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It looks fine, but I did note the button-perhaps move it a tad? Also, as a matter of interest, is letting out the sleeves readily done without leaving a semi-permanent crease? Good luck with it.
I have the LL Bean ones and they're fine. Cut pretty full, though. In fact, I'm a 37 and bought 38's and I really need to have them taken in at the waist and narrowed. But they should be good for you.
If you wouldn't mind spending only $300+, the "Dart" model I got from Shipton & Heneage aren't bad at all. They have a US website but the shoes are made in and ship from England and they only have one person on the switch. Because she was "on holiday" when I ordered, it took a couple of weeks to get them. They're not the high-end stuff you're used to, but they're not bad, especially since they are hard to find.
Braun 8000 series. Forget triple headers--can't get in and around your nose. But you must be diligent in replacing the cutter and foil head every six months or so. AND you DON'T need the one with the goofy cleaning stand that pumps an alcohol based fluid through the head--it takes up room, is messy and the cartridges are expensive. A simple cleaning with a toothbrush after each use and a spray with an electric razor cleaning and lube spray (the spray only very...
Sleeves are too extreme unless you are in a band, work in a tattoo shop or want a career at Starbuck's at the ass end of a machine. Besides, while it is appropriate to honor persons or things you admire, there is so much tattoo that goes into a sleeve that it looses the "I got this for..." which is the predicate for my tattoos at least. The artist has to fill in with a lot of waves and similar designs that have no meaning--they just fill space. As a matter of interest,...
This has been well-documented for a long time. Generally, however, it pertains to aerobic exercise like running. I wouldn't lift early in the morning and on an empty stomach.
I always tell clients who insist on going to trial--with a jury--to look what the first one did in the OJ case. I know the feeling--when I hear some of the questions I wonder if they were listening at all! But, in all honesty, being a juror is a brutal experience. Good luck with the case.
Yes, the best way, if you are right-handed, is as you are pulling the long end down with your right hand, to push your index finger of your left hand into the tie where you want the dimple to be--roughly, anyway--and pull it tight. I think I saw this in Esquire or GQ's Black Book piece on tie knots. Works pretty well.
I love the Cuiron: bought it several years ago, but it was discontinued. Having a tiny bit left that I nurse, but it has lost some of its strength which is why I am hesitant to buy any "used" product. Where have you found it?
From left to right: go with the third one and forget about the fourth. Good luck--it is a pain in the ass.
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