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BALLS EVERYWHERE!!!

and look at those buttons. drool.gif


Hory F***. Kopping a G.Inglese shirt nao. Also, wanted to hear opinions on this. I was charged $40 to taper my shirt and $35 to shorten my sleeves. What do you guys usually pay for those services? I think I got ripped.

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Stitchy--that shirt is teh secks. I really love that birdseye sweater though. Tits is rocking it.

Tits, if you don't mind me asking, how sturdy does the sweater feel?

And Patek, I am glad that the shoes fit so well! That is absolutely great news. They look absolutely wonderful.
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Those look like wonderful Pebble grain derbys that will patina nicely. I'm not a big fan of a softer, rounded toe, but I think that PGDs look off any other way. I love my longwings. Wear them in good health.

I find that most of my shoes have more of an English, chiseled toe which is a sleeker more formal look and is harder to pull off on a general purpose shoe especially if worn with jeans or casual pants. One reason I purchased these was to have a general all-purpose shoe without getting too blobey like some American shoe makers. I think they are perfect for what I bought them for as the scotch grain makes them very casual yet they work well with tweed or flannel.
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Aside from balls everywhere, as IS so vividly said, are the Inglese shirts darted? I don't see that in the description and I do in the Mazzarelli description, so I assume the answer is no.

I haven't really come to terms with darted shirts yet.
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I find that most of my shoes have more of an English, chiseled toe which is a sleeker more formal look and is harder to pull off on a general purpose shoe especially if worn with jeans or casual pants. One reason I purchased these was to have a general all-purpose shoe without getting too blobey like some American shoe makers. I think they are perfect for what I bought them for as the scotch grain makes them very casual yet they work well with tweed or flannel.

Definitely agree. I got the Norwegers for the same reason/purpose.
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Thread Starter 

Inglese are slimmer fit than Mazzarelli with no darts.   Mazzarelli are more comfortable fit with darts.

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Jinx! Personal Jinx!

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Hory F***. Kopping a G.Inglese shirt nao. Also, wanted to hear opinions on this. I was charged $40 to taper my shirt and $35 to shorten my sleeves. What do you guys usually pay for those services? I think I got ripped.

glad to have influenced kopping!

i have never had any alterations done to a shirt in my life, but that does sound like its a bit high.
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Stitchy--that shirt is teh secks. I really love that birdseye sweater though. Tits is rocking it.

it really is.

fit pic in inis soon. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post

I find that most of my shoes have more of an English, chiseled toe which is a sleeker more formal look and is harder to pull off on a general purpose shoe especially if worn with jeans or casual pants. One reason I purchased these was to have a general all-purpose shoe without getting too blobey like some American shoe makers. I think they are perfect for what I bought them for as the scotch grain makes them very casual yet they work well with tweed or flannel.

yes, i have recently come to this painful (for my wallet) conclusion as well.
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inis in action! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Stitchy, that looks absolutely awesome. Bravo!

Getting your nails done? happy.gif
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Who dat Stichy, you?
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Stitchy, that looks absolutely awesome. Bravo!
Getting your nails done? happy.gif

thanks!

lol, no. was finishing up having breakfast with a good friend.
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Who dat Stichy, you?

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IS - that looks great.
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I guess I always picture members looking like their Avatar. For instance, Namor will always be a hot blonde to me.
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