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post #2446 of 7144

Good MTM won't charge for alterations because it's built into the profit structure and hopefully won't need any on the backend

post #2447 of 7144

Just pulled the trigger on this bad boy!
 

 


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post #2448 of 7144
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Originally Posted by OTCtailor View Post

Good MTM won't charge for alterations because it's built into the profit structure and hopefully won't need any on the backend

Suitsupply is RTW.

post #2449 of 7144
I'm aware of that. Was drawing a comparison to explain why they can't just cover alterations.
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Originally Posted by OTCtailor View Post

I'm aware of that. Was drawing a comparison to explain why they can't just cover alterations.

My bad, totally agree with you though.

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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

Just pulled the trigger on this bad boy!

 





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I've had my eye on this one and the Havana brown check - looks pretty nice. Hopefully that color is pretty accurate once you see it in person.
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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

Just pulled the trigger on this bad boy!

 




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if it fits you, it is a great jacket for summer.

Yesterday I received another SOHO, but didn't quite like it, so sending it back.
I think I am done with the summer-collection now, hope FW13 pre-sale starts soon. A Lazio in navy with a nice windowpane would be a winner icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

if it fits you, it is a great jacket for summer.

Yesterday I received another SOHO, but didn't quite like it, so sending it back.
I think I am done with the summer-collection now, hope FW13 pre-sale starts soon. A Lazio in navy with a nice windowpane would be a winner icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

+1 on the windowpane. That and a light grey flannel...
post #2454 of 7144

Any SF'ers near Roermond? 

Will pay for them to go in and buy everything in a 24. And a 48 for odd jackets. 

 

It's either that, or I fly out from Australia and do it myself!

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It's either that, or I fly out from Australia and do it myself!

 

if so, i'm giving you a list!  biggrin.gif

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I think I can make it to Roermond this month. I'll keep you guys posted.
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Better stock up on suit cases smile.gif
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just checked some flights. Tickets would be ~120€, then I need a rental car (~30€) and some gas (~15€).

I think I will do it. Have to tell my wife first, though shog[1].gif
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if so, i'm giving you a list!  biggrin.gif

 

Mate if I go I'm going with an empty suitcase and filling that baby up!

 

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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

just checked some flights. Tickets would be ~120€, then I need a rental car (~30€) and some gas (~15€).

I think I will do it. Have to tell my wife first, though shog[1].gif

 

If you are serious about this, and would be willing to proxy some gear for me, I will obviously pay you for your time. Tell your wife that men on the internet are paying for you both to go on a shopping holiday. Bring her too (twice the luggage!). She'll love it, I'm sure!

post #2460 of 7144
I am pretty sure you could more than recoup the travel expenses on the BS-section.
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