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I had a hard time finding someone with good tailoring ability, who would fully canvas the suit and had decent fabric. In the end I saved my money and bought a Chan when I got home.
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Quote: Originally Posted by distinctive Great shoes, mind a closeup picture of the soles? I will take a bunch more photos tonight.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mark from Plano Don't know whether those are right or wrong...just know that they make my eyes bleed. Those need a pilgrim's hat and a blunderbuss to go with
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Quote: Originally Posted by Philip1978 How are those new? "As New" Have been worn once.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=280345466525 http://i15.ebayimg.com/02/i/001/49/86/4c8f_12.JPG $150 shipped for SF members. SOLD
Quote: Originally Posted by Mark from Plano I think it depends completely on your body type and which looks better on you. If you are young, slim and fit, the Isaia is more likely to give you a sleeker look that you're after. If you are a bit heavier or need some help hiding a less than perfect physique, the Oxxford might be a better choice. Go by a Nieman Marcus near you (they all carry both lines) and try both on and see which sillouette looks...
Quote: Originally Posted by pokey07 I've done internships, they're just not doing much for me now. My resume is pretty decent, and trust me I'm willing to settle for jobs. I'm not looking for anything outstanding. Just something for experience. I have the grades/GMAT to get me into a good B-school in the future, I just need that experience, which is the most difficult to find. I've looked into becoming a Naval officer, and it still is a...
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