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You can fix that by turning the legs inside out and ironing the seam tape while gently pulling the leg straight.(I've brought this up before but I wouldn't be sad to see the tape disappear in favor of felled seams throughout, or at least felled outseams. But the the rivet chino fit on me is effin' perfect...)
Not sure what you could take away from comparing Timotune/Aether, except that Aether's fit isn't worth posting mostly because you can't see squat -- and the little I can see just looks like something a Circuit City SA would wear. Possibly it's better than that? Timotune looks fine -- but I think a layman would wonder why he's wearing cargo pants with "dress" shoes and a "fancy" sportscoat/pocket square. (I assume those are Epaulet rivet cargo chinos).
I think a better musical comparison would be classical (MC) vs (jazz -- all kinds). Sometime in the 16th or 17th century music (wasn't called classical then, of course - just music) evolved a set of rules - state the theme, then variations on the theme - return to the theme etc. That allowed almost anyone with musical talent and training to write, for instance, a minuet or sonata.But of course there are geniuses -- Bach, Handel, Mozart etc -- and near geniuses -- Haydn,...
It's a great look, and two thumbs up on the hem. Much better than the double roll IMO.But, TBH, the collar area of the shirt does not fit your physique. It's cut "high" for lack of a better term, and you have a pretty muscular chest/shoulder -- so with two buttons open it spreads apart and flops open, exposing the back of the placket. It's especially noticeable with a print vs. a solid or woven pattern. I wonder if you did up one more button how it would look.
Cool -- maybe early "or Slow" brand? -- now they say "Orslow Denim Products" on the buttons. http://www.orslow.jp/ Edit: you may have sussed it out. The crotch tape is a nice detail. GLWS
Up for sale is a pair of J. Crew charcoal wool Bowery pants, size 32/32. I bought these new last year and wore them about 20 times, dry cleaned once or twice. They are in very good condition -- only worn for office work. There is a tiny (practically unnoticeable) imperfect stitch near the fly (see pic, if you can) that I'm mentioning in the interest of full disclosure. I've lost a little weight and these are too loose on me. They are the classic fit, with an 8.25" hem --...
Up for sale is a pair of J. Crew charcoal wool Bowery pants, size 32/32. I bought these new last year and wore them about 20 times, dry cleaned once or twice. They are in very good condition -- only worn for office work. There is a tiny (practically unnoticeable) imperfect stitch near the fly (see pic, if you can) that I'm mentioning in the interest of full disclosure. I've lost a little weight and these are too loose on me. They are the classic fit, with an 8.25" hem --...
I think it's seriously underrated. I tried to get my wife to buy some FWK from Nepenthes but she thinks it's overpriced.Women are used to "disposable" clothes -- even after she's seen the details/quality of my EG stuff she's not convinced. Ah well.
Mastai Ferretti: yay or nay? I almost bought a tattersall off B&S but the sleeves on a 15.5 measured out at 26.5" -- too long for me, and I wear a 15 or 15.5 x 34 in Brooks Brothers slim fit.(sleeves are about 25.5" from shoulder seam to end of cuff.) But I really liked the shirt and seems like it would be a nice alternative in perhaps more of a European style. However, I haven't seen any feedback on the brand. So...any good? And do they size by sleeve or just...
Sorry, coming late to this thread. Did OP get LSAT score? Anyway, as someone in their mid-40s who's been working for several decades as a journalist (meaning I've seen a lot of things and met a lot of people from all walks of life), I think the utility of a law degree BEYOND THE LAW is not all that apparent at first. I've met tons of people who are using their law degrees in fields like medical administration, entrepreneurship, investment advising, development, law...
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