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Colin got it right"An Oxford shoe is characterized by shoelace eyelets tabs that are attached under the vamp, a feature termed "closed lacing". This contrasts with Derbys, or Bl├╝chers, which have shoelace eyelets attached to the top of the vamp."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxford_shoe
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When having a suit made, I always get a second pair of pants. I rotate the second pair with the first and get a lot longer life from the suit. BTW, OTR suits used to routinely come with a second pair of trousers.
Back in 2007 I had these guys make a DB blazer for me by copying a jacket. It wasnt particularly expensive and fits well. Good luck. http://www.dress-for-success.com/
Yup-my bad. Thanks!
Yes - You are correct. They are owned by Bushnell. Not sure why I thought Lux. Anyway - they are great glasses. Maui Jim is great too, but I prefer the Serengetis for driving.
I think they're great-but also owned by Luxottica.
This coat is based on a Navy Officer's Bridge Coat. They are normally made of melton wool and not cashmere. You can find the melton ones on ebay and elsewhere for under $200. They are exceptionally warm coats and you can replace the brass buttons if you don't like them.
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