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Quote: Originally Posted by radicaldog This whole SG shirting thing intrigues me now. Does anyone have any good quality pictures of both versions? And are there any sources in Europe other than Charvet? Should be readily available in Italy.
Quote: Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire Beautiful, personally I like these much more than the "average" G&Gs. I am not sure what average refers to, but these balmorals are just exquisite.
Quote: Originally Posted by F. Corbera Perhaps, but the only other error that he has made was early on on my third order many years ago. His response was exactly the same. In that case, the error were pleats in the pants and his reaction was to make two at no cost to me. You imply that he would behave differently to others, but I don't think that this is so. Nothing more than natural behaviour of the faulting party. I do not expect less...
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Love it. A polo coat is just perfect for cold winter weekends.
Light grey, obviously. Odd charcoal trousers are as unbecoming as odd charcoal jackets.
Given the history of discussions, I do not think they are SF approved per se. All though, in real life they are rather common and I fail to see why they would not be appropriate in some settings. They are however, in my mind, as you say, a complementary style of those who tend to favour a bit of flair.
Yellow ties are classic and have a place in every mans wardrobe. I even wore light pink...some years ago.
Quote: Originally Posted by Ataturk Doesn't really answer my question. A bespoke suit is costs a lot but once made for you it's got basically no market value. I'm genuinely curious how it's supposed to work. Certainly its declared value should be what you paid for it. Do you not consider bespoke items when deciding on your insurance issues?
A very faint pink would actually not be so bad.
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