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My understanding is my tailor tapers from both seams equally, so the crease is unaffected.
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My understanding is my tailor tapers from both seams equally, so the crease is unaffected.
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Squats and deadlifts, cheaper than tailoring.
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Speaking of which, I've started a whole new squat routine that kicks my ass...supersets, real light, real low.
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Squats and deadlifts, cheaper than tailoring.

The time spent doing that can be spent working and having more $ in the end after tailor expenses

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The time spent doing that can be spent working and having more $ in the end after tailor expenses


Most people massively overestimate the amount of time one must spend working out in order to see noticeable results. 30-45 minutes 3x a week goes a long way when it comes to building muscle.

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Sorry if it's been answered, but any idea when those burgundy austerity brogues will come in? 3 months or so?

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Most people massively overestimate the amount of time one must spend working out in order to see noticeable results. 30-45 minutes 3x a week goes a long way when it comes to building muscle.
They also underestimate the importance of a proper diet to accommodate the workout.

I cringe when I see someone barely walking on the treadmill while sipping on the largest size of a caramel frap from Starbucks. The person is probably burning several cals per minute while sipping on a 800 cal beverage. They'd be better off skipping both the drink and treadmill.
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I think that's their goal, to make slim fitting clothes that's not skinny.

I've done what you've said on some, and have no problems. I'm a size 31 so on a lot of the Walts, I get a 32 and recut.

i think their goal is to make clothes that fit well for most men and they do this exceptionally well. its refreshing to see a company that realizes slim/skinny does not equal good fit.
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i think their goal is to make clothes that fit well for most men and they do this exceptionally well. its refreshing to see a company that realizes slim/skinny does not equal good fit.
I agree on the skinny part. But not so much on the slim. Even their model pictures are quite slim, which is flattering to the body.
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Is it just me or are the sleeves on the L.B.M's quite long? I have a couple of Bogliolis and found that they tend to vary in sleeve length. I found ones that worked for a my 32/33 arms (in light of the whole working button-hole dilemma)...any chance a different cut of L.B.M with shorter sleeves will be stocked?
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Is it just me or are the sleeves on the L.B.M's quite long? I have a couple of Bogliolis and found that they tend to vary in sleeve length. I found ones that worked for a my 32/33 arms (in light of the whole working button-hole dilemma)...any chance a different cut of L.B.M with shorter sleeves will be stocked?

I have ridiculously short arms compared to the rest of my body...I just got them shortened, quick $20 alteration. Well worth it, though I was unable to keep the working cuffs, which I'm not all to worried about.
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First time ever shooting with film, yesterday was a cold day so I wore my air force flannels and carminas.

for the curious it was a Pentax ME Super with a 50mm f/1.7 I found in my basement, apparently my fathers.


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Looks great...I put all my flannels in storage last weekend in a desperate attempt to usher in the new season. It has not worked. May have to dig out these, as they are my lightest flannels, for the upcoming workweek.
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^ Yeah apparently it's going to be this chilly for a week or more. Wearing my FF grey/purple flannel shirt and FF speckled gray/red tweed Daltrey for the "occasion."

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