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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
You're a 38!!! Shit you're a bigger guy than me!

There's a guy who occasionally posts in WAYWRN who would love to have LabelKing, zbromer, Foo, and you up on one of his shelves...wait a sec...I think that I have a pic...




- B
post #212 of 289
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
In New York, and you didn't call me. Now I am in CA.

Are you going to be in CA all of next week? I'll be in SF on the 26th through 28th. We could totally iGent some unsuspecting store.

--Andre
post #213 of 289
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Are you going to be in CA all of next week? I'll be in SF on the 26th through 28th. We could totally iGent some unsuspecting store.

--Andre

I am totally down for that, my iGent brother.
post #214 of 289
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Are you going to be in CA all of next week? I'll be in SF on the 26th through 28th. We could totally iGent some unsuspecting store.

--Andre

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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
I am totally down for that, my iGent brother.

When do you come in on Friday?
post #215 of 289
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Originally Posted by AvariceBespoke View Post
I think I'm just going to do bespoke because honestly I don't want to shop around at 80 different stores for suits. I know some of the general attributes I like and I would like a world-class tailor to use his skill set to make it happen. Thats it. I'm sure 80%+ of the executive clients @ bespoke tailors do the same and don't read up for years before buying a bespoke suit.


I've heard of a client who just says: "I need 10 suits." That's it. One doesn't need encyclopedic knowledge to commission clothing, just trust in one's tailor.
post #216 of 289
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Originally Posted by RJmanbearpig View Post
Non, avoir du temps libre c'est aussi un luxe qui est hor de prix et qui n'a pas de prix.

Hope you are not burning Hermes catalogs to keep warm there in Socialist Canada. Your fellow Montrealese are driving me up the wall.


What I quoted isn't from me BTW. But yeah, I have slacker friends with complex economic theories justifying how they wanna work as little as possible and are willing to be broke to attain that lofty goal.
post #217 of 289
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
There's a guy who occasionally posts in WAYWRN who would love to have LabelKing, zbromer, Foo, and you up on one of his shelves...wait a sec...I think that I have a pic...

But LK, Foo, and Fuuma are scrawny. I'd collapse the shelf. (I decided not to quote the pic.)
post #218 of 289
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Originally Posted by AvariceBespoke View Post
I think I'm just going to do bespoke because honestly I don't want to shop around at 80 different stores for suits. I know some of the general attributes I like and I would like a world-class tailor to use his skill set to make it happen. Thats it. I'm sure 80%+ of the executive clients @ bespoke tailors do the same and don't read up for years before buying a bespoke suit.

Have you seen a lot of well-dressed executives?
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When do you come in on Friday?

I'm driving from SB around 11, so I'll be there around 5. I'm seeing shows on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, otherwise I'm free.

--Andre
post #220 of 289
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Originally Posted by zbromer View Post
But LK, Foo, and Fuuma are scrawny. I'd collapse the shelf. (I decided not to quote the pic.)
In that case he could just superglue you to the ceiling.
post #221 of 289
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
There's a guy who occasionally posts in WAYWRN who would love to have LabelKing, zbromer, Foo, and you up on one of his shelves...wait a sec...I think that I have a pic...



- B

I'm still wondering if this guy really is a member or just trolls by passing off some unlucky geek's flickr as his own.

I'm taller than these guys though, maybe not LK, is he 5'10 or so?
post #222 of 289
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I'm driving from SB around 11, so I'll be there around 5. I'm seeing shows on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, otherwise I'm free.

--Andre

The three of you should pool resources and buy one of Will's dress sets.


- B
post #223 of 289
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
There's a guy who occasionally posts in WAYWRN who would love to have LabelKing, zbromer, Foo, and you up on one of his shelves...wait a sec...I think that I have a pic...

Wait a second, you wear elfin shoes too. How tall are you?
post #224 of 289
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
The three of you should pool resources and buy one of Will's dress sets.


- B

Better yet, we will invite him, and then mug him and take it.
post #225 of 289
Having seen both teir suits, I would probably try Logsdail over Raphael.
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