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Ask her about the "Woman's Generation" forum. She's probably a member.
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Noodles why is Fields holding up your new suit? We are still waiting for pics.
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Noodles this is what office hours are for.

^ Very true. 

I actually have to work a bit even though half of the company is on vacation. :violin: 

 

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Ask her about the "Woman's Generation" forum. She's probably a member.

Naw. She banned me 'cus I am on it constantly and she thinks I get into buying mode from what I see on SF. 

 

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Noodles why is Fields holding up your new suit? We are still waiting for pics.
I was wondering the same thing too. I am only having the sleeves done and nothing else. Mr.Field did say that it was going to be delayed a bit since he's working 12+ hours due to staff shortage and good skilled tailors are hard to get. I told him to take his time...
 
NOTE: My wife doesn't like the wide lapels on the Formosa and thinks it is old-fashioned. It is probably because she's fresh from SoKo, where suits are becoming more and more slimmer on TV. Don't know about on the streets. 

 

Here is Pic of Formosa Pre-Alteration (Click to show)

Edited by The Noodles - 8/13/14 at 7:28am
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Anyone who does not have a plain pair of black cap toes, has a gaping hole in their shoe collection.

Redirect back to coats, I think I want the Barbour McQueen coat.
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I have three black cap toes, but I also wear black shoes a couple times a month.  One pair for rainy/snowy trips to the courthouse, a pair on the Forest last and another pair on the Rain last because I wanted both.

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Anyone who does not have a plain pair of black cap toes, has a gaping hole in their shoe collection.

Redirect back to coats, I think I want the Barbour McQueen coat.

 

With the American flag patch and interior?  a bit aggressive.  I like the rest of the jacket.

 

I have that gaping hole and know it should be filled, but I just don't like black shoes (currently only own DM).  Keeping my eyes open for a pair on sale since I won't get any gratification out of the purchase.  

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Mmmmmmm



And if you're a 9Uk/10US Gentlemens footwear has these beauts!


Giggidy! (Click to show)
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Jungle Boogie:  I had those same black captoes on yesterday.  Love them.  They're a MTO and not generally available , so if Steve has your size and you want them, I would act.

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More mmmmmmmmmmm.....

Two of my only legit dress shoes. (Both C&J Hallams)

Maybe it is because I wear suits and CBD-ly, these black shoes are no problem for me. 

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With the American flag patch and interior?  a bit aggressive.  I like the rest of the jacket.

Yup. All that stuff that is super anti-SF. Love. It. That jacket is the ish.

I am also loving this Belstaff preeeety hard:




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I have that gaping hole and know it should be filled, but I just don't like black shoes (currently only own DM).  Keeping my eyes open for a pair on sale since I won't get any gratification out of the purchase.  

Well, at least you have a pair of black shoes in the rotation. But serious, there are a few classic looks that just need black shoes. Navy suit, white shirt, black or PoW tie, black cap toe shoes. I love that look. Cant imagine not being able to rock that at will.
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More mmmmmmmmmmm.....
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Those C&J's are smokin! And thanks for the .gif present
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Jungle Boogie:  I had those same black captoes on yesterday.  Love them.  They're a MTO and not generally available , so if Steve has your size and you want them, I would act.

Good lookin out. Thanks! Due November. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

lol8[1].gif I have Jungle Boogie stuck in my head thanks...
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Edited by jungleroller - 8/13/14 at 8:12am
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@in stitches I think you will be happier with the Belstaff a few years from now. You may tire of the flag stuff on the Barbour.
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@in stitches I think you will be happier with the Belstaff a few years from now. You may tire of the flag stuff on the Barbour.

Idk, man. Ive been a whore for that stuff my whole life, doubt it going to change. I wish I could try them both on in person.
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Yup. All that stuff that is super anti-SF. Love. It. That jacket is the ish.

I am also loving this Belstaff preeeety hard:



Well, at least you have a pair of black shoes in the rotation. But serious, there are a few classic looks that just need black shoes. Navy suit, white shirt, black or PoW tie, black cap toe shoes. I love that look. Cant imagine not being able to rock that at will.

as was pointed out to me (!) I do of course have black toe caps shog[1].gif

El S, I like that SMQ barbour and the Belstaff ^ icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif I've got a few Barbours but one fave being the unlined waxed linen :in love:

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