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^ its much more tweedy than this and the scale of the check is much bigger.

I think it's the same quality as the one PCK posted, but different color yarns
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Super random, but did you ever get your Solaro Formosa @PCK1 ?

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Any plans for some round metal framed sunglasses? Maybe like a certain someone's old Soloist frames...

Also, not sure if conceptual enough for clear frames.
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Yes. Our friends at Lesca developed a capsule of metal frames made in Japan (their Jura workshop makes acetate frames) and they look pretty nice. Thinking about adding those.
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Super random, but did you ever get your Solaro Formosa @PCK1 ?

 

It should be ready soon.

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Greg, did you ever get to take photos of the made up Inis Pre-orders when they came in?

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Speaking of Lesca offering metal frame sunglasses, the Pica frame that I ordered are terrific. I thought given the measurements they may turn out a bit big but they fit and look great and I tend to do well with "medium" size frames. Really well made glasses.

Thanks for introducing the brand to me!icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Suggestions for summer wedding tie/square combo? Navy suit, blue shirt.
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If I am a small (Eidos 38/39 in Shirts, 46R Euro Eidos Sportcoats/Suits), what size would I be in GRP Cardigan Sweater? 2 or 3?
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If I am a small (Eidos 38/39 in Shirts, 46R Euro Eidos Sportcoats/Suits), what size would I be in GRP Cardigan Sweater? 2 or 3?

 

Probably a 3 - a 2 is for someone that might find a 46R a little big on them.

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Tobacco linen for an afternoon of drinking cocktails on rooftops with my arm candy.

Went a little longer with this suit and the summer glenplaid jacket in order to accentuate the lapel arc.

Photo is slightly enhanced, but it's not too far off.
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Probably going to rock the dark brown lizard skin Chelseas.
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Looks nice but I would personally tuck that shirt in smile.gif
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Would look better if the jacket were not so long.
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Would look better if the jacket were not so long.

How can you tell the jacket is too long when you can't even see the seat, waist, or really anything else?

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He simply cannot. Between the untucked shirt, image crop and photo angle, the only way to gauge length would be the hem vs fingers - but that would be a misguided way to gauge jacket length.
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