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Oh no ya don't, Mike. Your post didn't come through to my quote, but I already have an idea of what you were going to say and I can't listen to you right now.

You're currently playing the role of the character on the right and can't be trusted. decisions.gif
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Mike - check you pms brotha

Also I am looking to pick a steamer for my place. Any particular brands or models that you would recommend?
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A shadow plaid suit would be so incredibly badass I can't even understand it. Mike, was this the last winter pant delivery? Have some Ep credit and want to make sure the season's over before I allocate the funds to shadow blue and oxford grey.
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Also I am looking to pick a steamer for my place. Any particular brands or models that you would recommend?



Mike I think you answered this before but I'd like a reminder what the answer was as well.

 

Also, any more thoughts on that WAYWT contest you were mulling about a few weeks back? I mean, not that you've been busy or anything...

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I'm in the same boat as Frank. Getting ready to pull the trigger on some Walts for the first time, but with over $1100 in the shopping cart, something's gotta go and I really don't want it to be the Aldens...or anything else. Maybe a quick look at my credit card balance will help bring back to sanity.

It does add up, doesn't it?
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Mike - check you pms brotha
Also I am looking to pick a steamer for my place. Any particular brands or models that you would recommend?
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

Mike I think you answered this before but I'd like a reminder what the answer was as well.

As I'm probably getting one myself soon, I looked it up. Seems that the forum "search this thread" feature actually works, on occasion. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Get a steamer! We use this one at the store:
http://www.amazon.com/Conair-GS7R-Co...5180250&sr=1-6
It runs $60 and it's worth every cent. No ironing board is necessary. There's much less danger of burning the fabric. And it bangs out a cotton shirt in no time.
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Ended up grabbing the last pairs of size 34 Donegal tweeds in Cocoa and Navy. Hopefully I'll have a little bit more time to regroup and hit up the new plaids around Christmas.
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Originally Posted by Epaulet View Post

Whew, got caught up on PM's and finally getting to respond to everyone. First off:
Oh, and to that end, I have some feedback on digital cameras (a few members PM me about this stuff)
Iphone 4S: Although it seems crazy, I can confidently say that the Iphone 4S is officially my favorite camera of all time. More than my Rolleiflex 3.5. More than the Leica M3 that I used to own. They always say that the best camera is the one that you have on you, and it helps that (1) the camera has shockingly good white balance and resolution and (2) you can run apps on it, do a ton of processing to each photo, and immediately upload it.
If you have the 4 and like shooting photos, then definitely upgrade to the 4S. It's worth it just for the camera.
Canon S95 / S100: Best compact camera that I've ever used. Not necessarily better than the 4S during the daytime, but unbelievable at night and with a flash. Party shots with a flash are among the best saturated and exposed that I've seen. It's a nice compliment to the 4S because the Iphone's LED flash is shite.
Ricoh GR Digital IV: I'm surprised by how much I like this camera. Very fun to use, and the fixed wide angle lens is great. In-camera effects are cool too.
Fuji X100: Pain in the ass to use. Slow to shoot, slow to focus, has this stupid macro mode. But once you get the hang of it, the photos are incredible. DSLR quality - maybe a bit better - but with a look and character all of their own.
Canon 5D Mark II: If you have semi-pro aspirations of shooting then upgrade to a full frame camera like the 5D. It's worth the extra money, and the body will really retain its value if you care for it. I shoot almost all of the online shop images with this camera.

just lost my 3GS in a cab and the driver said he didn't find it (yeah right?). sooo looks like I'll be picking up a 4S. Good to hear it's got a sweet camera. Very important to have a good camera in a phone. the Fuji X100 sounds awesome. I want one (well i want a leica m9 but that ain't happening). i have a 7d, which is what i took to switzerland, but even with just one lens that was a heavy carry.
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Does anybody own the Navy/Black Micro Tattersall?

What are you pairing it up with color-wise?

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Does anybody own the Navy/Black Micro Tattersall?
What are you pairing it up with color-wise?
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Come on may'ne:

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Is it possible to take out the seat of a pair of Walts? Mine fit great in the waist but a bit tight in the ass. I know there's extra fabric to let them in or out, but that's more for the waist then ass, right?
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Yes, it's called the Rudy fit smile.gif
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

Is it possible to take out the seat of a pair of Walts? Mine fit great in the waist but a bit tight in the ass. I know there's extra fabric to let them in or out, but that's more for the waist then ass, right?

As soon as I finish up finals, I'll be dropping mine off for this operation. It seems I've grown in the thigh and the seat, and will now require the Rudy. There's definitely extra fabric to be let, though. I'll let you know when I get mine down if you haven't heard anything definitive before then.
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Just received my custom 44L jacket - AWESOME. I need to tailor it a little bit in the waist and maybe take the sleeves up ~1/2" but it's awesome right out of the box. I will definitely be doing the gray suit in the future.

Good to hear your special order turned out great! Mine was delivered yesterday but I'm out of town until Sunday, so I won't be able to pick it up from the rental office at my apt complex until Monday....this is like seeing the Christmas present sitting under a tree and having to wait 3 days to open it up! I will probably take it to my tailor mid-next week, so it will still be another week and a half or so from now before I can finally wear it, which will be about 2 months since I originally placed the order. Hopefully it's worth the wait nod[1].gif
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Liberty Bourbon Paisley arrived today. Navy wool/cashmere trou Monday (hopefully).

 

You guys need to get your balls in gear and start donning some of these excellent Liberty button-ups.

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