I was wondering when everybody got their bespoke shirt or suit, did they stick to a plain white shirt/navy suit or something more eccentric and personal? My thinking is that there's two main advantages to bespoke: you get to choose all the details and best fit possible. But, something patterned and eccentric, you're going to wear it less often than that white shirt. Maybe, it would be better to have a perfect fitting white shirt since you know you're going to wear that all the time.
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4/12/05 at 5:46pm