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No one has been able to help me with this over on the Meermin thread, so I'm going to see if I can get some help here: I'm a 10 uk in Rain and 10.5 in Simpson. Anyone know what size I'd be in Meermin Olfe, Ama, and New Ray lasts?
FTFYThom Browne would work. Or he could just drop the pretense and go straight to the women's suits.Fucking short jacket trend
I have no idea how you manage it. We're in basically the same location and I get hammered for duties every single time, regardless if it's one shirt or ten. And always for more than $20. I got a $26 bill the other day for a single shirt. So I'm all in favour of the $20 flat fee. If anything, this will make it much more likely for me to order big ticket items (suits, sport coats, overcoats, etc.) that I'd be afraid to order otherwise because of the ridiculous duties I'd get...
You might want to familiarize yourself with the vast sociological and psychological literature that runs contrary to your point of view. Indeed, virtually everything we wear is a form of costuming for whichever "role" we take on. Start with Goffman and go from there.
Jesus, I need to move to Australia. It was almost -40 C in the most southerly parts of Ontario last week.
Odd question: Anyone know the name of the pattern of this fabric and what it's composition is? (I'm guessing silk?)
Either of these would be perfect for a plain blue interview shirt: http://custom.luxire.com/products/pale-blue-poplin http://custom.luxire.com/products/pale-blue-poplin-140-2 I have both. No real complaints on either except to say the first wrinkles very easily. The 140/2 is by far a superior cloth and worth the extra $20.
^^ Looks great! I'll be ordering one of those on my next shirt.
Is that the standard 1738?
Surprised to see the "no customizations allowed." Isn't that your whole raison d'etre?
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