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Again, I am sorry for the incomplete information I have provided. In fact, five of my suits are flannel (both grey "solids", the herringbone and blue DBs and the black and white plaid), this is Norway after all!
Dopey, I gather you would suggest french cuffs and a fly front for a db shawl collar?
I want to thank you both for discussing my situation. Patrick, I will definetly look into adding more solids- Unbel, what would you suggest?
Gentlemen, whats your take on button-up shirts with black-tie? Sometimes or never? How about barrel cuffs? Currently unsure of sources, but aren't some advocating stiff-fronts only for white-tie?
It was not my intention to seem determined, would you suggest continuing with navy and charcoal solids for a while longer?
Thanks for the response! The charcoal's and the mid-grey's patterns are both very subtle, bordering on solid (at least from more than three feet away), a look I very much like.I am thinking next should be Air Force blue and then, maybe, petrol, both in medium weights.How does that sound?
Heh, yes, 'free trial' is a much better choice of words. That is excactly right! In return they get very happy customers, their communication at the customer service level is also wonderful. I'm using the Norwegian/Swedish-site, YMMV.
Funthread, I'll bump and play: Ok, so I have: Dinner clothes Navy solid (3p) Charcoal plaid Mid-grey bird's eye Dark grey herringbone (DB) Dark blue plaid (DB) Navy check (DB) Black and white plaid Khaki linen Seersucker (DB) Where should I go from here?
I must say I have been very happy with TailorStore. Indeed they made me submit my own numbers, but they offer a 100% perfect fit guarantee! This is how it works: 1. Take measurements, select fabric, submit. 2. Receive shirt and wash per instructions 3. Put on, take pictures and send to TailorStore. 4. They suggest alterations to the measurement and subsequently gives FULL store credit for the first shirt. 5. Adjust numbers, pick fabric, submit again. 6. Receive new...
No way!The shoulders could, concievably, be more optimal, but overall nice fit!
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