Permanent Style Vs A Suitable Wardrobe? - Page 5
I love both blogs. ASW was the first one I discovered when I became interested in improving my wardrobe. This led me to discover Style Forum and other blogs such as PS.
PS is more relevant to me as I'm closer to the author's age group and also spend a lot of time in London, but ASW is the blog I always look at first on my daily trawl through menswear sites.
This. I started in my mid-20s and just turned 30, and I DON'T think what he posts about is "age-restricted." I've learned so much from Will and his blog I couldn't begin to start listing. He can talk about over-my-head specifics I probably may never care to get into, but he will put them in a context where I learn why he came to that style choice and I can sit and ponder how I feel about that choice. I can sit in front of his blog and come to stylistic conclusions from 5 paragraphs on a brand new topic. And if I don't come to a conclusion right away, I'll continue to ponder and look through this forum to see how it's done by others. I can't say enough about that blog....
I at today's post from Permanent Style. I realize this is all relative; compare bespoke to bespoke to The Row, and it's a comment on handwork vs other bespoke makers;
And, everyone should be free to buy what they like w/o judgement, especially considering we're a men's clothing forum and what people spend here might not make sense to others less interested in mensware.
Even with all that said, I'm just not sure how you can write this line with a straight face.
For a price to US customers (so ex-VAT) of £3333 for a two-piece suit, it’s very good value.