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post #1696 of 12403
So you listen to the president and start a war which you lose and which was wrong in the first place (happy tenth anniversary by the way) but you don't listen to the president that agrees to switch the system into what is the norm of science worldwide?
You Yankees definitely are strange folks. nest.gif
post #1697 of 12403
Congress authorized that boondoggle. Democracy! teacha.gif
post #1698 of 12403
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
You simply voted for the wrong guys, look at what difference it makes




Otherwise you could have still done the following



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post #1699 of 12403

Well this thread really got off topic... haha

post #1700 of 12403

Louis,

 

post #1701 of 12403
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

The president can agree to whatever he wants to, but he doesn't rule by fiat. wink.gif

I think he's a bit too tall for a Fiat, don't you?
post #1702 of 12403
Thread Starter 

There have been some requests for shirts and polo shirts made of knitted pique fabric.

 

The color grey has been requested often. White would be another popular color.

 

Also thinking of a light blue and a light yellow to begin with. We intend to begin with 6 plain color options.

 

Any other colors you would like us to carry?

post #1703 of 12403
Navy, heather grey, white, wine, racing green, sky blue
post #1704 of 12403
+1 on the list.
post #1705 of 12403
I'd suggest to offer the following: white, light heather grey, sky/french blue, navy blue, bordeaux/wine red and light heather brown/beige like the one PRL offers and which is similiar to this scarf:
http://www.herrenausstatter.de/pimages/142/142038_norm.jpg

EDIT: Dark green of course is also a great color for a polo shirt
post #1706 of 12403
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

EDIT: Dark green of course is also a great color for a polo shirt

I concur with a dark (not too saturated) green.

post #1707 of 12403
Had a look at the PRL site and could not find the color I had in mind, maybe it got discontinued.
Closest I found were "Antique Oatmeal Heather"
http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2130294
and "Smoke Heather" though the color I had in mind was a bit darker and more heathered, similiar to "New England Heather"
http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=4373743
post #1708 of 12403
Received my first trouser order from Luxire yesterday, with several details wrong. Fit is exact, details off. With proper attention for the customer's wishes, Luxire would offer the best price-quality deal online. I've sent an email, we'll see how this goes.
post #1709 of 12403
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

The centerpleat is pretty much a question of tradition as it is seen on nearly all OCBD's; yet for me I don't have them as said before (I believe) they dont provide function and they seem to make the line falling from my back swell and make me look fatter (main reason :P)

 

Alright, thanks for the input.

 

I will probably get one without center/box pleats. But plain back or shirring? Didn't find much info about shirring when searching for it online.

 

So for the next bunch of shirts, I will reduce the sleeve width slightly and get either a plain back or shirred back. Thinking of actually ordering a couple as the wait is probably the same anyhow.

post #1710 of 12403
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

Navy, heather grey, white, wine, racing green, sky blue

+1.
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