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I can assure you lack of maturity isn't an obstacle either.
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As long as I can still make TWSS jokes ..

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As long as I can still make TWSS jokes ..
Definitely, although if you have a girl you can find that reflex steering you dangerously close to some unthinkingly creepy joaks.
post #33169 of 37206
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I'm not old enough to be a father yet

 

Looks like your plan backfired. :butbut:

post #33170 of 37206

of course she's a warriors fan

post #33171 of 37206
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The shirts are not cut )( so is it possible that yours is too tight, creating a stretched shape in chest and hips?

Interesting, I'll size up next order 

post #33172 of 37206
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@jet
 we've got @willy cheesesteak
 in the ts(s) baseball shirt, and I'm wearing my new Post-Imperial band collar shirt











We'll try to get through some of those other requests shortly, these were just what we were actually wearing today.

Thanks bros, is the shirt light or does it have more heft to it? You guys are so new york man.
post #33173 of 37206
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Yea i do. The leg opening is 22cm on the 52. I take them down to about 20cm (a little less than that about 7 3/4 inch) like the rest of my pants

Thanks @coldinboston, this is something I'm going to look into.

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Here is something to consider. I'm beginning to see most fashion brands offering versions of wide leg trousers for men and women. Its still an early trend but all fashion runs in cycles and the skinny/very trim pant has had a long run. So, having a pant with just a bit more room might have a longer lifespan moving forward.

I did have this thought, and it's perhaps part of the reason I haven't taken them back. In the end I'm not sure it's my look. But thanks for the long-view perspective @GusW!
post #33174 of 37206
@jet, it's pretty light and perfect for warmer weather.
post #33175 of 37206
How is that "cardigan shirt" on taller people? I haven't tried much from Ts(S) but what I have is usually cut a little shorter (I'm assuming cause it's Japanese) which doesn't look good on me. Fwiw I'm 6'2"-6'3.
Thanks
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Are sleeve lengths adjustable on the polo reorder preorders?

Also how do the sleeve lengths of the polos compare to Inglese shirts? I have to get 3 cm chopped off the length of my Inglese shirts to make them wearable which is why I ask
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Are sleeve lengths adjustable on the polo reorder preorders?

Also how do the sleeve lengths of the polos compare to Inglese shirts? I have to get 3 cm chopped off the length of my Inglese shirts to make them wearable which is why I ask

I'm 6'4" and I find the polo sleeves too long too, but I cant shrink them in the dryer because the overall length. Additional length in the body will therefore be much appreciated. 

post #33178 of 37206

For my dad, I like to get him small luxury items that he would never spend money on himself.  And push his conservative boundaries a bit.  

 

 

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Originally Posted by GusW View Post

Here is something to consider. I'm beginning to see most fashion brands offering versions of wide leg trousers for men and women. Its still an early trend but all fashion runs in cycles and the skinny/very trim pant has had a long run. So, having a pant with just a bit more room might have a longer lifespan moving forward.

 

Agreed -- at least there's extra room in the leg with a strong taper after the knee.

 

Also for what it's worth, I'm more interested in a classic polo collar than a BD polo collar.

post #33180 of 37206
Greg,

Give me a call or email when u get a chance.

Thanks,
A
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