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Your neck size in proportion to your sleeve does seem atypical, but I can't say for certain. I order most of my shirts these days from Luxire (http://custom.luxire.com/collections/dress-shirts). There you can pick all your measurements. Start with something cheap like their trial shirt: http://custom.luxire.com/products/luxire-fit-test-trial-shirt or maybe just a cheaper option: http://custom.luxire.com/collections/dress-shirts/products/classic-blue-oxford. I might...
I am not sure if this is the best place to ask this question, but I'll give it a go: I am ordering a pair of bespoke shoes and have a couple options, was trying to decide between black museum calf and the St Crispin black baby calf from AA crack. Is there an appreciable difference in quality between the two or am I splitting hairs at this point?
Yes, those particular shoes are great.
You could get a peacoat. It's like the most appropriate item in the world for nearly everything. For a suit though, I'd personally wear an overcoat.
You can wear it just fine. I wear an overcoat with a dress shirt and a sweater all the time. That said, I am not huge fan of the coat itself. It seems like some sort of shortened overcoat/trench coat hybrid that doesn't really "work" in my eyes. I think you would be better off buying a either an overcoat or trench coat. If you want something shorter, I'd get a peacoat.
Has anyone ever purchased the officers coat or seen it in person? http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Golden-Fleece%C2%AE-Officer's-Coat/ML00184,default,pd.html?dwvar_ML00184_Color=NAVY&contentpos=1&cgid= I can't find any images of the coat in real life. If It goes on heavy discount it could become tempting...
1. Slim fit has always been less common. It is always easier to find something in a "regular" fit over a slim.2. Conversely, it is possible that the slim fit items sold better and thus, there are fewer left in stock.
Depends on how much you want to spend, I have these two:http://custom.luxire.com/products/grandi_calliope_b_00045_00501_fine_twill_whitehttp://custom.luxire.com/products/grandi_sky_roy_b_14937_00031_fine_white_royal_oxford_200-2I find them both to be of great quality for suit shirts, but if I was wearing the shirts more casually, I'd have gone for something a little thicker...though the twill is pretty solid. I think it's more wrinkle free than the royal oxford in this...
Twill. Royal Oxford.
Oh they look great, I was asking because I have a wide foot wanted to copy the last.
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