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Ha! I have the tan suede chukkas with a similar problem. I was eating fried buffalo pork ribs from a food truck and dripped. They were delicious, but my heart sank as I looked down at my toe. Got them home and did the corn starch and brushed the hell out of them. Think I did some vinegar too. It's certainly not gone, but not noticeable unless you are really looking for it. Might give the Saphir a try.
Looking to get back into some RRL jeans. I had a pair about 2 years ago that I bought in B&S that just never fit the way I wanted. Looking at the slim fit wheat wash seen here: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=13370324&sProdEvar=Recently%20Viewed I'm a great fit in a size 32 LVC one-rinse 501s... A 30 in most J Crew... A 32 in Epaulet slim walts (though they are about a half inch too big). What do you recommend?
Yeah. I jumped on it pretty quick. Liked last years blackwatch, but moved too slow on it. Really like this fabric, though I will say on a dreary winter day the pattern/colors kind of all run together.
Yes. TTS. Need Supply still has it with 10% off with SFDEC12.
Selling a medium Filson Field Bag in the classic tan. This was gifted to me, but I already have a garment bag, briefcase, and dopp kit in the colorway. Just don't need another. Retails for $225. Brand new here for $175 shipped to your door. PMs are best.
Selling a medium Filson Field Bag in the classic tan. This was gifted to me, but I already have a garment bag, briefcase, and dopp kit in the colorway. Just don't need another. Retails for $225. Brand new here for $175 shipped to your door. PMs are best.
I read they will be going to various stores that sell Hillside and Gitman like Hickoree's, Context, etc. Should start popping up before the holidays?
Thinking about picking up the ink blue Nanamica wind parka during this sale... I'm a small in J Crew shirts, a medium in Gitman Vintage, and a 38S-39S in most sport coats. Is a size large going to be too big?
Pretty sweet. Harris Tweed at Unionmade.
Just tell him you want the sleeves trimmed up. I imagine it is constructed similarly to a sport coat, which is really no problem for a decent tailor.
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