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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post


OOOOO Dangerously Delicious Pies!!!


Pricier then suit supply that's for sure. WM Fox does mostly mtm but they carry some basic rtw models that you can buy or try on to see how certain models fit your body. I know I said I would lay off the you know what, but that truly is your best option for RTW suits and Sport Coats. If I were you I'd make like Justin Beiber!!!
 

I do not get nor do I want to understand the Justin Beater reference.

 

I just emailed them to ask if I can drop by. I will see what their price range looks like.

Too bad I am not wearing my 1 of 3 Formosa suits today. 

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

I do not get nor do I want to understand the Justin Beater reference.

I just emailed them to ask if I can drop by. I will see what their price range looks like.
Too bad I am not wearing my 1 of 3 Formosa suits today. 

You don't need an appointment. Ask for Ryan when you go in.
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

I do not get nor do I want to understand the Justin Beater reference.


Tell Mr. Fresh you're sorry and maybe he'll ship another Formosa your way.
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Originally Posted by lordsuperb View Post


You don't need an appointment. Ask for Ryan when you go in.

Are you Ryan? Who should I sent me?

 

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Tell Mr. Fresh you're sorry and maybe he'll ship another Formosa your way.

I have no idea what you're talking about. Mr Fresh?

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I don't understand that music video

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I am sure I am late to this VINE thing but I have been hooked on this Watermelon dude. Funny...very funny.

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=vine+watermelon&oq=vine+watermelon&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60j69i61l2j69i64.3934j0j1&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8

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Originally Posted by Slh View Post

yes the hopsack is very light and quarter lined.
I would like something that can be worn casually and in a office setting, often without tie but I might wear one every once in a while. I like tweed but I don't know how appropriate it is for a office, I believe nobody would notice tho. I like flannel but I will often wear flannel trousers, maybe too matchy?

What kind of dress code do you have in the office? If you're not wearing suits regularly to the office and only occasionally need a tie, I don't think a tweed jacket, especially in a blue color is going to be that problematic. Re: the navy flannel, I've never had an issue with flannel on flannel, but then my jacket is a worsted flannel (so a bit less obviously flannel).
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Thuts? Samuelson


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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Thuts? Samuelson



Uhuuu, you made it in!!!
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Yes! Thanks @lordsuperb
The Samuelson jackets are good.
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

That jacket goes quite easily with jeans I think. Probably not very hard if you don't wear a tie.

No, jeans would have the same challenges as any northern lights look. And light colored jeans would look terrible with it. Many people on the CM side of the house get lazy with jeans and just assume they can wear it with anything.
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No Formosa I know but I wanted to try some of Spier & Mackays offerings. Other than the really high buttoning point, any other glaring issues? It's definitely on the short side. Too much so? 

 

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Does it cover your seat? It looks short.

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Does it cover your seat? It looks short.
I'll have to take better pictures when I get home. It's close to covering my seat. Maybe 1/4 - 1/2" off.
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post


No, jeans would have the same challenges as any northern lights look. And light colored jeans would look terrible with it. Many people on the CM side of the house get lazy with jeans and just assume they can wear it with anything.

 

What's wrong with northern lights in this case? I just think jeans have enough textural interest (and while it's dark it's not consistently, and sucking-in all color kind of dark, so I think it matches alright with that jacket. I guess I feel that way because I have a jacket of similar lightness that I think pairs well with jeans but perhaps it's debatable whether that works.

 

pics (Click to show)

 

Hm doesn't show that, can't even see the jeans very well. Still I think it works alright.

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