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post #46 of 50

From now on, it's Luxire. Every single time. Sorry, Jermyn St, you have outpriced yourselves.

post #47 of 50

Been to the newly refurbished H&H shop at the far end of J-Street. Hahaha they also went for the all-beige generic look. Had a brief chat with old Mr Hudson and he said "what can you do...".

post #48 of 50
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Originally Posted by Algernon Crisp View Post

I'm surprised though that so few people have suggested Budd. Granted, their website is a joke (although if you know the firm that sort of thing really is part of their charm) but the shirts are wonderful. The full price standard poplin shirt is £135, and whilst that is objectively a lot of money, you do get exceptional quality for that money.

They fit like a tent...
post #49 of 50
That's the problem with OTR - 'regular' = fatty and 'slim' = beanpole. None of them fit a guy who is shaped properly. So it has to be MTM.
post #50 of 50
The ones i have seen got poor fabrics, plastic buttons and very mediocre quality.
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