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post #1726 of 1737
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Their website seems to be down. Do you normally ring them up?

No. Never.
post #1727 of 1737
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post


I don't have an answer for "what's your house style?" when you are creating something so individual as a custom suit

That's awful. Just horrendous.
post #1728 of 1737

It's a confession not a boast

post #1729 of 1737
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Originally Posted by agjiffy View Post


No. Never.

All right, thanks. Normally just step on in then? I'll make it a priority on my next Paris visit.

post #1730 of 1737
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Originally Posted by findingthingsou View Post

All right, thanks. Normally just step on in then? I'll make it a priority on my next Paris visit.

You're new, and you seem to be friendly, so will give you some advice. The tone on here is snarky and irreverent. Answers to obvious questions like "do/can you call?" will be met with appropriate levels of sarcasm.
post #1731 of 1737
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All right, thanks. Normally just step on in then? I'll make it a priority on my next Paris visit.

Yes, they do bespoke by walk-in. The cutters work there and there are always people to help you. I recall that some years ago a member posted about an experience where he had difficulty with the door at charvet, and was so put off by trying to get in that he wrote off the whole thing and left. You can probably search the board if you want to read about it. I've found that most doors can be opened with either a push or a pull, and the remainder generally revolve or are automatic. I don't remember having any difficulty with the entrance at charvet.
post #1732 of 1737
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You're new, and you seem to be friendly, so will give you some advice. The tone on here is snarky and irreverent. Answers to obvious questions like "do/can you call?" will be met with appropriate levels of sarcasm.

It's not nice.

post #1733 of 1737
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You're new, and you seem to be friendly, so will give you some advice. The tone on here is snarky and irreverent. Answers to obvious questions like "do/can you call?" will be met with appropriate levels of sarcasm.

I wasn't being sarcastic either. I read everything on the Internet with levity, lol.

 

Thanks everyone (in seriousness).

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Photo?

Still too warm to wear it but we're getting closer. But to kill the mystery buzz, it's the black version that is still (but just barely) available at The suitable Wardrobe.
post #1736 of 1737
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Originally Posted by brax View Post


Still too warm to wear it but we're getting closer. But to kill the mystery buzz, it's the black version that is still (but just barely) available at The suitable Wardrobe.

 

Thanks.

 

This one:

 

https://www.asuitablewardrobe.com/lambskin-motorcycle-jackets.html

 

What a great price.

post #1737 of 1737
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Originally Posted by Dandy Wonka View Post

Thanks.

This one:

https://www.asuitablewardrobe.com/lambskin-motorcycle-jackets.html

What a great price.

Yep. That's the one.
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