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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...
Even the shoulders were a bit off, give me a weird T shaped fit.Just an ill-fitting coat.
Anyone try a shirt from there Thomas Mason fabrics? Opinions? I went to the Vancouver Pop-Up today. It's just a retail sales employee that measures you. I'm sure most people who buy clothes online would be able to measure just as well. It does help that someone else is the one taking the measurements though.
I would not get the Peacoat. It fit boxy in my size, Medium. Small was too small. Where to find a good wool winter coat?
Sorry gents, I jumped into a new job and honestly this meetup completely slipped my mind until now.
Agreed, don't pay full retail for the scarves.You can get them at a steep discount every season.
Toque is scratchy at first but becomes more comfortable as you wear it.Eventually it stretches to a nice size for your head.
Damn that's too bad, I wanted to order a few months from now.
I would say it's a safe assumption.I have an Inverallan hat that has stretched comfortably after some wear.
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