but I love this little watch. Nicely recrafted by The Little Shoppe of Horology here in Mississauga. Silver finish. My crappy photo skillz suggest a little gold. It is a silver case, though, with a little gold on the face. That's a nice timepiece; exactly the type I collect!
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