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Ah, you got one of those, well done. I hesitated and was lost - let us know what it's like when you get it?
I use O'Flynn for shirts. I like his work a lot. I don't want to speak for his prices and obviously it varies with the choice of fabric, but his work is bespoke and thus justifiably more expensive than MTM. As far as I remember there was no minimum order - I think I started with just one shirt. As far as fittings, my first shirt was almost spot on and just needed one adjustment which we discussed over the phone. I was happy with the fit after that and he then wanted to...
Midnight cashmere this afternoon:
The light's all wrong for photos, but just took delivery of two new ties for winter: black challis wool and midnight blue cashmere.
Finally, a viable third party in US politics.
The Bureau, Frans Boone, Nitty Gritty, My-Wardrobe are all stocking smalls fwiw.
I've never been a fan of vertical striped shirts with tweed jackets, the stripe always seems to say city while the tweed says country. Incoherent combination, as Sr. Corbera might have said.I have a light grey hand framed Shetland jumper I wear a lot under my tweeds in colder weather.Last winter I was quite comfortable outside in a tweed jacket, thin jumper and heavy wool scarf during -7 celsius weather, as long as I was not standing still for any length of time.OlSarge...
So .. I'm hoping that the recent appearance of the Day Trippers will herald the next lot of Epaulet Ravello Brixtons.I think this might be a Northampton thing generally? .. all my EG shoes have this (don't have any EG boots).
Looks like this one: http://www.samhober.com/macclesfield-print-silk-ties/macclesfield-silk-tie-80.html.
Just ask, David will pretty much make anything out of any material he has on hand ..
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