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Same reason weathermen don't meteorolog and scientists don't biolog all day. Just not the way language works.
That's what I thought. Maybe we are sharing a single delusion?
Don't forget that you can get thick shirts that are poor quality and thin ones that are good. Weight is almost never an indicator of quality.
Correct. I may be mistaken but the impression I get is that the guys who want the luxury shirts are slightly older and this not quite so slim fit. I'm not sure the company really wants to promote them anymore, their business is all about the 4 for £100. £25 per shirt suits the vast majority of clients, once you move up to £40 a shirt you're in slightly new territory.
The luxury shirts are single needle and MoP buttons. They at 2 for £80. The mainline (4 for £100) are plastic and double needle stitch. I never wear the Poplin lines, why buy a thinner material when the thicker twill is the same price? Seems like a dumb choice to make...
Thats who said it btw, he doesn't post dumb stuff on my facebok.
Gene Fowler
I don't mean alternative in that they are interchangeable as such, but on a hot day one might be planning to meet a friend for a light lunch at a marina restaurant. I cannot see linen or fresco being inappropriate, however (racking my brain to come up with adequate role models here) David Bowie might go with a linen suit replete with wrinkles, and George Clooney would counter with a little sharper looking fresco suit. Neither is wrong, neither will be asked to leave and...
I gotta say I don't understand the issue with brown fresco. I've worked at conservative houses [redacted to preserve anonymity] and fashion forward houses [redacted to preserve anonymity] and have no problem with brown as a colour for a summer suit. Not everyone wants linen, I certainly understand that, and fresco is a nice alternative. Brown is a great casual colour - though I'd prefer it without the rusty-hue - and I'd gladly wear it to a summer event without feeling...
Apologies, I totally missed the refference, my bad! (I think you mean parable, rather than paradigm)
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