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You could use a more intimidating presence while traveling on that electric skateboard.

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One of my new 3 pieces.



I like this and particularly the button placement and wrap. Not too keen on the stripe though, but thats just me. Would love to see a rope shoulder on it and a second buttonhole.
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You could use a more intimidating presence while traveling on that electric skateboard.


My electric skateboard strikes fear into the hearts of the Dyker population.  They even put a new stop light in on 73rd to try to keep me down.  It didn't work. 

 

It doesn't attract the ladies the way I expected though.  It must be because I look like a huge nerd. 

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One of my new 3 pieces.



I have a DB from Chan that looks similar. That looks a bit different than the Tautz lapel. See below.

Gay+TaleseTautz+lapel.jpg
http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/2008/07/reader-questions.html
post #1055 of 1134

Another one.  (also a 3 piece)

 

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Another one.  (also a 3 piece)



Nice, one of yours??
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Barleycorn tweed fitting. Adding 1/4 inch to the length.
beautiful. picked up yet?
post #1058 of 1134
Yeah, picked it up last February, just never snapped a picture. If Jeremy or Frank don't take one, I forget to do it.
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Frank has more of the fabric, at least he did at the beginning of the month, sitting in the Brooklyn shop. It's fairly awesome stuff.
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In case you guys don't know, Frank and Jeremy will be taking part in our Styleforum Vendors NYC Trunk Show, Nov 16-17.  Details are here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/366451/the-official-styleforum-vendors-nyc-trunk-show-thread-nov-16-and-17-no-man-walks-alone-kent-wang-hanger-project-yellow-hook-neckties/0_50

 

Please RSVP in that thread, and to @RedDevil10 and @LA Guy to help us gauge food and drink.

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In case you guys don't know, Frank and Jeremy will be taking part in our Styleforum Vendors NYC Trunk Show, Nov 16-17.  Details are here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/366451/the-official-styleforum-vendors-nyc-trunk-show-thread-nov-16-and-17-no-man-walks-alone-kent-wang-hanger-project-yellow-hook-neckties/0_50

Please RSVP in that thread, and to @RedDevil10
 and @LA Guy
 to help us gauge food and drink.
Awesome that Red is helping to organize.
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Awesome that Red is helping to organize.

Yes, very.  Hope that we'll see a lot of you coming out to support Frank and the other vendors and to help us drink our drink and eat our food.

 

Cheers,

 

Fok.

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I'll be seeing Frank next week for some shirt fittings. Thinking of going with linen dress shirts with my suits. Cotton just makes me sweat and I've never found a quality of linen that I thought could be appropriate for work.  He has the LL linen book as well as other linens so we will see...

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don't waste your money on LL linen, go with wbill, just as good, plenty of colors to choose from, rumples well
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Thinking of going with linen dress shirts with my suits.

Have you tried cotton/linen blends? They are dressier than pure linen. Wrinkle less than pure linen. One of the most comfortable shirtings for summer heat.
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