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All of my stuff is from Mulholland brothers. It's a texturized fabric and bridle leather combination that looks great. I use them for car trips but never put them on a plane.
Amen, way off. AE's are always solid, if a bit common, and I have several Shipton & Heneage as well as Herring (both UK brands, so you pay a little for shipping.) Don't be afraid to check out eBay, either: I just got a pair of barely used AE Cordovan longwings for $99.20.
I chucked all of my RL Polos -- just too many of them around -- and replaced them all with Lacoste, which I have been wearing for about 45 years . Bought some at full price as I needed a few black and bought a bunch on eBay, which is nice because they have a slightly worn appearance. The shrinkage -- as the store employees will tell you -- is only in the length but unless you're a tall, I would not use that as a reason to go up a size. BB is kind of corny, forget A&F,...
For sale is this silver colored brooch I bought to wear as a lapel flower, but I don't dig it in person. Paid $94.00 from Union Made, I think. Sold out on Hypebeast at $80.00. Haven't even taken it out of the bag and kind of forgot I bought it! (The two photos out of the bag are from the Hypebeast website.) Add $5.00 for shipping. PayPal and shipping to CONUS only. Thanks for looking!
Am I missing something or is the size and fit not posted?
I came across this because I just bought a pair of Banister crocodile monks on eBay. Supposed to be hand made in Italy and authencity guaranteed. We'll see when they arrive! Lee
Thanks, I had checked these guys out. More of an advertisement or club pin. But I appreciate your response. Lee
Thanks, I agree $10 sounds pretty cheap (at least in the U.S.). Now I have to decide if I want to bother. Thanks for the responses, though. Lee
I know I can ask my tailor this but it's Saturday night and he's closed Sunday and Monday. I have noticed that my casual linen shirts that I like to wear outside are all too long in the body. I was looking at a photo on "The Sartorialist" where Scott commented that the guy's linen shirt fit perfect with the body length right at the wrist. He noted that he was going to take the photo to his tailor to have his shirts shortened. Since he's only about 5' 6" his must really...
Yes, I think you're right. I'll start a different search. Thanks. L.
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