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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

^guilty.
It is sitting in my closet.

Pretty sure he meant that he grabbed one too...?
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Yep. There were two restocks of the navy birdseye. Noodles got one 50R. I grabbed the other. Looking forward to it!

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Smart man. It's a great suit.

Without a doubt it is my most oft worn suit.
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The Navy Birdseye Club

- Stitchie

- Murl

- Mr. Six

- Noodles

 

There must be more out there.

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Without a doubt it is my most oft worn suit.

Yup. I've only been wearing suits about twice a month and I usually grab it both times.
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post


Yup. I've only been wearing suits about twice a month and I usually grab it both times.

 

What size is that suit?  If I remember correctly, you are one of my possible team mates in buying a Formosa since I need a 48 jacket and the pants that come with the 50 while you need the opposite.  

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I've got a navy birdseye. I didn't even know it was a navy birdseye until it was pointed out here.

 

@Isolation WRT tailors in Vancouver there are none of note...but more importantly...DUDE it is an absolutely amazing spot, don't waste your time on tailors and go explore the great outdoors!

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What size is that suit?  If I remember correctly, you are one of my possible team mates in buying a Formosa since I need a 48 jacket and the pants that come with the 50 while you need the opposite.  

I thought the 48 jacket came with 48 tagged pants, but it's the 46 jacket that does. MTO for me.
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I thought the 48 jacket came with 48 tagged pants, but it's the 46 jacket that does. MTO for me.

 

You are very skinny.  Yes, MTO for me as well

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You are very skinny.  Yes, MTO for me as well

Skinny he is, most definitely. 

Them pants I got from him were way too small for my fat@ss to fit in. 

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You are very skinny.  Yes, MTO for me as well

Yep and wide top half...makes OTR near impossible.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

1. Quite nice. Not the nicest tie of all time, but usable and good looking.

2. Meh. Just an ok shade of pink and kinda shiny.

3. Turrble. Horrible shade, too shiny, poor horizontal twill, and too light to almost ever work in an ensemble.

4. Ugly. Needs no explanation,

5. See above.

 

Can you inform me on what determines good or poor horizontal twill? I don't see any threads on that.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Kira, pretend like you have all the money in the world. Find ten ties on eBay and post them here. With pictures, so we don't have to click through. Then we can look at what you chose to figure out what your tastes are when money isn't an issue. We can determine what features you like in a tie and we can point out what makes these ties worth buying.

After doing that, don't bother with any tie that doesn't possess those qualities, regardless of how cheap it is. If that means you only buy two ties a semester, so be it.

 

 

best advice.

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I just got these three for pretty much the price of one the Vandas!

http://www.styleforum.net/t/444068/three-perfect-staple-ties-panta-and-vanda#post_7563345
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Let me know if you'll part with the brown.
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