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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post


Pretty much.
I am 100-percent confident that this is a subject on which it is completely unnecessary to have an opinion, let alone a strong one.

 

Really made me laugh out loud - thank you; been a long day.  

 

Edit: nice combo.  Is that a frivolous PS?

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I like your shoes.
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Me too, but there is a definite suggestion of "chode foot".  Can't believe you let that pass.

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That pleated besom pocket though...  Have mercy. 

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Aravenel has chode foot, too.
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post


Im fairly confident that 80% or more of my suits and sportcoats all have a fabric label on the inside. And over half of my trousers as well have a fabric house label inside. Its a tag. not a stylistic choice.

 

In RTW, yes, you're right, most suits and SC have a fabric tag. For MTM or bespoke, it becomes a stylistic choice:

 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

None of mine do, but my tailor will do it if you ask him to.
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post



"A shiny tight suit with no tie is not usually an SF-approved look.  And nor should it be.    That's not hate, it's consistency. "

 

"Tight silver suit, stripey shirt and no tie?  Fuck no, from me anyway."


 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post



Dormeuil SuperBrio mohair.

 

 

It takes a very refined taste to appreciate LabelKings outfits. LabelKing is a living style icon. Mimo on the other hand is as delicate a dresser as a repoussé shaped by a sledgehammer.

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One day we will all be chased out of the village by an angry mob with pitchforks and torches.  And grey socks, probably.

 

Edit: (pB)

 

Clap (MiniMe): kisses x

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I really dislike the contrasty "fake" pick stitching on the lapels. The jacket feels too country to go with this tie or square otherwise nice colours and shoes.

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I've been on vacation for a bit.  I took a bunch of pics.  I'll post one a day because I'll be low on material for a while.  No work and all.  

 

6/28/13 in Boston

 

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Nice AAS - maybe a shoe upgrade required though.  I don't normally like patterned knit ties, but that combo is fun in a good way.  Thumbed.

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AAS - nice look.

clap - that post almost knocked me off my chair.

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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

My thoughts exactly icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Just checked the tracking, should be there any day now.

can. not. wait.
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

Nice looking suit. Does the Tiberias webpage improve once you are a member? It seems haphazardly set up as it is. How are the prices?

is very clean and easy to navigate one you join. and joining is free. go for it.

i think the prices may have changed since he started, youd have to join and check.
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

That is beautiful! Coincidentally, I am expecting my Tiberias suit to be delivered today. smile.gif

awesome. cant wait to see yours.
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Very nice suit, but... I don't think sporting a fabric label on the inside of your jacket can ever be considered stylish. I'm also not convinced about the combination of informal patch pockets and this very formal looking fabric. Seems a bit like a stylistic oxymoron to me.
But I'm just nitpicking, enjoy your new suit! (I do hope the construction quality of Tiberias' suits is better than that of their website...)

well, its on the inside, and its nice to know the fabric. i cant hardly imagine that being a big deal at all. the patch pockets were intentional. i like them, and i think they take down the formality a notch with looking odd. its certainly not uncommon as far as i know. not to mention, i dont think twill is a particularly formal fabric imo.

the construction and quality of the suit are top notch. i assure you.

and thanks!
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

I am 100-percent confident that this is a subject on which it is completely unnecessary to have an opinion, let alone a strong one.

lolz
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Out for a my birthday meal. Repost fit, but it's really cold around here and it's raining. 

 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

None of mine do, but my tailor will do it if you ask him to.

RTW dewd.
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Is that grey with orange?

 

Looks great. I like the crisp shirt.

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