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Any guys who are typically 36 US find Formosa 46 EU too big (say compare to Eidos)
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Yes. I'm between a normal 36 and 38 and Greg had to pin the 46 Formosa significantly to get it to fit through the chest although the shoulders fit fine.

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NY-area friends,  come join us, meet Juan Rivero Bosch and see some great and unique fabrics to get a tie made exactly as you want.  

 

Who's in?  :) 

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Yes. I'm between a normal 36 and 38 and Greg had to pin the 46 Formosa significantly to get it to fit through the chest although the shoulders fit fine.

Ah I guess will skip out on Formosa until I do MTO...
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NY-area friends,  come join us, meet Juan Rivero Bosch and see some great and unique fabrics to get a tie made exactly as you want.  

Who's in?  smile.gif  
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Price
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Price

 

Ah ok.  I'm not sure.  The Drakes team will come with their price list - I believe bespoke ties are in the $200 area

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Some new cufflinks from Parisian artisan Samuel Gassmann -  those are shell button cufflinks with a silver bridge, then covered with multiple coats of colored epoxy resin.  Every pair is different, of course.

 

 

  

 

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Love those cufflinks!  I've been trying to decide which Samuel Gassman cufflinks I want to get, and this makes the decision even harder.  Probably going to go with cufflinks instead of a tie for my first No Man Walks Alone purchase.

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Ah ok.  I'm not sure.  The Drakes team will come with their price list - I believe bespoke ties are in the $200 area

Thanks, by the way separate question, which cap/hat is warmer, Inis Meain or Scott and Charters? Also which one less susceptible to "collapse" (for lack of better word, i.e. loose its structure rigidity which happens to most of the ralph lauren stuff after two winter..., or maybe I just got unlucky and got caught in some rain/snow couple times)
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Thanks, by the way separate question, which cap/hat is warmer, Inis Meain or Scott and Charters? Also which one less susceptible to "collapse" (for lack of better word, i.e. loose its structure rigidity which happens to most of the ralph lauren stuff after two winter..., or maybe I just got unlucky and got caught in some rain/snow couple times)

 

 

Inis Main hats are more tightly knit, and fit a big more snug overall.  I'm not sure what you mean by collapse but I imagine these will be more resilient to it, and they fit closer to the crown of the head as well.

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Yep. the S&C caps are 100% cashmere so they will be lighter, warmer, softer, more stretchable and looser fitting than the wool Inis ones.

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My wishlist right now is entirely composed of off-white and ecru pieces. There's so many good options this season. 

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My wishlist right now is entirely composed of off-white and ecru pieces. There's so many good options this season. 

which is your favorite piece?

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