I had some done at Spiro's on Danforth a few years back for $50 per with handsewn buttonholes. I was completely satisfied.
I suspect Xavier at 10 St. Mary's Street would also do it, although I've never asked him to.
I bike to and from work in a suit every day that the weather allows it.
If it's very hot, I don't wear a jacket, but my preference is to either wear all of the parts of my suits or none at all.
I wear those leg strap things to keep my trousers away from the chain.
I don't worry too much about sweat because I'm commuting, not racing, and because I'm not out of shape. The minimal exertion from biking at a normal pace poses no more risk to my suit than the...
I love mine! Everybody says "You'll recapture that fun childhood feeling of running barefoot" and in my experience it's absolutely true.
But be sure to take a reasonable amount of time to build up your foot and calf strength if you're new to running in them. And remember that a reasonable amount of time is always more time than you'll think it is while you're high on running endorphins.
First time I ran in them, I just did a few laps around the neighbourhood. ...
Originally Posted by Will
That's a basketweave.
If the blue were black it would be close enough.
Thanks Will. I love your blog, by the way.
Originally Posted by tlmusic
Have you seen this thread discussing wedding ties?
I have, thanks. But I did not see an unambiguous statement in that thread as to whether a blue and silver woven tie like the one above would qualify as a wedding tie.
I am also not a fan of Maxwells. I think you can do better at Winners (and infinitely better at Mytailor, who like Maxwell comes to Toronto twice a year).
I like Salgado (I'm wearing one today) for MTM, but they're 3 for $185 each. Is Ridolfi competitive with that?