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They will definitely stretch out.I measure a 38" chest tried on my friends size 38.After about 1 month of wear, it's a slim fit but not uncomfortably tight.I'm jelly though as I don't have a sweater myself.
^ Yeah I knew that. But I'm hoping for a Marled color. Plus it's about $50 more at END for solid plain colors.
Good idea.I'd take a 38 3A if anyone is selling.
Hey guys, I made some cuff-links for myself. Let me know if you wanted any also. I live in Chinatown.
Hi folks. On offer is Smooth Bead Lapis Lazuli 10 mm Double Sided Cuff-links. Sterling Silver hardware. Made by hand, by me! My cheap bar cuff-links broke so I decided to make my own and have a couple extra. These use high grade, high quality, expensive Lapis Lazuli stones that were hand-picked. I spent much time with the delicate construction of these cuff-links. Sterling Silver is soft and pliable but the small size is challenging. These would be much more expensive...
I think the Gray version is pretty alright. If you like colour blocked clothes.
Hilarious.I'm just going to email them every season to see if they are bringing it back.
Just a note I don't have many good suits, but I have many excellent quality pairs of pants. Indochino's fabric is not in the same league. It is just passable quality. Has no real sheen or brilliance and a poor hand feel. Also it feels quite thin and very much like poly, although I believe it to be 100% wool or very close to that. It was a good starter suit and I learned a lot about fit and such, but if you are purchasing a second suit or more than one from them- You're...
This is more accurate, we had a good laugh.I just stapled it up, threw on my jacket and went to a cheap menswear store, bought some cheap pants for the day.I work in an office so no biggie.It fit perfectly- as well as this company could make it any ways. I had a local tailor alter it to fit.
I was wearing the Essential Charcoal Pants at work and when I bent down a bit too deep to pick up a box, my pants split. Not down the seam but the fabric between my butt and crotch just tore wide open. In light of this, I can't recommend their suiting fabrics- they are of cheap quality. Just spend $200-300 more and buy a decent Made to Measure suit from your local tailor. They will do a much better job for sure. You'll be happier in the long run. I will say their...
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