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Quote: Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH I took semi-formal once the OP said "not black tie" as fairly "business casual". Sorry if my terms were not clear. Essentially it is not-black tie but it is relatively formal. When I said, semi-formal, I meant "not black tie"
Navy suit?
I returned that RTW suit from TF and did not purchase another suit from TF. I've never posted photos of my bespoke suit. I actually just went in for my bespoke suit to be fixed a bit as my weight-training has caused the chest to be too tight and the back to pull. After I get it back I may post photos to be mafoo'd I'm very happy w/ the bespoke - it has nice styling within my instructions and fits perfectly in everyway. I still prefer the details / styling of TF...
Quote: Originally Posted by CashmereLover I need some slim (Borrelli/Incotex slim) wool/flanel pants for winter. Grey, navy or maybe brown. They need some pattern as well. Should be casual enough to use with a nice cashmere cable sweater, and dressy enough to use with a sport coat. Actually, these Ralph Lauren Colony pants meet my needs - except - I believe they are not slim...
Quote: Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley Blue = Acorn Grange Brown = Acorn / Classic Windsor i know geneva gives you when you use acorn
Quote: Originally Posted by ALFAMALE Pardon me if this appears obvious to some or if a similar TF topic has been covered, but I'm curious to hear more opinions. Ive heard that Tom Ford acquires all the fabrics for his suits from the Zegna mills. So if I found a tailor that uses Zegna fabric, and could make a similar suit for a grand. Apart from it having a Tom Ford label to impress, would the suit be practically the same thing? I mean other than the...
Quote: Originally Posted by Box Eater Now that I am out of college, I have found that Abercrombie has basically disappeared among people my age....and that is all I ever wore. What is a good brand of shirts that are tight but not too tight and show off muscle? I am not going to spend 60 dollars on a tshirt...but I also do not want to wear gap or old navy...and i am not going to wear Abercrombie or AE anymore. Thanks in advance. go to...
Quote: Originally Posted by MetroStyles Could it really be anything but Paul Stuart? Tom Ford.
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