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I know, Greg, I know...I just love the Inglese shirts so much and I want them to work badly. The sleeves were too short when I tried them on the very first season, but I am definitely going to try them on again when I come by to pick up my Camoshita duffel. It just doesn't help to be tall sometimes. Also I am surprised they work for you.And sorry to whine - there is so much win at NMWA; I just can't speak more highly about the construction of Inglese. If they work for...
Shortening the sleeves?! Come on - that is going the wrong way. If you have T-Rex arms you can take them to a tailor. Nothing you can do if you are 6'2 and above. Brutal. 😡
Wow, I have never seen that before...Absolutely stunning. Completely bonkers.(although on a detailed look, I prefer the guilloche pattern (barleycorn??) on the NYC version to the more radial version on the Tokyo edition.)Tokyo is one of my favorite cities and I highly recommend, so RFX, maybe a trip is in order?
Up for sale is a stunning NWOT SNS Herning Ion Cardigan in Navy Blue Mix in Size Medium. As usual, SNS Herning has produced a hearty, yet sophisticated, piece of knitwear. The pictures don't do it justice - extremely substantial cardigan, but sufficiently differentiated from the classic Stark, so you stand out from the crowd. Heavyweight with classic nickel buttons and a sick navy wool mix that is really something to behold. Fit is fairly trim with good give and will...
Up for sale is a stunning NWOT SNS Herning Ion Cardigan in Navy Blue Mix in Size Medium. As usual, SNS Herning has produced a hearty, yet sophisticated, piece of knitwear. The pictures don't do it justice - extremely substantial cardigan, but sufficiently differentiated from the classic Stark, so you stand out from the crowd. Heavyweight with classic nickel buttons and a sick navy wool mix that is really something to behold. Fit is fairly trim with good give and will...
For those looking at the VC Patrimony Traditionelle, I also wanted to offer the following new boutique edition. It's not limited to a specific number, but it really is a stunning watch in the flesh. I tried it on at the VC boutique on Madison and it really further warms up the Traditionelle. The guilloche is superbly done. If you can swing it, this would be my choice amongst the two versions - and re: Keith's Patek look-a-like concern, the guilloche moves it...
I have seen that sweater and it is fantastic. Definitely on my must kop immediately list when it drops.
Mike ([@Epaulet), brass eyelets and antique edgetrim would be spectacular!!!!
Dino, I am actually rocking my Jumbo right now! Loving it as you told me I would. So glad I went with my gut (and your advice) and traded in went with this over the 15400.Also, Dino, I just moved back to NYC for a new job, which I may be commemorating with a non-Dino approved watch. Even though it doesn't get your stamp of approval, I am excited by the prospect and if all goes well, I should pull the trigger by the end of the month. I will definitely share if it happens...
Frills, super excited about the prospect!! I like the enthusiasm. I would be in as well - would love to meet Dino and buy him a beer to thank him for all the great advice.
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