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Want to shift your mindset a bit. There are plenty of people in jeans there. Same as the Met. You want to dress for the occasion and remember that it is, in fact, an occasion. I have worn a suit there and worn an odd jacket and been fine. Plenty were in tuxedos and plenty were in jeans. Dress to your level of reverence for the artistic medium.
If you break up the set, I'll likely take issue #31. The people from the back issues in Singapore are being annoying.
Decided that cold meant casual. Carmina Duchamp
Liverano has cut a beautiful purple tweed before, but the percentage of population that can pull it off is miniscule.
Darren -I wear the Cheaney 11525, which is the same fit as the 205 just with a more pronounced chisel. The Carmina Simpson and Alcudia work best for me. I can make an Inca work, but swim in the Rain and everything else. I wear the same size on the 11525 as I do on the SImpson and Alcudia.
Amazing. Will likely be interested if the measurements work.
@jerrybrowne I saw those on @ntempleman's instagram, and was just blown away. They're some of the nicest loafers I've ever seen, so wear them well! Make sure to post pics of them in action.
Beyond being silly, it's grammatically inaccurate in so many places.
As agjiffy has said, a lot depends on your taste. All of the big French tailors have something inherently unique to them. I love Cifonelli, and would personally go that route, but I can see why others would choose another tailor.
There was a Corthay RTW teardown on Facebook a few months ago--it's probably linked somewhere in this thread. The construction quality for the price is a bit dubious, but the aesthetics are sublime.
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