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I have heard of his shop. I'll try to stop by for a visit. I get in Thurs afternoon staying in Bmore, but my meetings are in DC all Friday long and I fly out Sat night..so I'll google 'em and try Sat afternoon, maybe..you been there before bete?

Yup, I've been there several times, although I moved from Baltimore a while ago, so I haven't been there in about 2 years or so. I got my first pair of Alden shell LWB from that place, and they also sell some C&J for RL shoes. I never bought any suits or SCs there, but they have a nice selection of ties and squares and other accessories, like Drake's for instance. But be prepared to pay full price for pretty much everything there.
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Taken from last week..The goal was to keep things simple before the trip out of town.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

boss

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Just another day in a slightly-out-of-focus charcoal suit. Really enjoyed a lot of the pics lately guys; lots to study and consider. nod[1].gif




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Thanks Crimson! I know what Brands I can fit into in terms of my size and what brands I cant even think of.. and i have an awesome pair of Tailors that I have worked with extensively over the last three years here in Fresno..I lucked out.. and lastly just really being on this forum. I know some peeps think its circle jerking but for real, I really learned a lot from guys on here..if I did not, I would not be here or post here..I am still learning too.. I want to start dabbling with strong patterns (which is not my thing) and have options there..I am learning that from this forum as well..

You have me by about 4", but I would love to see your lists of brands that work. I have slowly figured what brands work, but it has been an expensive process.

Oh yeah...you rag on Santa Barbara and you live in Fresno! C'mon man!
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Not what I wore today--nowhere near tweed weather even if I am mostly just carrying around my jacket--but I just got this from the tailor and I'm finally perfectly happy with the pattern. Buttoning point high but not too high (by my standards). Not too much waist suppression. I barely gave them enough fabric to work with, but overall, I'm damned pleased.

 

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Clag, I love the fit of all your clothes. Not slim, not baggy...just a perfect tailored fit. Jacket is awesome.
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boss

Just lel for not spoilering after Clags comment two or three posts above you!
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Lets make it happen stitchy!


PM me, lets try and get it done.
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I like this JCMeyer-  Chocosa's too-  keepin it simple.

 

Wot's goin on wih the tie blade there?

 

 

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Just another day in a slightly-out-of-focus charcoal suit. Really enjoyed a lot of the pics lately guys; lots to study and consider. nod[1].gif

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 keep it to PM please guysplain.gif

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You have me by about 4", but I would love to see your lists of brands that work. I have slowly figured what brands work, but it has been an expensive process.
 

 

 

 

check the roll!  u should be happy- that thing roks and love the fabric too

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Not what I wore today--nowhere near tweed weather even if I am mostly just carrying around my jacket--but I just got this from the tailor and I'm finally perfectly happy with the pattern. Buttoning point high but not too high (by my standards). Not too much waist suppression. I barely gave them enough fabric to work with, but overall, I'm damned pleased.

 

New jacket (Click to show)

 

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Clag, I love the fit of all your clothes. Not slim, not baggy...just a perfect tailored fit. Jacket is awesome.

 

+1

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


You have me by about 4", but I would love to see your lists of brands that work. I have slowly figured what brands work, but it has been an expensive process.

Oh yeah...you rag on Santa Barbara and you live in Fresno! C'mon man!


never ragged on Santa Barbara.. never been there..might have been ragging on Central Cali that you mistook for SB

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Jacket: MTM Holland & Sherry Intercity

Shirt: Mercer & Sons end-on-end

Tie: Henry Carter 6-fold

Hank: E.G. Cappelli

Trousers: MTM Holland & Sherry Crispaire

Shoes: Carmina

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^^^^ now that's a fit.  love the SC even if I wouldn't get the roping myself. should post that yella in Whnay

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yeah I'm quite happy with the top half of this jacket. bottom has a few issues that are fixable. problem is that with my current tailor, I can't trust for the next comission to look at least as good as this frown.gif
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Jacket: MTM Holland & Sherry Intercity
Shirt: Mercer & Sons end-on-end
Tie: Henry Carter 6-fold
Hank: E.G. Cappelli
Trousers: MTM Holland & Sherry Crispaire
Shoes: Carmina

Showing how yellow ties are done! I'm of course biased... Looks great though. You got the last one of that tie.
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Get this Oxxford clothes navy blazer today.

 

 

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