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Whoah!  When did you pick up that beauty, toilet-dweller?  That looks great.

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Arrived this morning. Had the pants shortened and got it back an hour later. I was briefly tempted to get 2" cuffs, but I figured that suit was #menswear enough and decided to go cuff-less.

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Impressive service; impressive suit.

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Back from dinner


Enjoy my bathroom while it lasts, guys. I'll be moving to the suburbs of Seoul and jumping from one to three bedrooms. I believe the new place will also have natural light (while my current place has massive windows, it just looks onto more buildings). I've lived here for two years and I've never figured out what that hose is for. I don't even know if those faucets are connected to anything.

Those hoses are usually for a bum gun. They are common in many Asian apartments though you won´t usually see them inn Hotels. My apartment in Taipei had them.
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superb look, timo.


clags, that suit is excellent. deets?
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Wow, what a suit! Looking good Claghorn.
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Those hoses are usually for a bum gun. They are common in many Asian apartments though you won´t usually see them inn Hotels. My apartment in Taipei had them.

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Killin it homey. How many solid blue ties do you own?
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Suit is from Howard Yount. Jamison has a suit customer for life. Best fitting RTW I've ever had on torso and shoulders, though there is a wrinkle/bump below the collar on the back. I'm wondering how much it costs to fix that and whether it's worth getting it taken care of. (what generally causes that?)

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From my new thread: "Ultra Versatile Riveria Weekend 2 Suit Combo" in case you are interested in how to pack only 2 suits for a weekend of elegant living on the Riveria!
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http://www.styleforum.net/t/353391/ultra-versatile-riveria-weekend-2-suit-combo#post_6443674



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Awesome new suit Clag.
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The Four Pattern Awesomeness Medal (sponsored by TTO), is a no contest in favour of Sugarbutch.

Timo - that's pretty fabulous.smile.gif

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@timo: Nice and simple - proof that you don't need much to look great.

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superb look, timo.


clags, that suit is excellent. deets?

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Killin it homey. How many solid blue ties do you own?
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

The Four Pattern Awesomeness Medal (sponsored by TTO), is a no contest in favour of Sugarbutch.

Timo - that's pretty fabulous.smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

@timo: Nice and simple - proof that you don't need much to look great.

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superb look, timo.


clags, that suit is excellent. deets?

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Killin it homey. How many solid blue ties do you own?

Thanks, guys.
I actually only own two solid blue ties (one Grenadine & one Silk-Knit in a nice 8cm width).
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Enjoy my bathroom while it lasts, guys. I'll be moving to the suburbs of Seoul and jumping from one to three bedrooms. I believe the new place will also have natural light (while my current place has massive windows, it just looks onto more buildings). I've lived here for two years and I've never figured out what that hose is for. I don't even know if those faucets are connected to anything.

 

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Suit is from Howard Yount. Jamison has a suit customer for life. Best fitting RTW I've ever had on torso and shoulders, though there is a wrinkle/bump below the collar on the back. I'm wondering how much it costs to fix that and whether it's worth getting it taken care of. (what generally causes that?)

I think you just have to lower the collar a little. Pretty sure that can be done. No idea how much. My places take a week to cuff trousers, not an hour. This tells me we don't go to the same place. 

 

"Best fitting suit off the rack." - Lucky. I don't get that, being a 38L. Looking great.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Suit is from Howard Yount. Jamison has a suit customer for life. Best fitting RTW I've ever had on torso and shoulders, though there is a wrinkle/bump below the collar on the back. I'm wondering how much it costs to fix that and whether it's worth getting it taken care of. (what generally causes that?)

That was going to be my guess. I have been eyeing that suit for a while, and I really like it. I may have to go for if they still have it in my size.
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I've had mine cuffed over coffee (I have a tricky right shoulder, so I've spent a lot of money on alterations). For big stuff, time is less important than quality. For something like cuffing pants, there is no need for it to take more than two days to get back.

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