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I'm not sure what you consider "a junky wallet," but Alpine Swiss has appeared on recent lists of top brand wallets in US and definitely provides a "bang for buck" benefit. How you decide is up to you, but they warrant a look.
Please check out Alpine Swiss at Amazon. Genuine leather, variety of styles, prices under $40.
I may have missed it, but in searching this thread, I haven't seen a reference to Alpine Swiss wallets. This brand is considered by some to be one of the best for wallets and is (gasp!) inexpensive at
Thank you for your post. Any thoughts, then, on why some persons (apparently including some SF members) seem to prefer unlined gloves? Anyone?
Another question, if I may: What, if any, is the advantage of wearing unlined (dress) gloves? It seems to me that, if the weather is cold enough to wear gloves, lining would make them more functional by being warmer.
This is probably not a major issue to anyone here, but it is something I'm curious about: Among people knowledgeable about clothing styles, other things being equal (e.g., fit, fabric, quality), is a double-breasted overcoat generally considered more upscale-looking than a single-breasted one?
Looks like a four-in-hand to me.
^Thank you for your response.
Why 57 views and no replies? I understand that this may not be considered a major sartorial issue, but will no one on SF offer a helpful response?
Among men in the US who wear upscale dresswear clothing regularly and who wear braces, probably Thurston and Brooks Brothers are among the leading brands. My guess is this is true among SF members and among the US population generally. I am curious: Among SF members who wear $750+ suits regularly, is there a brand/label of belt that is most popular? Is a specific type more popular than others? Alligator? Crocodile? Other exotic skin? High-end leather? Does anyone on the...
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