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Talk to anybody on the forum who regularly orders bespoke clothes. Each and every one will have several hair-pulling stories.
I'm recalling the time I ordered a suit of the 'house cloth' in the lovat colorway ... then at the fitting discovered it had been made up in tan/biscuit.

But did you pull your hair?
post #182 of 250
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I'm recalling the time I ordered a suit of the 'house cloth' in the lovat colorway ... then at the fitting discovered it had been made up in tan/biscuit.

I hope that you exposed this outrage in an Internet forvm thread.
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I'm recalling the time I ordered a suit of the 'house cloth' in the lovat colorway ... then at the fitting discovered it had been made up in tan/biscuit.

I hope that you exposed this outrage in an Internet forvm thread.

Probably Yelp
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I hope that you exposed this outrage in an Internet forvm thread.

He probably did before it got whisked away to DT for no good reason.
post #185 of 250
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Probably Yelp
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SF has become to tailored clothes what Yelp is to restaurants.
post #186 of 250
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He probably did before it got whisked away to DT for no good reason.
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...not everyone in the real world is as knowledgeable as SFers.
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But did you pull your hair?

It is more effective if someone else pulls your hair.

Or so a Brazilian told me.
post #188 of 250
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You think that the wardrobe for "Boardwalk Empire" happened by mistake?

I suppose that you're right that styling a show based on The Fedora Lounge fantasy list was probably done on purpose.
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You would all love to pull my hair.
post #190 of 250
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I suppose that you're right that styling a show based on The Fedora Lounge fantasy list was probably done on purpose.

I hear Nucky gets Greenfield suits. With taste like his Greenfield must be top notch.
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The fascination with James Bond is that he is a fictional character...

I doubt that James Bond is fictional.
post #192 of 250
Costume isn't style. I don't understand why Boardwalk Empire inspires anybody other than people who like to dress nostalgically.
post #193 of 250
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The fascination with James Bond is that he is a fictional character...

I doubt that James Bond is fictional.

Definitely real, they write books and make movies about him. Who could make this up?
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I doubt that James Bond is fictional.

For a supposed "Man of Mystery" people know an awful lot about him.
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I hear Nucky gets Greenfield suits. With taste like his Greenfield must be top notch.

It's a shame that he shot that Prada model at the end of the season. (I refer to Nucky, not Greenfield, although I hear that Greenfield is a decent shot.)

Marky Mark and his brothers have opened a new hamburger place up here called Wahlburgers. I mention this so that fans of the show can make a pilgrimage if they wish. Apparently, the fries are wicked good.
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