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NR = No Reserve. POW = Prince of Wales, usually, if in relation to suits/sport coats and the like.
What's the deets on those Aldens?
I found Kamakura via ivy-style and have fallen hard for their OCBD's. I may never go back to any other. I took a regular fit and find it to be much less billowy than your average American-cut shirt. Fabrics are amazing, with their oxford cloth feeling rustic but not at all harsh, and they've held up well to weekly wear. I plan to make regular trips every time I'm in NYC.
Deets on that camel hair jacket and are any of those shoes 8D?
Deets on that camel hair jacket and are any of those shoes 8D?
So what're the deets on that JPress tweedy-looking delight and the red/blue bowtie? Hope you're feeling better.
When the day comes that Spoo shuffles off this mortal coil, I think we can all agree that it suits him to go out crushed by the weight of first-class menswear. Here's to a speedy recovery *lifts JD*
And, to be fair, those people who would be looking at that area close-up might be impressed."That's right, baby. I need the crotch of my pants reinforced."On topic, I have lambswool flannel HY trousers, wear them as part of my regular rotation, and have had no such trouble. Been almost 4 months now I think of weekly wear.
Correct. No tag, no keeper. Just their signature "V" stitch at the corners.
Yeah, deets on that green stripe please.
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