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post #16 of 282
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Fok, I sent you a PM.

Thanks to everybody that has PM'd me so far.

I will post up some sexy pictures tomorrow.

This turned more into me grabbing the 10 items closest to me and snapping some pics, but hey! There are hundreds of items!

Delightfully mafiaso dual vent, single pleat DB suit in a light brushed flannel. We have some really wicked DB suits, if you have the badass level required to pull one of these off.
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Why stop at suit? Tuxedo. This is actually a 42L.
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More formalwear! There is actually a lot of formalwear, in almost every imaginable configuration. I even have some morning dress - 3-piece strollers - good luck finding that anywhere else.
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One button velvet cotton peak lapel jacket. This is intense.
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One of a kind (I mean, it must be right?) English style tweed suit.
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Classic 3 roll 2 corduroy suit. Bonus: could be suit or sportcoat or pants.
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Insane silk tuxedo. There are some Dupioni silk ones, some raw ones, anything you can dream of...
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Conservative dark brown Super 150's suit
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And hey.. why the hell not. Everybody needs an unlined wool burgundy topcoat... right?
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Seriously though, tip of the iceberg guys. 1% of what we have. Some people have PM'd me about pricing: Very, very, very reasonable. I'm not posting pricing in this thread though, there are many variables. Don't be shy!

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post #17 of 282
Fuck. Now I sorta want a tuxedo. I have no idea why. I mean, I have a couple, and need... none. Well, that's a problem. On the other hand, I could definitely wear this on the days I am not wearing a leather jacket:

post #18 of 282
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One button velvet cotton peak lapel jacket. This is intense.
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One of a kind (I mean, it must be right?) English style tweed suit.
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Classic 3 roll 2 corduroy suit. Bonus: could be suit or sportcoat or pants.
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Would be curious to see fit pics with these on.
post #19 of 282
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Would be curious to see fit pics with these on.

Time for a fit pic contest?

 

Connor and I were already throwing around that idea...

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Just wanted to add my best wishes with this endeavor!!  cheers.gif

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Best of luck! All the best for the great venture ahead! cheers.gif

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Just wanted to add my best wishes with this endeavor!!  cheers.gif

 

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Best of luck! All the best for the great venture ahead! cheers.gif

 

Thanks x 2!

post #23 of 282
Wow! This is a really cool, interesting venture! I wish you all the best!

Awesome!
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Wow! This is a really cool, interesting venture! I wish you all the best!

Awesome!

Thanks!  As I recall, you're a 40r...

 

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One button velvet cotton peak lapel jacket. This is intense.
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I am in love with this jacket. Good luck guys!
post #26 of 282
Gonna need some more pictures in this piece. I want stockroom pr0n
post #27 of 282
Just want to post a quick plug for Connor. I PM'd him some specs of what I was looking for and sent $15 to his Paypal account. Within a week I had five awesome Belvest jackets on my doorstep that ran the spectrum: 3 roll 2, two buttons; center and dual vent; tweed and flannel; structured and unstructured. I ended up deciding to keep the green and orange tweed below. For anyone unfamiliar with Belvest, this is really nice stuff. The only tailoring I think I'll have done is to have the sleeves dropped a half inch or so. Connor emailed me a return shipping label, I'll drop the money into his Paypal account, and drop off the other four to UPS in the morning. I could not ask for a more pleasant online shopping experience, especially given the prices.



post #28 of 282
That looks great on you.
post #29 of 282
Thanks, Spoo! I just need Fall to hurry up and get here so I can wear it. Having had no prior real world experience with Belvest, I was very pleased with the fit. I'll definitely be trying out some more items from Connor.

I have NO occasion to wear formal attire, but all these pictures of tuxes and velvet jackets got me thinking I'm really wanting like a dinner jacket. I'm thinking I wouldn't look too out of place at my company's annual Christmas dinner in a dinner jacket because a couple of guys wear tuxes every year, even though it's not a black tie event. Am I crazy for thinking about taking up very limited closet space with a jacket or tux I'll wear--at most--once a year? I don't want to be the weirdo forcing my Belvest tux at Outback just because I scored a sweet deal and am looking for any opportunity to wear it. What occasions do you guys have for wearing a tux/dinner jacket?
post #30 of 282
I'm a little late to the game here, but I just signed up and I'm VERY excited for this. Belvest is one of my favorite brands. I'm still kicking myself for not bidding on a NWT Belvest peacoat.
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