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 Of course! I think I meant something slightly different. This guy has a very strong opinion that, as a think tank accountant, you spent too much on a suit. I was curious what he thinks the right number is. But I'm kind of generally fascinated by people having very strong opinions about super narrow issues like that.
How much should a think tank accountant spend on a suit? I'm genuinely curious about his views on this subject.
^ I'm sure that's part of it. But Forest seems to be the most widely sold Carmina last. That makes sense because it's probably one of the easiest to fit. But Robert is comparable and IMO looks much nicer. (I have and like Forest shoes and boots. No hate.)
 Robert last shoes. I'm actually surprised that we don't seem more Carminas on Robert. It's a great last.  
I stand with FrankCowperwood.
Me too. Have my eye on a pair. Since Shaya was selling them I assumed they were good but it's nice get confirmation.
Oxalis from NMWA.
Yeah, the weave isn't as obvious as the grey one (judging by NMWA's photos) but it does show in the right light, and the mohairiness give it extra visual appeal. The hand is lovely--the yarn is soft but the way it's knit and the mohair hairs give it a pleasant texture. It's also surprisingly warm for such a thin sweater. Did I mention the hairiness? It's a total winner.
Those boots are so nice. Maybe I'll wear mine tomorrow. 
To expand a bit on my previous oxalis sweater comments ...  
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