3/2/11 at 10:18pm
Posts by Pieceofsand
2/27/11 at 2:21am
Great thread. I want to buy a sewing machine now. My mom has one down in the basement and I open it one day in attempt to alter one of my old dress shirt. After seeing the complexity of the sewing machine, I quickly gave up. The sewing machine OP ordered from amazon looked fairly easy. I'm debating on whether to learn how to use the complex one I have, or buy an easy one like OP. OP, where did you learn how to use that beast if you don't mind me asking?
2/27/11 at 1:59am
Quote: Originally Posted by Poindexter You know, I like blazers and I liked the A&L concept, so I went to the linked site. I gots to tell y'all, that even in the awkwardly byzantine world of mens' clothing sites, this is maybe the champion unnavigable unusable site I have ever seen. Where are the sizes? Where are the products? Is this blazer the only thing they make? How does one get one? Poinz Exactly how I felt.
2/27/11 at 1:52am
Living in SoCal being 5'9 is probably about average. Then I moved here to the mid west all the sudden I feel like a midget sometimes. The heights run from 7" to 5"2 mostly in between.
2/27/11 at 12:52am
2/26/11 at 1:28am
Quote: Originally Posted by Poshak Man Wow! I am impressed with how much thinking and planning must it take for oldog/oldtrix to get dressed each day! He probably doe it with natural instinct. The break down theory was fun to read though. I hope to see more of that, it really helps people to learn more about dressing.
2/25/11 at 10:40pm
OP keep us updated with your final purchase. I don't know you need to go MTM/Bespoke for your first,not less you know exactly what you're looking for. Buy OTR or thift for now and keep lurking and learn like the rest of us
2/25/11 at 1:43am
- Forum: Classic Menswear
If I'm ordering a shirt with french cuff from Moderntailor, and given that I currently do not own any french cuff style shirts, how am I suppose to know what size fits base on my wrist size. Or is it the same as regular button style? Also, what is a convertible cuff? Both regular and french?
2/24/11 at 10:56pm
2/23/11 at 4:04pm
Quote: Originally Posted by alliswell Are you lefthanded? I am right handed. I'm not sure what this question is relevant to the wrinkleness of my right upper sleeve. That'd be my only guess. Quote: Originally Posted by Despos You could have the fronts reshaped to be a bit more open at the same time. How does one to "reshape the front a bit more open?" What procedure is that?...