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I'm running with good old Costo brand laundry powder. It's also, according to the packaging, fine to use for janitorial spills.
Try the Ae thread itself.
Left his Penguin classic on the tram.
I much prefer simple Macs... much less fuss. Or, if not, then a minimalist model like Kent Wang's navy trench.
FYI, Nordstrom anniversary sale is on. They jack the prices up for Australians, and shipping is min $50 too (but only $60 for two pairs of shoes), but not too bad all the same. Some good buys like Red Wings, AEs etc.
The rash of photos lately has been great. Keep it up!
I'm looking at buying a leather dopp kit. Something similar to this (2 compartments), but for
(In my opinion) that shirt is too tight in the waist and bottom, hence why the bottom of the placket flares when untucked. I think you've been a bit too generous on your shoulder measurements too. I'd go 17.5" - if you're always going to wear it with the top button undone, you can afford to have a smaller yoke to make the shirt sit nicely on the shoulders, rather than slipping off the edges. Instead of darts, I prefer reducing the back measurements as compared to the...
Yeah... I think the entire top part of the outfit needs to be as casual as possible. So that's a patch pocket blazer and casual PS - not fancier folded linen. And conversely, the bottom part, ie the denim, needs to be as formal as possible... If there's too much contrast between top and bottom in terms of formality then to me it just looks weird... Anyway, it's just my opinion. I know a lot of people love this look, as I said,
On another note: what do you all usually do re lining in trousers - none, thigh, knee? Or does it depend on material of the suit. I'm considering what kind of lining to get on the aforementioned mid grey fresco. It's a summer suit, so I would think less would be better, but the materialis relatively see through. If I do get a lining, I'm not sure what colour to get.
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