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Jamison, are you expecting to have any Made in USA twill (or non-flannel) wool trousers in the near future? Looking for charcoal and light grey and was leaning towards the Tasmanian wool but I love the cut of the made in USA pants.
I didn't know HR ever carried Kiton.
Looks good to me!That looks effin awesome! White PS would top it off.
Glad to hear you're back in the saddle Jamison. I'm ready to order two more pairs of pants!
Rich Chocolate Brown Suede Recently resoled This last can accommodate US size 10 or slightly larger. I would accept an even trade for the right pair of hefty long wing bluchers (Florsheim, etc) in size 10.5. Includes shipping to NA. Payment via Paypal. All sales final. Trees not included. Hi res album: http://imgur.com/a/6uTQv
40R / 50 EUR Brioni Sport Coat Beautiful grey and white houndstooth with a yellow and pink overcheck - perfect for spring and summer! Shoulders (seams): 18.75" Back of Coat (from bottom of collar): 28.5" Sleeve: 23.25" Pit to Pit: 21.5" Waist: 20.5" Double vented Made in Italy, fully canvassed, hand sewn button holes, etc. No need to elaborate on the quality standards of a Brioni garment. 65% wool 35% silk There is some minor fraying at the neck, which is not visible...
Does anyone own both J Crew sweaters and HY sweaters? How would, say a size medium compare between the two?
Given the time of day you're getting married (most of the even will be after dinner), I would suggest that you get fitted a Samuelsohn MTM tux in the style of your choosing and do it properly with a bowtie (a-la blacktieguide.com). Tell your fiancee that your attire is something that is very important to you and it would mean a lot to you if she would back you up on this decision. If after this she still will not be flexible enough to let you choose your own attire then...
I'm not an american, but I'm pretty sure that the US postal system is heavily subsidized. Other countries cannot ship as cheaply as americans have become accustomed. I often receive packages from the US where the postage is marked as being $5-$8 and the return postage with Canada Post to the same destination in the US is often $25-30.
That jacket looks awesome with jeans (or are those navy flannels?) but I'm not so sure about the grey trousers.
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