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Where I live the Koreans have gardeners.

Yes, but don't let your dog loose in the neighborhood!
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Yes, but don't let your dog loose in the neighborhood!

It just isn't done around here.
I live in a redneck-free zone.
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It just isn't done around here. I live in a redneck-free zone.
Shouldn't you be gHey by now? - B
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Bumped for pure awesomeness.
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"Mafoofan! Really? You're a spunky little smurf, I'll give you that". I can see it now. Some of you guys catching Mafoofan and tossing him into a blue dye vat. Then Mafoofan swims across to the other side and Despos standing there holding him a new suit made by the famous Despos himself of clothes- Yep, what smurfs wear and a smurf hat, too.
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This thread has tremendous potential.

Yes it does.
post #218 of 366
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All my Despos pieces are made with zero shoulder padding and are extremely soft. Chris cuts a helluva soft suit if that's your pleasure.

This sounds excellent. A nice supple jacket. And shoulder pads as one wishes.
post #219 of 366
I'm very seriously considering commissioning a suit and/or blazer and pants from Chris. I'd love to see more pics of his work, especially of something similar to what aportnoy describes Chris making for him earlier in the thread (i.e., soft construction, minimal shoulder, etc.). Therefore, a bump in hopes that some more Despos clients might come out from the shadows. Or, if forum-pic-posting-shy, perhaps they might fill me in via PM? Thanks in advance to anyone who can oblige.
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Will PM you info.

Have a store in Chicago, spend most of the time in Chicago. Have a workroom in Dallas and visit Dallas for a couple days every 2 or 3 weeks. Spend a day in N Y every 4 to 6 weeks.

When are you coming to Seattle?
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I personally found the 3 breasted woman in the bar scene in Star Wars to be an interesting and unique look. I'm not sure I like the 6x1 double breasted. It's just too busy for me.

I like my women the way I like my suits...

Single Breasted.
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I like my women the way I like my suits...

Single Breasted.

Good luck with your search.......
post #223 of 366
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I personally found the 3 breasted woman in the bar scene in Star Wars to be an interesting and unique look. I'm not sure I like the 6x1 double breasted. It's just too busy for me.

I like my women the way I like my suits...

Single Breasted.
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I like my women the way I like my suits...

Single Breasted.

Good luck with your search.......

IMHO, double breasted with moderate size peaks and center vent is the way to go but then there is lot of "odd' in this thread. Who am I to judge?
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This thread needs this Flickr set

two points.

Wish the jackets were on mannequins that were properly sized ( or were pinned in at the back) so the coats didn't overlap at the buttoning point. One could get a better sense of the lines of the jacket.

What is going on with the break on Andy's pants? shog[1].gif
post #225 of 366
Don't mean to derail the thread, but here are some items I have received from the master himself:

1) Reddish Brown jacket (I don't have the specific source/material info. Perhaps Chris can clarify if y'all really interested)

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2) Green Jacket

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And a couple of pants:

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