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Originally Posted by kulata View Post

That's not the lazio, I think Noodles said it's a La Spalla when he initially posted the picture. Nobody knows what the pants look like though, so start taking full pics if you want serious advise. There are other options besides half canvassed SuSu

That is the Lazio. I can't afford La Spalla.

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Noodles, I love you, and I am not even NMWA customer, but you've been extremely silly.

Archie, trust me on the navy trews with grey hounds and herrings. Try it one time!
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

This Noodles and Greg thing is going too far. Please take it to a pm or email or phone call. Airing out dirty laundry is not necessary. Both parties are respectable posters here and there's no need for any pointing of fingers especially when there is a business involved.

Getting pretty damn petty from both of them, to be honest. No way for a customer or a business head to behave. 

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@mimo, I can't justify buying navy trousers just for that. It may work, but so does the dark grey and I am already not wild about trousers that only get worn with one sport coat. Plus I am trying to consolidate and make things more versatile on average.
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

@mimo, I can't justify buying navy trousers just for that. It may work, but so does the dark grey and I am already not wild about trousers that only get worn with one sport coat. Plus I am trying to consolidate and make things more versatile on average.

 

Gray houndstooth with navy, classic combo.

You can use the navy pants for pairing with sweaters. Good to have on hand.

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http://www.styleforum.net/t/503686/group-mto-for-insignificant-but-hard-to-find-items/0_100#post_8011415

 

I want more of you to vote on this so we can assemble subscriptions.

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Getting pretty damn petty from both of them, to be honest. No way for a customer or a business head to behave. 

I thought this was the intent of styleforum.
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

@mimo, I can't justify buying navy trousers just for that. It may work, but so does the dark grey and I am already not wild about trousers that only get worn with one sport coat. Plus I am trying to consolidate and make things more versatile on average.

Navy trousers (whip cord) would work well with the moonbeam jacket you are interested in with the blue over check.

It would also work well with this configuration:

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I'd probably do RAF blue flannel before I do navy.
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Pic?

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Guys,

Who makes the best bespoke underwear? Price is no object.
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Originally Posted by semperexcelsius View Post

Guys,

Who makes the best bespoke underwear? Price is no object.
Hanes
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Originally Posted by semperexcelsius View Post

Guys,

Who makes the best bespoke underwear? Price is no object.

 

The problem is that unless you want boxers, you are out of luck with bespoke underwear.

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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

I'd probably do RAF blue flannel before I do navy.

The whipcord/calvary twill will have some whitish streaks in it so it wont necessarily be navy. You will have to play around with samples. I usually sit on a jacket fabric and find pant and tie samples before making the purchase just to make sure its a versatile coat. Some colors are easier to figure out because they are tried and true.
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On another note can anyone give me some information about the Milwaukee area? How is the night life for someone in their early 30's? I currently live in the Washington, DC area and I'm considering a move to the mid west.
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post

On another note can anyone give me some information about the Milwaukee area? How is the night life for someone in their early 30's? I currently live in the Washington, DC area and I'm considering a move to the mid west.

 

don't do it, man

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