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interestingly enough, i fing i like PSs more when worn SC no tie, than with a tie. adds something extra to a casual fit.

This is my standard. It is the perfect middle ground between disappearing in a crowd and looking like a cockwagon.

At least in my business.
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Who is the main target buyer for Isaia suits?  Old men?  Wealthy NYC investment bankers?  Southern Italian Mafiosi?  

 

From what I've seen, they incorporate a lot of trad elements, but there is sometihng about their style that is Naples dandy and hence a little over the top for the US.  Is that a fair assessment?

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 nice play with warm colors- bravo

 

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relaxed and comfortable HF satisfied.gif

 

 

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+1 on the general consensus on Spoo's jacket, it looks great. Ed seems to offer a great semi-bespoke product at a very competitive price - wish I wasn't across the pond... I wish him the best of luck with his new service. smile.gif

 

 

RD -  why is across the pond a problem?   Ed offers free worldwide shipping for a lot of his stuff, tho i don't know about the jacekts . 

post #49834 of 78723
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Nice combo, MRMstl... deets on the jacket?


Thanks!

 

Jacket is Canterbury New Zealand, which I think is a Norstrom house brand.

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Brunello Cucinelli
Kiton
Tom Ford
Robert Talbott
Avi Rossini ostrich belt
J. Lawrence / Khaki's of Carmel pants
Unlined BB by Alden shell loafers

Read more about pants here!
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great trousers, spoo.
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This is my standard. It is the perfect middle ground between disappearing in a crowd and looking like a cockwagon.

At least in my business.

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post #49837 of 78723
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TF suit, shirt, Barneys grey solid tie, Lobb brown museum brown shoes, and best friend
post #49838 of 78723
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Brunello Cucinelli
Kiton
Tom Ford
Robert Talbott
Avi Rossini ostrich belt
J. Lawrence / Khaki's of Carmel pants
Unlined BB by Alden shell loafers

Read more about pants here!

Italian on the top and all American down below....true prepino! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #49839 of 78723
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RD -  why is across the pond a problem?   Ed offers free worldwide shipping for a lot of his stuff, tho i don't know about the jacekts . 

 

Because I'm hard to fit, probably much more than Spoo, and I think I'd need to be fitted in person, at least for the first time. That, and the fact that I would probably get ripped off with taxes and customs duties.

 

Over time I've almost nailed the fit on the local MTM stuff I get around here, but it's all machine made and not of great quality. I'm still in the process of trying to find decent affordable bespoke in Madrid, so if nothing comes up, maybe...

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Because I'm hard to fit, probably much more than Spoo, and I think I'd need to be fitted in person, at least for the first time. That, and the fact that I would probably get ripped off with taxes and customs duties.

Over time I've almost nailed the fit on the local MTM stuff I get around here, but it's all machine made and not of great quality. I'm still in the process of trying to find decent affordable bespoke in Madrid, so if nothing comes up, maybe...

RD, I would contact Ed. Im sure there is a solution for you.
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You guys are encouraging me to do so. Well, as soon as the bespoke fund has grown enough, might do smile.gif

post #49842 of 78723
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You guys are encouraging me to do so. Well, as soon as the bespoke fund has grown enough, might do smile.gif

I know a way you can grow that fund devil.gif
post #49843 of 78723
The sun has returned to NYC, and with the feeling of spring, I've acquired a yen for something whimsical in a tie - vintage Ferragamo.

Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt - BB
Tie - Ferragamo
Cufflinks - Some now-defunct menswear shop in London, name unremembered
Braces - Lewin
Shoes - BB peals


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I don't think I have anything worth selling (that I don't want, of course). tounge.gif

post #49845 of 78723
Not really sold on the tie Crusty. I know you call it vintage, but the pattern and overall vibe just looks dated to me. Sorry...
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