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While you might not get into some clubs wearing either of those, the black ones definitely have the most potential.
Price drops 3/19
Ralph Lauren Purple Label: Red candy stripe. Size 15.5, button cuff. Made in Italy. 100% cotton. Sleeve (from shoulder): 26" Chest (pit to pit): 23.5" Waist: 21" Yoke length: 18.5 $100-->$85 priority shipped CONUS Hilditch & Key: two shirts in the same fabric - one short sleeve (15.75), one long sleeve (16, button cuff). 100% cotton, MADE IN ENGLAND (I don't know if these are new old stock or what...) Short sleeve (15.75): Sleeve: 10" Chest:...
Pretty hilarious interview with Bijan done by Mo Rocca in 2008... IMPORTANT NOTICE: No media files are hosted on these forums. By clicking the link below you agree to view content from an external website. We can not be held responsible for the suitability or legality of this material. If the video does not play, wait a minute or try again later.       I AGREETIP: to embed Youtube clips, put only the encoded part of the Youtube URL, e.g. eBGIQ7ZuuiU between the...
Charlie Rose wears RLPL.
Quote: Originally Posted by scruff Can we see the tag? I wonder if this was made for the Spanish/W. Euro market I bought this on yoox (that's the only tag on it) so it's quite possible that this is for the European market.
Quote: Originally Posted by mstanley82 what condition is this in It is new with tags (NWT).
A wardrobe staple, this is a blazer made in Spain (which I've never seen before). Made to the same or better standards as those made in Italy, this piece is fully canvassed and features pick stitching throughout. It looks like more of an English cut, with quite a bit of waist suppression and fuller shoulders. 100% wool, two buttons, side vents. MEASUREMENTS: Chest (pit-to-pit): 20" Length (bottom of collar, at back): 30" Sleeves (from shoulder): 25" Shoulders:...
Quote: Originally Posted by Glados1984 both are a wank, chronometer is even more of a wank unless you NEED percision. but you dont need percision. Are you confusing precision with accuracy?
Quote: Originally Posted by Despos Lift the right shoulder up while you are wearing the jacket and see what happens. That should make a difference. My right shoulder is a tad lower than my left. I raised it, which does make the vent close up a bit more, although it still doesn't look the same as the left side. Assuming it is both a shoulder and front/back balance issue, is it worth trying to fix? Quote: Originally Posted by...
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