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I can proxy for someone if they'd like. I'd just charge whatever the actual cost is, and once it's not like 3-4 pairs of shoes.
Anyone ever sent shoes in from Canada for recrafting? What was the shipping like to the US? Any duties charged on arrival of recrafted shoes? And what's the SF offer that has now been terminated?
Does anyone have any links to healthcare consulting in Toronto? I'm in the middle of masters in health admin, and trying to find a second 3-month admin residence at a consulting firm, to get exposure while hopefully adding some value myself.
Cool!I tried it on last night and it fits very very well. Maybe it's the cashmere that causes it to drape so nicely. I got a 36R, and will need the sleeves slimmed and maybe extended 1/4" or 1/2"; didn't try it on with my proper shirts as yet.Question - did yours come in a garment bag with a hanger? A previous MIA blazer I had bought to try on did, but this just came in a plastic bag, no garment bag or hanger.
Last week I bought this MIA cashmere blazer for the fall. Wouldn't have paid anything other than the $300 it eventually went down to. http://www.clubmonaco.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=23422336
Haven't heard good things. But the good brands are really expensive. Personally, I don't think I'd want a cashmere sweater, because I'd always feel it was fragile and be self conscious.
That Sammy seersucker in navy in 36... very tempting. If only I didn't have 2 navy sportcoats already..
Finally, a menswear advantage to Canadians!
[[SPOILER]] Great talk about brown sportcoats. I was also looking at the Farmer's Check too, but will probably go with the tattersall because it's lighter and will make out a little more brown.The tobacco colour pop check would be a little too loud for my precise purposes, but I do like it, and would do it if I already had my "mostly brown" sportcoat space filled.
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