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You could ask here. What is your question?
There are people on the West Coast that like tailored clothing. The problem you are facing here is that many of those people are probably not reading Style Forum, at least on any regular basis. You might find a decent number of men in the Bay area who may be interested in Steed, but I have no idea how you would go about getting word out to them. Then there is the issue of how many have heard of Steed? The Venn overlap between Style Forum (as a vehicle for frothing up...
Purely preference, though some maintain dress shirts should not have a pocket. That is a holdover from a time when most men wore vests. More formal shirts certainly should not have a pocket. Personally, I tend to get shirts with barrel cuffs with a breast pocket, and shirts with french cuffs without.
That looks like a suit jacket.
I'd be interested if he visits San Francisco.
This is the most compelling argument against wearing a watch I have seen so far.
There is contemporary research that points to the vermiform appendix as a repository for intestinal flora, so that it may be repopulated after some debilitating illness. As gut bacteria is essential to the overall health of the individual, I wouldn't count the disparaged appendix out quite so quickly, nor the top button.
Is the line of the lapel the whole though? It's part of the overall jacket. There is something about the button and hole, even if you don't quite see them. There is an elegance there, that I just can't see in a two button. One button, sure. That has a boldness that is it's own justification.I've got a number of two button jackets in my closet, but I can't see ever buying another, as much as I hate to say never.
Indeed. Mainly, I am not interested in infecting the rest of you with whatever I caught. I'll go home and curl up with some chicken soup and a nice rye. Too bad, I like the ELks, it's a nice place to visit, and I was looking forward to Hops and Hominy.
Edward Green, hands down.
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