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IMO the best part of bespoke is the education. There is so much I learned about myself and my preferences about how clothing should look and feel. This journey is not a straight line, I have changed my mind over the course of several years.
There is a vicuña robe at the Loro Piana sale going for $5k down from $20k+. Completely decadent.
The people in the French tailoring thread might be able to help you. I've done Demi-measure at Charvet. You see them once and they mail you the shirt in 2 months or so.
This looks like Eidos made for NWMA.
I went to dinner a week or two ago at Parlor. The food is included in the price of membership (drinks are extra) and it is quite good. If I lived downtown, I would consider joining and have dinner there 3-4 times per week. Gato, the new Bobby Flay place is good. There are also many new restaurants in the LES.
Because you recommended it for flat front casual pants. The version they made for Vox looked good so I figure I would give it a try. I usually don't know if I like a garment until I have lived with it for a while.
I have linen pants on order - frog mouth pockets and flat fronts.
I would get bespoke cotton suits if $$$$ were no object and if I had a valet to press it after every use. I still think a corduroy is a possibility in the far distant future. Maybe a seersucker too.
I saw this in Paris last year. Hard to take a picture of it without someone in the way. You guys know the model?
It depends on how cold it gets. I have a 20-24oz DB overcoat that is good until the teens or single digits (in Farenheit). Below that I breakout the shearling.
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