or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by nate10184

^ This is the best advice in this thread. Lulz at the guys telling a summer intern who "knows nothing" about clothes to look into MTM/bespoke. Having been in your shoes: - Don't go out and drop $3k all at once. Your tastes will evolve and you will come to lament your first purchases...minimize the financial damage - Even at big law firms in Manhattan people don't dress particularly well, nor do they pay much attention to how others dress (especially associates) - One...
I saw them here.
Last is crazy nice.
Which E34? That has to be my favorite BMW design of all time.
Barney's had their all leather duffel (Hercules) on sale a few months ago. Not sure if they still make that model but I can confirm the quality was incredible.
I'd buy these and resole them if they were my size: EG for RLPL Oxfords
Foo I think your setup looks pretty good. The photo exposure on Tumblr will definitely help drive people to the wordpress site. Like others have said, keep a steady flow of content and the followers will come. For me my Tumblr is just a place to catalog photos I like. I had always done this by just downloading them to my harddrive but having an online space to do so makes it more enjoyable. The user interface is pretty slick and you can create a decent looking blog...
For $440 I can't imagine what wouldn't be better than these. They look like they're corrected grain calf. If you really like this style you could get a pair of Aldens that will at least be full grain. C&J, Sargent, and Grenson can be had for this price (or even less if you're patient) and will be considerably better.
For your consideration I have two Drake's ties I picked up from the sample sale in December. I was there on day one and thought these were the best two for sale at the time. They are new with tags. I'm only asking $75 shipped CONUS for each tie. I'm not flipping these for a profit like others have, just thought I would pass them along to forumites who weren't able to attend the sale. 1. Brown, White, and Red regimental striped shantung tie. Great colors and nubby...
Is this the fabric you went with? Doesn't look like a herringbone in these pics but its probably just the distance/resolution.
New Posts  All Forums: